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There is no real recipe required for this guy. I used my super quick & easy Artisan bread and served myself a little sake cup up Roasted Heirloom Tomato Bisque alongside a grilled cheese comprised of:
Caramelized red onion
Caramelizing onions is time consuming but you can do it it larger batches & keep them in the fridge for use on pizzas or in soups or on sandwiches or with meat. They are a lovely addition to many things. HERE is a little tutorial on how to caramelize onions.
To assemble, I pre-heated my oven to 400. I slathered some butter on one side of each of the pieces of bread. Layer slices of cheese & pear & some onions on the bread top the sandwich & grill in a pan until each side is golden. I then put it in the oven for 5 minutes to completely melt the cheese.
This could be nice with brie & apples or brie & figs. Any salty cheese & sweet fruit. Maybe even honey! Get creative!