Someone told me that grilled cheese would be the next craze (after everyone gets over gourmet burgers and hot dogs). I didn’t believe them until just now. It’s like grilled cheese gourmet dessert with that honey. And the Jeep-wielding hunny.
Laura- Thank you bunches for stopping by.. I’ve always loved a grilled cheese sammy. The gourmet ones are soo much fun, but I’ll never turn my nose up to Velveeta on Wonder bread.
CHEEEEEEEEEEEEEESE! Sorry, but warm cheese between toasty bread is one of the easiest, simplest, most perfect meals. You just can’t top it.
Duo Dishes- You two are the cutest cooking couples out there. Thank you sooo much for stopping by!
That’s proper boy food!
Grilled cheese month -who would ever believe? Like your hotties month so much better and less calories to gaze and drool.
Susan- April is also “National Hotties Month”. Thank you bunches for stopping by.
Fabulous photos and scrumptious looking sammies! Honey and cheese? Yes, please!!
Love the B & W photos with a splash of color! The recipe looks delish; great sweet and savory combo!
Thanks Jackie. That was something I always wanted to try out! Thanks for stopping by and noticing the little things.
Yummy recipe. On rainy days when I have the blues, I think I’ll toss some bleu cheese on my sandwich too. Maybe some sliced figs when then come in season in a few months. Your recipes inspire me, Jenny.
Grilled cheese dessert? You are a bonafided genius!!! I cannot wait to taste this clever creation! I am already drooling…..
Gary- Thank so much for stopping by. I can’t wait for you to see what I have in store for fig season!! It’s gonna get hot up in the land of VintageSugarcube.
Kika- Thanks doll. You always brighten my day!!
That sounds SO good right now. Any chance you can go over to the Grille and teach those boys how to make them for us……….yuuuuummmmmmmm
Keeps getting better and better!!! Grilled cheese for desert sounds delicious!
This sounds deeeelish!!!! I’m embarrassed to admit….. I’ve always bought the crumbled crap Gonna go get me a block of Feta!
Bulgarian Feta is the key, huh? That’s a new one on this cheese head. I’ll have to look for it. Thanks.
Try the bulk Bulgarian feta folks. You’ll NEVER ever go back to the crumbled crap!
Devine! Now this is a recipe I can execute right now! Yummmmeeee. Love the photos too, who did them?
Mitzi/Mitzi/Mitzi- Ahhh… Thank you a million. My friend Ingrid took the pics of me and her honey and I worked some magic back at the Photoshop lab to do the black and white and some strategically placed color. It was a challenge, but a thrill that I taught myself some new tricks this weekend. I shot the sammie shots. Whew!! Photographing food is harder than I imagined, but I’m excited to learn and improve… XOXO
I always buy my feta by the block, it was the French boyfriend (ex) who taught me that. Those honey and feta pitas look slatheringly vavoom… and forget about Foxy Dude there, that jeep is HOT! Lol, that’s my inner man talking. Btw, I can do these cool B&W images with a color accent straight from my cheapish camera and I’ll teach you how someday!
Miss Maya- ALWAYS great to hear from you. Isn’t it fab-u-lous when we can learn food tricks from an ex? Though I want a hubby who doesn’t cook at all. My kitchen only allows for one diva. Looking forward to learning some photo tricks from you! Your pics are always fantasticooooo…
Cheese cheese cheese! And now honey? My kids love you!
Oh my goodness, you did it again! You are a mind reader! Grilled cheese is one of my all-time faves! Thank you!
Love the grown-up version of a childhood fave. And that truck is awesome. Cheers.
Anna and Shelly- I’m feeling you on the grilled cheese love! Thank you both for stopping by!!
Nicole- Thank you sooo much for stopping by.. I sooo want that Jeep!
Thanks Deirdre- We need to have a theme of ‘everything cheese’ at one of our next monthly boxing dinners.
Okay, so I’ll bite… Where does one FIND block Feta? Please tell me it’s somewhere swanky like Albertsons or Piggly Wiggly.
Trista- Thanks for stopping by! This is a true story.. So when the ex-boyfriend was educating me on Bulgarian block Feta one day, he took me with him to Whole Foods to get it. I couldn’t believe it, but it was and still is much cheaper to buy it at Whole Foods than to buy the crumbled version at the local grocery (Albertsons/Piggly Wiggly). I was beyond shocked, because it does taste a zillion times better.
yum!!! and you are so right! block imported feta is sooo freaking much better than that crap in grocery stores! love the feta and honey combo. (and love that foxy beau you borrowed from your friend. what a good friend.)
Amanda- Thanks sooo much for stopping by! She is a good friend. I’ve been blessed to borrow the cuties this month. Hope to see you SOOOON!!
What a unique dessert!!!! I love it!
Salty and sweet – what could be better! By the way we had in USSR only feta from Bulgaria and it was very good!
Bridget- Thanks honey!! It’s easy enough for you to make for the kiddos in a snap!
