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Thats right, a rainbow grilled cheese. I honestly don't know how I feel about this, and I'm not sure how much I trust the Chinese, but let's take a look at this cheesy goodness. Click read more to see pictures of this rainbow madness.
Cosmopolitan - Somebody help: A rainbow grilled cheese exists and it's happening far, far away from me.
This melty, gooey pile of Lisa Frank-dyed cheese is happening only at Kala Toast in Hong Kong, from what I can tell, so I'm going to have to live with enjoying the Instagrams for now.
According to @hkfoodiexblogger, the rainbow grilled cheese toast costs 42 HKD, or a little over $5. The different colors have different flavors: "lavender (blue), basil (green), tomato (red) and the yellow one is actually the combination of 4 kinds of cheese (mozzarella, cheddar, emmental and gruyere)."
I don't know what to say to this. I guess its an interesting idea. I will attach a bunch of photos of these grilled cheeses at the end of the blog, however I just don't know how I feel about a rainbow grilled cheese. The grilled cheese is already a classic. It's hard to mess up, even for a college kid with little kitchen experience. It's something so simple that I don't think it needs any changes.
However, the fact that the inside is rainbow totally throws me off. It reminds me of when Heinz decided to make green and purple ketchup. I literally could not go near that shit, and if you know me personally, I'm the biggest fan of ketchup around. I put ketchup on literally everything. You name it, eggs, potato chips, any type of meat you cook. The list goes on and on.
Theres just something about fucking with my ketchup that I don't like. The same thing goes with my grilled cheese. I want my cheese to look normal, not red blue green and fucking purple. Then throw in the fact that this grilled cheese is made in Hong Kong, and I'm out.
Here are some pictures of this nasty ass rainbow grilled cheese. Tweet us your thoughts about it @ForTheBoys_Blog
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