National Grilled Cheese Month: An Homage to Grilled Cheese

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RUTHIE’S ROLLING CAFE PIONEERED THE FOOD TRUCK AND GRILLED CHEESE CRAZE IN DFW


April is National Grilled Cheese Month, and that’s reason to celebrate. 

Dallas has its own food truck that is dedicated to creating the most delicious grilled cheese in Texas, every single day. Ruthie’s Rolling Cafe not only pioneered the food truck craze in DFW, but also the grilled cheese craze.

The grilled cheese sandwich is a timeless, endeared American classic. It’s a popular childhood fixture, but adults have an affinity for them too.

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It wasn’t until the 1960s that the second slice of bread became a standard part of the sandwich. Here, a Ruthie’s signature sandwich, The Turkey Trot.

So, since grilled cheese sandwiches have been satisfying hunger for years, when did the cuisine first make its way on the food scene?

However, it wasn’t until the 1960s that the second slice of bread became a standard part of the sandwich; transforming it into the comfort food Americans know and love today. During the Great Depression, the sandwich grew in popularity due to the affordability of pre-sliced bread.

The standard grilled cheese has transcended into a grand culinary concoction now, thanks to the chefs at Ruthie’s Rolling Cafe.

Ruthie’s team is perpetually exploring ways to transform a grilled cheese, resulting in mouth-watering offerings. The latest and most popular, just in time for National Grilled Cheese Month is the S.A.S.S. (Spinach Artichoke Spectacular Sandwich).

THE S.A.S.S IS AVAILABLE DURING GRILLED CHEESE MONTH

Along with Ruthie’s signature sourdough bread, the S.A.S.S. unites spinach artichoke dip, two slices of Havarti cheese, bacon and tomato. Folks can get their hands on this sandwich all month long to celebrate National Grilled Cheese Month this April.

Other popular Ruthie’s renditions include a BBQ brisket sandwich called The Boss and a twist on turkey called The Turkey Trot.

Happy National Grilled Cheese Month!


READ MORE ABOUT RUTHIE’S ENTREPRENEURIAL BEGINNINGS IN D CEO:
Ruthie’s Rolling Cafe’s Entrepreneurial Appetite
Ashlee Hunt Kleinert’s ‘best before bigger’ approach has helped her food-truck business thrive.


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