Oleg- Ginormous thanks for stopping by. That makes me very happy to hear! I’m thrilled I’m not the only one who appreciates Bulgarian Feta.
Mmmmmmm feta. What a unique idea with the honey.. Sounds scrumpdillyicious!
Thanks Linda. I think you would LOVE it!! I still will rock the Velveeta, but had some fun mix’n things up a bit.
LOVE the colors in these pics! One of my favorites of all the posts. And the food sounds delish!
Amy- Thank you sooo much for noticing. You made my day!! XOXO
Oh my goodness! “Cheese and Hotties”!?!?! So hysterical! Tell me where I sign up, and my guy and I will be there.
Thanks sooo much for stopping by! I’d LOVE to get you and your guy in a post. You two are fabulous!!!
Yum! What a great recipe! Great pics, as always.
You always make me smile – thank you, thank you, thank you.
And I am soooo trying out that lucious recipe…*kitchen brain gears spinning all the different variations* perhaps an adaptation with brie, basil & membrillo? (Those are just things I happen to have in the house right now… would have to make a nice homemade bread to go with it.)
OMG – And darling, hottie 4 SURE! I love the rustic ones… and the buff ones… and the metro ones…. and the dirty ones… LOL.
Miranda- You are a HOOT! Thanks for your comment. Soooo made my day and cracked ME up. I agree with you on the MENZZZZ! I definitely don’t have a type either.
Ah, delicious food and foxy hotties! What more could a girl want! xoxoxoo
Shin- Thanks for stopping by gorgeous girl. It’s always great to see you!!!
Love this post – and love the pics!!! Saw your comment on my beets recipe – they’re really not hard! I’ve had non-beet eaters try and like them. You have to be open to different tastes Happy Wednesday!
ALeks- Sooo sweet of you to stop by. Yes, I need to try making beets. I’m even intrigued with chocolate, beet cake recipes. It is on my foodie goal list for 2012.
How funny I had a grilled cheese, with scrambled egg & tomato for lunch today, I did not know it was National Grilled Cheese Month!!
I love these photos, the pops of colour are stunning & I won’t start on the smabo’s, getting hungry looking at them & I just ate!! ahhh
Love the retro rustic-chic photos! So, you can tell a lot by how a man sits in a chair, huh? Gosh, I better pay more attention to what my husband does then. Or is it too late at this point? LOL
Emma- Your lunch sounds deeelish! And thank you for noticing the pop of color. That was something new for me to learn and it took me a while, so thrilled when someone notices. Your blog is most awesome girlie!!
Carolyn- Thank you for stopping by and your super-sweetness. I sure was trying for the retro-rustic look, I soo appreciate you noticing. And you are toooo funny! The way a man sits in a chair, has always been something I find quite sexy.
This set is amazeballs! Outdone yourself once again lovely!
Liska Four Twenty- I heart you to the moon and back!! XOXO
If a girl didn’t have a boy friend, this should certainly get her one. My goodness, that is one delicious sounding grilled cheese. That picture is beautiful, magazine worthy. Love it that you stole a boy to use as a prop. Good thinking girl.
I have no idea why I never thought to use a pita for grilled cheese before. *smacks forehead* Genius!!!
Heavenly Housewife- ALWAYS great to hear from you. Your comments make me smile and laugh!
Rachel, you always crack me up girl. Thanks for stopping by!
love these pics and everything in them! Cheese and honey in a pita, i will have that for b/l/d/, and d!
Yve- Thanks sooo much for stopping by and your sweet compliments. You will LOVE the sammies.
Love the pink on the block of cheese….it matches your dress. And I love colour accent photos!
Kitchen Butterfly- It’s always fantasticooo when a celebrity like yourself stops by. Thank you for noticing the details I try so hard to coordinate. XOXO
Brilliant — that is the perfect thing to do with extra pita when you get tired of the tzatziki! And I hope you picked up some kefalotiri while you were there, too.
Hey Miss Trish! Thanks for stopping by. It was a fun twist. I will promise to check out the kefalotiri next time.
Jenny, you ROCK! Another fabulous post, that is a grilled cheese sandwich that I want NOW!
Thanks Taaduh! I appreciate you stopping by and all and your sweet, sweet words! I hope you have yourself at least 1 grilled cheese this month. XOXO
Grilled cheese sandwiches are awesome! I didnt know this month is dedicated to that….so coool!
Btw, i really like your pictures where bits and pieces are black and white while the rest is colorful….very artsy!
Never had Bulgarian feta so I’ll have t take your word . Nice! An up-scale grilled cheese sandwich.
Cakewhiz- Thank you soo much for noticing my artsy touches. You’re making me smile big!!
Wizzy- Thanks so much for stopping by! Please Please, try out the Bulgarian feta…
I’m so glad you did this feta honey treat. Our night at “The Rose” wine bar was perfect, I’m so glad your my awesome friend! ROCK ON VINTAGE SUGARCUBE!
