To begin, let's talk about this Morbier cheese. This cheese smells totally awful but tastes totally delicious. It has a really creamy texture when it melts and sort of tastes like a blue brie (almost). I also liked the name because I think Morbier kind of sounded like morbid which fits in perfectly with the "scared" theme that I'm going with today.
crumbled Asher Blue Cheese (Sweetgrass Dairy, GET SOME! )
pats of salted butter
slice of Morbier Cheese (Sweetgrass Dairy, I love my cheese subscription)
2 or 3 slices of pear
To begin cut your English Muffin in half and flip it over so the bottom is the side with all the delicious nooks and crannies.
Now simply pile on a few pieces of pear. The semi-grainy texture of the pear is really great when it's held up against the melted cheese and crunchtastic texture of the grilled English Muffin.
After that, gently sprinkle on some of the Blue Cheese. If it falls off the sandwich, don't worry - the next step will help keep the blue cheese on.
At this point, drizzle on some Tupelo Honey. Also, this would be a good time to try and stick some of the blue cheese back on if you were having trouble in the previous step.
Now you're almost done! Just put on the top piece of English Muffin (remember inside on the outside!) and smear a pat of butter all up in those delicious little nooks and crannies. Then once your sammie is built, go ahead and melt the other pat of butter in your skillet by turning the heat to medium. Then when it's melted, gently place sammie in and try to sop up all the butter.
Depending on how hot your range gets, it should take about 3-4 minutes to develop a nice crispy crust on the english muffin. Once it's ready on one side, gently flip the grilled cheese and brown the other side as well.
Then when evenly golden and crispy on each side, take it out of the skillet and serve while it's all hot and gooey!