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Free Grilled Cheese Cooking Class With Allen Susser Tonight at Whole Foods Coral Gables

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National grilled cheese month continues along its cheesy path tonight with a free cooking class tonight at Whole Foods Market in Coral Gables.

Oh, and the class is taught by a James Beard winner. So, who's this top chef and what's he doing making a humble grilled cheese sandwich, anyway?

See also:
- Five Best Grilled Cheese Sandwiches for National You-Know-What Month

Chef Allen Susser, who just opened the Daily Melt in Midtown, is hosting the event tonight at 7 p.m. The personable chef believes that anything worth eating should be made well -- including a melted cheese sandwich.

At

the class, you'll learn how to take a classic grilled cheese and

elevate it into a meal. After all, did you think Susser would take a

fistful of processed American and shove it between two slices of

packaged white and call it a day?

Nope! Instead, Chef Allen will

take the classic melty sammie uptown, demonstrating his prowess by

preparing white truffle butter grilled cheese sandwiches and Maine

lobster mac 'n' cheese. To fulfill your daily nutritional requirements,

Chef Allen will also make a salad of watermelon radish, arugula,

heirloom tomatoes, and goat cheese; and a rustic-style apple, honey, and

brie salad.

Best of all? You get to sample the goods after the demo. Not a bad way to continue the cheesy month of April.

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