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A Sandwich a Day: Croque Monsieur at Heathman Restaurant in Portland

A Sandwich a Day Aaron Wakamatsu Post a comment

Heathman's chef Michael Stanton makes this open-faced creation, beginning with a lightly toasted hoagie roll layered with creamy Mornay sauce. Stanton then adds a generous portion of deli-style sliced ham and tops it off with a layer of Swiss cheese. The sandwich toasts under the broiler, allowing the cheese to melt into a caressing quilt. More

Gluten-Free Tuesday: Croque Monsieur

Elizabeth Barbone Post a comment

Come the cold nights of January? I'm ready for a dressed-up ham and cheese sandwich. The croque monsieur is a total comfort food sandwich. Warm cheese, salty ham, and tangy mustard. More

Gluten-Free Croque-Monsieur

Serious Eats Elizabeth Barbone 3 comments

This makes a classic white sauced-topped croque-monsieur. If using a storebought gluten-free bread that comes in small slices (like Udi's) consider making a few additional sandwiches. More

A Sandwich a Day: Croque Monsieur at Cannelle Patisserie

New York Carey Jones Post a comment

While I wouldn't've minded it heated a little more, and a little cheesier on top, for $3.50 I have no complaints. More

Sunday Brunch: Croque-Monsieur & Madame

Serious Eats Sydney Oland 3 comments

Croque-monsieur is, very simply, a grilled ham and cheese; the easy addition of a fried egg on top transforms it into a croque-madame. There are many different versions of this classic French fast food, including smothering the final product with cheesy mornay sauce. Here I've opted for the plain version, but as with any sandwich, you should feel free to explore all the different variations until you create your own perfect version. More

A Sandwich A Day: Croque Monsieur at Joyce Bakeshop

New York Carey Jones 4 comments

I'm a fan of the croque monsieur as a breakfast item—staring at you from the pastry case, waiting to be heated back into melty deliciousness. And lately, I've been loving the croque at Joyce Bakeshop ($4). More

Cakespy's 8 Favorite Savory Meals in Paris

cakespy 15 comments

What happens when Jessie Oleson, aka Cakespy, goes to Paris? She eats many butter-based pastries—in fact, she hit up at least one pâtisserie in each of the 20 arrondissements! But to prevent insanity, she had to squeeze in a few non-sweet bites too. Read about her savory escapades, from the best Croque Madame and Monsieurs to falafel on "Falafel Row" to burgers from a kosher deli, and great pizza from a cheap takewaway. More

Dinner Tonight: Croque Madame

Serious Eats Blake Royer 13 comments

[Photograph: Blake Royer] Sometimes I wonder if my fascination with putting fried eggs on everything will ever abate. Is it a childish notion, or lazy cooking habit? Whether it's my recent meal of lentils, greens, and eggs, or a black... More

Cook the Book: Vermont Croque Monsieur

Serious Eats Caroline Russock 5 comments

"Two cheeses, two types of meat, brown sugar and maple syrup?" As a great lover of sandwiches, I keep many near and dear to my heart. The turkey club with its three slices of toasted white bread topped with mayo,... More

Best Lunch in Paris?: Croque Monsieur aux Courgettes from Gérard Mulot

Sarah Wolf 4 comments

This classic French sandwich with a tiny, maybe-almost-healthy twist is another strong contender for the best lunch I ate last month in Paris. More

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