Article featured image
In honor of the perfect food for this miserable weather, we bring you 10 prime examples of toasty, melty, oozy, crisp and warm...as opposed to soggy, limp, cold, totally devoid of cheese and other adjectives that describe today's outdoor fare. 

On the days you can’t actually grill because it’s rainy and lame, there is grilled cheese. Don’t be the jerk who brings up that this sandwich is not actually grilled, okay? We’ve come this far, it’s Monday and nobody cares about your attention to semantics.

In honor of the perfect food for this miserable NYC weather (plus it’s Monday!), we bring you 10 prime examples of toasty, melty, oozy, crisp and warm…as opposed to soggy, limp, cold, totally devoid of gooey cheese and other adjectives that describe today’s outdoor fare.    

Slicing up sandwiches for the Grilled Cheese Invitational

Grilled cheese with sun-dried tomatoes

Eric Greenspan’s Buffalo Blue at the Grilled Cheese Invitational

The famous In-N-Out Burger’s grilled cheese

Grilled cheese pretzels

How’d they get those grill marks? Hook a sister up?

Perfectly gooey inside. And look! Ham!

Sources say this sandwich is packing Comte and Camembert

Finally, a tomato.

I personally love the congealed stuff stuck to the wrapper. Haters, hold your tongues.

More grilled cheese sandwiches on Food Republic: