We have been griddling cheese inside our hot dog buns for several years. The cheese cooks into the bread, caramelizes and produces a chewy cheesy crust. It took an excess of grated cheese on the cutting board for us to apply this idea to the outside of our grilled cheese sandwiches. Aki was going to sprinkle the bit of cheese onto the top side of the exterior of the sandwiches. When I saw what she was up to, I dove head first into the process. I added full slices of cheddar cheese to both slices of bread. Aki's thought was why use butter when you can use cheese? My thought was the more cheese, the merrier. Together our ideas produced an off the charts grilled cheese sandwich. It didn't hurt that she lined the bread with Sir Kensignton's Sriracha mayo and added thick slices of ripe tomato. The crispy cheddar cheese on the outside was salty and nutty. The soft melted cheddar on the inside was oozy and sweet. The tomatoes were meaty and juicy and the mayo added just the right touch of spice. Our grilled cheese sandwich game has now been vastly upgraded.