Can we talk about something real quick? Even though I’m not this person’s #1 fan, I figured it would be best to not reveal their identity or instagram name, but let’s take a quick lookie here.
Instagram.. let me show you what I see on mine daily. Now, I do realize you can control who you “follow” and what not, but technically challenged people like me do not know how to do these special, magical things like “unfollow” someone on instagram. So until then I look at this ridiculousness.
Someone please call the hashtag police!!! I mean… he really captures everything in there from global warming to whatever a “donner pass” is. Maybe I’m just an 18 year old girl who doesn’t belong in this weird social media controlled generation. Then again, I’m a blogger, so this generation fits me like a glove at the same time.
I can not exactly say that I truly understand the whole hashtag phenomenon. Those of you who are not familiar on what a “hashtag” is, it is when someone says things like #chocolate #cake and a popular one that I absolutely despise is #FatGirlProblems. People add these “hashtags” when they [usually] have something to do with their picture or comment they posted. #FatGirlProblems makes me really want to hit people.
The skinniest high school girls will like post a picture of their “Skinny Pop” popcorn and be like, “Wow, ate a whole handful…20 calories #FatGirlProblems”. And then I’m just sitting here, licking my spoon, halfway through eating a jar of Trader Joe’s cookie butter. We need to end this madness now.
All that is left, is that we need to hatch a great scheme to end the hashtag dilemma of 2013. Who’s in?
Anyways, I whipped myself up a nice little grilled cheese the other day. I realize mine looks like it is on crackers. I assure you, it is on real bread. It’s on one of those bread thin things. I actually really like the taste of them, but for this sandwich, I would probably recommend that you use normal, thicker sandwich bread because that usually makes a better and studier grilled cheese. I loved this, it was gone in approximately .8 seconds!!
Spinach and Parmesan Grilled Cheese
about 3-4 Tablespoons oil/butter, for spreading on bread and oiling pan
2 slices sandwich bread
about 1/3 cup grated parmesan cheese
medium handful of spinach leaves
1/2 slice of american cheese (Optional, but I thought it added a nice touch, giving more flavors than the rich white cheese)
- Heat a small pan on the stove over medium heat with a little bit of oil or butter, about 1 Tablespoon. Spread about 1/2 Tablespoon of butter or oil on one side of the two pieces of bread.
- Place one piece of bread on heated pan, greased side down, and turn the heat down to medium-low. Sprinkle most of the parmesan cheese on top of the bread that is facing up (un-greased side), and then place spinach leaves on top of parmesan cheese, on top of spinach leaves, place the remaining parmesan cheese and pieces of american cheese (if using). Finally, place the second piece of bread on top of fillings, with the greased side facing up and the ungreased side touching the sandwich fillings.
- Once cheese has started to melt after about 2 minutes, Flip the sandwich, careful to keep all the fillings in place and cook for an additional 1-2 minutes or until cheese is melted and both sides are browned to desired level. Remove from pan, place on plate, and enjoy!
Random Fact of the Day: Smokers eat more sugar than non-smokers do.