9 Reviews

Yum! I have been working my little fingers to the bone putting up cucumbers for the winter, and this sandwich was a great reminder for why it is worth the effort LOL. I have been putting pickles on my grilled cheese for years, but it never occurred to me to add mustard, which takes a heavenly sandwich one step further. Thanks so much for posting! Made for Veg Swap 36.

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smellyvegetarian July 31, 2011

Extraordinary! Used honey wheat bread and instead of Dijon, subbed Honey Cranberry Mustard. I love interchangeable ingredients. While we're at it, can we exchange body parts, too? I need a new back. Made for Everyday Is A Holiday.

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gailanng March 15, 2011

Why have I never put pickles in a grilled cheese?! It was the best ever! Love the pumpernickle bread and all the rest was exactly what I would have used if I had thought of this first! LOL Thanks for the keeper, Andi :) Made for PAC spring '11.

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Chef Jean March 02, 2011

Now this is what I've been talking about!!! This is my kind of sandwich!! Pumpernickel is my favorite bread!I only used half of the butter, but the rest I did as is.Fabulous sandwich, Andi! A real keeper! Thanks for posting! Made for Go For the Green event at KK's forum.

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FLUFFSTER March 11, 2010

So delicious! I love a great grilled cheese and this one certainly fits the bill! I will make again. Made for the Holiday Special - PRMR!

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Lainey6605 December 15, 2009

That's really good! Loved the Dijon mustard with the dill pickles! And the pumpernickle bread kicked it up a notch! Thanks Andi! Made for the Holiday Special-PRMR!

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Sharon123 November 16, 2009

Yum, Yum, Yum. This is my sort of a lunch, oozing cheese with yummy pickles and Dijon mustard flavours then toasted. I will be making it again soon. I had to substitute the bread, so I used multi-grain, US Style pumpernickel bread is not available in my region. Thanks Andi of Longmeadow Farm

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Chef floWer November 01, 2009

Since this was my first time trying pumpernickle bread I didn't know what to expect, and oh what I"ve been missing. The tartness of the pump mixed with the tartness of the swiss and dills and then the smoothness of the mustard was truly a taste sensation. What a find I've made:-)

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CoffeeB October 28, 2009

This was the first time I've made an all swiss grilled cheese and I loved it! I cut the recipe down to one serving and used Dave's Killer 21 Whole Grains bread, Tillamook swiss cheese and zesty dill pickle slices. I'm not a big fan of Dijon mustard but wanted to stay true to the recipe, so I mixed 1 tsp mustard with 1 tsp mayo. I might have also added a little more cheese. ;) True comfort food on a cold and very rainy Seattle night. Thanks for sharing, Andi! **Made for PRMR**

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rickoholic83 October 24, 2009
Glorious Grill Cheese and Pickles! How Good is That? Longmeadow