This was great! Years ago we had a friend who introduced up to fried cheese. It turns out so good.I made it Friolani cheese.Thanks for posting this recipe from our past. Sage/Rita
I grew up in Manchester and Shady Glen has always been the best!!! A visit to Shady Glen in mandatory on each trip back from MI!!!
Shady Glen! A hangout of my past. We all remember the Bernice Special. The cheese was the best part. Don't forget their fantastic ice cream either. I haven't been home in 10 years but will be there this summer. I will have to make certain to hit Shady Glen again!
This was so easy to make. This recipe has so much possibilities, you can add some herb and spices, with the grated cheese. I used grated Australian Tasty Cheese (Cheddar) and moulded it into a small bowl. While it was hot I carefully placed cheese in a small bowl and then put another small bowl on top of it making a little bowl shape. It held the olives perfectly thank you for the suggested. Thank you for your post Dorie's Lori
I make this all the time, without the ketchup. I'm on a low-carb diet, and this is a wonderful way to make you think you are eating crackers. I also do this in the microwave, just let it bubble away on a parchment paper covered plate until it browns.
OMG! I've eaten at Shady Glen for years and ALWAYS order the Bernice special (These really are the best cheeseburgers in the world). My kids have grown up on them. There's just something about that almost burned cheese sticking out on all side of the bun...makes me want to run into Manchester and order one tonight! Thanks Lori for sharing how to make this yummy cheese at home.