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snailhair_j t1_j0w4ljy wrote

Why waste the space listing ingredients which aren't on any sandwiches?


ChangsWife t1_j0vvhxx wrote

I've never seen a chart l like this! What do the bar lengths and color intensities/opacities(?) indicate?


ns0 OP t1_j0vvl8t wrote

The amount the ingredient deviates from above or below the average.


ChangsWife t1_j0vvsta wrote

The average of that recipe across sources?


ns0 OP t1_j0vw67e wrote

The columns are the recipes and the rows are all of the ingredients across every recipe; then the dots represent whether the recipe contains the ingredient and the intensity and direction indicates if it uses more or less than the average amount of that ingredient.


ChangsWife t1_j0vwebr wrote

Got it! What is the name of this tool/table?


ns0 OP t1_j0vwx9j wrote

Uhm, good question, I just coded it up for my website with html, css and javascript; i'm not sure what the name of it might be.


ChangsWife t1_j0vw0xp wrote

As in Food Network uses ingredient X in their version of grilled cheese Y but [Other recipe source] doesnt use it all


khotekki t1_j0w4opl wrote

Most of these made me angry.


Krogsly t1_j0w7cjs wrote

Interesting, are you a grilled cheese purist? I've had a few of these and would definitely recommend them.


chasing-_-sunsets t1_j0xratf wrote

so a regular five star grilled cheese is butter bread bacon and mustard.. with no cheese.. this chart makes my head hurt a lot


DK_Art t1_j0xtnkt wrote

This list is clearly incomplete.... no mention of bacon or tomato on any of these


kjpmi t1_j0wa66l wrote

Why does the 5 star Grilled Cheese (3rd from last) not even have any cheese in it!? That’s not a grilled cheese at that point.


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kjpmi t1_j0w9z1n wrote

The 5 star rated Grilled Cheese (third from last) doesn’t even have any damn cheese in it!


Training-Purpose802 t1_j0w32y4 wrote

This seems to be approaching just grilled sandwiches or paninis rather than just grilled cheese. Bread. cheese, maybe aromatics and/or spices. More than that I wouldn't call it a "grilled cheese".


ns0 OP t1_j0w3p2d wrote

There's a whole breakdown on what should and shouldn't be a grilled cheese. It came down to this;

  1. The main item in the sandwich isn't the cheese, then it's no longer a grilled cheese.
  2. The sandwich is just an excuse for too much cheese, then it's a grilled cheese.
  3. The grilled cheese has enough ingredients to warrant a lengthy recipe, then it's not a grilled cheese.

Training-Purpose802 t1_j0ztdem wrote

If you are putting apples, dates, mushrooms, etc. In my book not a grilled cheese.