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National Grilled Cheese Day

Sorry for late entry. Today, the 12th, is the day. But you can use all of tomorrow to make your delicious grilled cheese. With a cup of Campbell tomato soup to dip'

Enjoie!

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Ooooh! I *love* me a good grilled cheese sammich! But I **HATE** Campbell's Tomato Soup (did that revulsion come through enough with my all caps and extra asterisks? lol).

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Now I like Campbell's soup. They're headquartered in Camden NJ, which I think is our State's most troubled city (even surpassing Newark).

So I support anything Campbell's because I think that by supporting Campbell's, I'm contributing to the betterment & well-being of Camden, NJ. And hopefully, they will stay in Camden. That city needs all the help it can get.

And I love those little Campbell Kids on my soup mugs.

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I've liked every other Campbell's soup I've tried and have been a fan for years (well, decades, lol), but, the tomato soup...(((shudder))). Can we still be friends? :)

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Wish I could eat grilled cheese.

But, alas ...

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I love me a good grilled cheese. Sadly, I am off dairy and carbs for now. Have a big, gooey one for me!

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I'm just a little late but today will be my National Grilled Cheese Day!!! :yes:

At least it's still April. :wavey:

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Now it is May 5th, so hereforto ANY day can be Grilled Cheese Day! I have so thusly declared it to be so!

The only way I find Campbell's Tomato soup acceptable is if it is made with MILK instead of water, and then when it's hot, toss a pat of butter into it.

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