Summer Summer – I had an absooolute blast as well. To many more happy hrs in our future, exploring delectable treats and drinks. XOXO
I did know that it is grilled cheese month. Love it. So far I’ve had the ordinary grilled cheese alongside tomato soup and a not-so-ordinary grilled cheese and mango chutney, which I highly recommend. So good.
Sara- Thanks for stopping by! I have an idea for you since you do soo many fabulous dips. What about a deconstructed grilled cheese dip? Toasty bread and an American Cheese dip?
Wow I’ve never seen whole wheat pita here. Looks super delicious – I’d love to try it! I love grilled cheese too. I think I’ve eaten it three times this month!
Hi Jenny! Thanks so much for stopping by my blog and leaving that sweet comment. I’m glad you did because it led me to your gorgeous blog…and I’m in love! Your pictures are stunning and that grilled cheese stole my heart!
Alina, Thank you sooo much for stopping by! I bet the different fetas you get in Latvia BLOW away the fetas here. XOXO
Ahh Faith! Thank you for making my day. This keeps me motivated to keep plugging away!
Hello Jenny! These look wonderful. I never knew grilled cheese could be a dessert either! And you used feta, one of my favorite cheeses! My friend from college was from Bulgaria, and he introduced me to feta
Franklin- Thank you sooo much for stopping by! I LOVE your website!! Soooo many fantastic reviews you’ve done.
Wow, can you believe I’ve never thought to melt feta??! I always eat it as is crumbled on salad or something. That sandwich looks SOOO good. I’ll have to try it next time. Great combo — love salty and sweet together!!
Melissa- Thank you sooo much! That’s a triple big compliment coming from the artist diva that you are!!
YES! Bulgarian feta IS the best! I think I even said so in a post way back… It has a special twang that makes previously-dormant taste buds wake up and go ‘Whoah there sailor!” Love it with honey – right up my alley, as are the ‘b/w in colour’ photos. LOVE this.
PS: Whatever happened to that old boyfriend? He sounded like a keeper!
Ruby Ruby!! You made my Friday! It’s always a joy to hear from you. I’m glad I’m not the only one that can appreciate Bulgarian Feta. And regarding the old beau, well, all I can say is that I gave up, “kissing and telling” for lent. XOXO
Love the pictures! And feta in a block rules! It’s salty and briny and sooooo good. Making a grilled cheese out of it is genius.
i love the photos! how did u make it colored and black&white all at the same time? (:
and I love cheese. all kinds! well, almost! but i’d eat those in less than a heartbeat!
Reeni- Thanks sooo much for stopping by and your sweetness! I’m glad I met another foodie that appreciates feta by the block!!
Hey Hannah- Thanks sooo much for stopping by! Well, I’m still learning so much and did the bl/white/color in photoshop. It took me a while, but I finally figured it out. It was fun to pick the colors in each pic that I wanted to SNAP, CRACKLE, POP!!
you are too sweet! thanks for your comment- those photos look yummy!
Miss Polly- Thanks for stopping by!! I love keeping up with all your fabulousness!!
How did I miss national grilled cheese sandwich month? Love your contribution to this very special recipe genre — wow on that feta and honey combo!
Barbara- Thanks sooo much for stopping by and your sweet compliment. My day is now off to a great start!
great photos! beautiful dress! thanks for educating us about nat’l grilled cheese sami month. who knew! i love the combo of honey with cheese. i bet your sami was delish!
Judy- Thanks a million for stopping by and your sweetness. Love your avatar!! Soooo cute!!
OK, this just sounds too good; will be making these with my ‘honey’ tonight!
Antony- That’s awesome!!!
Yum! That grilled cheese sounds killer and I love those shoes! The pictures look great. You are so talented!
Ryan! Bless you for brightening my day! Much, much and much appreciated. And I LOVE that coconut cake you whipped up.
Those look amazing- both the photos and the grilled cheese. So glad I found this site!
Jordan- Thank you sooo much for stopping by! So glad we connected. Sooo looking forward to your book tour. XOXO
Love it! You are just too much fun, well if that is possible. Feta makes everything better
Magic of Spice – Biggest thanks for stopping by!!!!
Lovely! And your photos are absolutely priceless!
Thank you sooo much Sommer!!
This absolutely blew my mind. So simple and soooooooo good, a new favorite! The block feta is key, and the honey is a perfect balance. mmmm
Art- I am soooo happy to hear you enjoyed the sammy! Now the million dollar question is did you make it or did the wifey? Thanks a million for stopping by!
Miss Vintage, these photos are gorgeous. I didn’t know about block feta, I will be on the lookout now for sure. I need to work with my camera more for some fun snaps.
Thank you Miss CookieQueen. Please try the block feta sometime. You’re gonna LOVE it something fierce dahhhling. XO
Great job as always!
Ed – Thanks a million!! Muuuuah
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