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8 slices Brioche (or your favorite bread)
Butter (room temperature)
3 slices thicker cut cheese (Gouda, Cheddar, American, be inventive!)
Potato Chips (I like Kettle Chips)
2 slices thick cut Bacon
Red pepper flakes (optional)
Salt and Pepper
Preheat oven to 425 degrees.
Bake bacon until crisp in oven and lower oven temperature to 350 degrees.
Let your butter come up to room temperature.
Butter one side of each slice of bread. Place one slice of cheese on the buttered bread (butter side up). Add some potato chips, covering the space from edge to edge. Add another slice of cheese. Break two slices of bacon up and cover the
space. Add another slice of cheese. Sprinkle some salt and pepper on the buttered top slice of bread and set it on top. You want the butter on the inside again.
Gently butter the bread on the top slice of bread.
Get a large nonstick skillet or griddle onto your stove and set it for medium to medium low heat. You want to brown your bread, but not burn it.
Place your sandwich with the buttered side down first (if you move fast, you can get two or three going at once). Quickly butter the top slice of bread.
You want to keep your bread moving in the skillet. Shift and turn the sandwiches a bit at a time to insure the butter melts evenly and the bread browns evenly.
Now, once your bread reaches the color you prefer, you want to yank them out of the pan and put them on the heated tray in the oven. Work your way through the rest of the sandwiches you are preparing in the same fashion. The oven will insure your cheese is melted while retaining the crispy bread you have created in the skillet.
Enjoy your sandwich!
*Sandwiches cut into triangles taste better. Its science. Or something.