Semi-Warning: LOST spoiler sensitive. Except it’s the final season, I’ve been watching since the Season 1, and if you’re not up to date – DUDE! Come back in a couple days!
Grilled Cheese with (new!) Teese Mozzarella and Tomato
Some days you just want a damn grilled cheese sandwich.
Some days you don’t.
Being held captive in a cell on Hydra Island could have something to do with it. Wondering if your ex-wife was sleeping with your alcoholic, distant father prior to the divorce is another. Contemplating the fugitive you have feelings for caged alongside the sexy con man outside is yet another…
Time for a Screwdriver, right?
Well, Grilled Cheeses have had a special place in my heart and stomach this past week. Credit the Jackets and veganization. Of course, there’s a thread for these shippers entitled “Grilled Cheese: The Official Jack and Juliet Thread“. Very cute. I may be a Suliet shipper (and a former Shayid shipper), but I like it. I was going to dedicate this post to both Jack and Juliet, but I’m still screaming at Jack for you know what what what what, that could bring tears to my eyes right now. Entering Season 3, Juliet Burke was a character I disliked almost as much as Ana Lucia. That is, until Not in Portland.
Please accept your Grilled Cashew Cheese with Tomato and bonus Pineapple Orange Screwdriver. Please, Jack. Just take it.
Just let it go Jack. Take the Grilled Cheese.
This version has homemade cashew chickpea cheese inside, a variation of the Real Food Daily Cheddar recipe. By the way, if you’re a fan of Jack learning to live alone, however miserably he chooses (perhaps as Island protector?), are you a Screwdriver? Or are you Jacob?
LOST Images Credit ABC
Who knew they had rosemary on the island? I’m impressed.
The sight of these two is almost heart wrenching as watching Penny and Des. Almost. Maybe. A little tiny bit.
We have to go back! I think I have one more LOST meal up my sleeve this season. Think “Namaste“, because I sure am. Always.
I decided long ago not to throw a LOST series finale party this year. It was a difficult decision. One one hand, I really love themed parties and counting my rations, but on the other, I need to concentrate! During the show’s six year run, I’ve hosted weekly viewings and thrown both premiere and finale parties. This year, I’ve been watching it for free on big screen at the Bagdad Theater – just what this epic season deserves.
Plus, big screen = less distraction when your friends swoon and cry and speculate and “aw” over Hurley next to you.
If you’re throwing a party, head to Max Pictures right now and download your Dharma labels!
And might I suggest Kung Foodie’s spectacular Fish Biscuits?
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