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Emma and Sasha try to compete with their arch-nemesis, Scuzzy Barry, by selling grilled sandwiches in the park. They discover the secret ingredient that makes Barry’s Kraft Singles such stiff competition to their artisanal masterpieces.

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- ♫ Two small people have a whole lot of feelings ♫ We have more feelings than an onion has feelings ♫ We are always ♫ We are always hungry ♫ Eat our feelings ♫ Eat our feelings, please - Did you have a guy over last night? I heard noises. - Nope, just talking to the TV. I was watching Teen Mom. It's so sad. - So sad. - How was dinner? - It was fine, until I accidentally brought up gelatin, and then everybody turned on me. - Yeah, see this is why people don't like vegans, Emma. You ruin dinners with your talk of horse hooves. Nobody wants to hear about that. - It's not just horses, and also you don't like us because we make you question your life choices. - Like the choice I made to be friends with you? - Can I have the big old carrots? - Quit hogging the fennel, and I might give it to you. - Tradesies. - Grilled cheese sandwiches. Freshly baked! - Who bakes a grilled cheese? - [Sasha] They aren't fresh if they've been sitting in your duffel bag for three hours, buddy. - [Emma] I can't believe someone would buy food from this guy. - Oh, and he gets so much ass too. - [Emma] Grilled cheese guy, put your dirty cheese paws all over my bod. - Is that Wonder Bread? Let me give you some money and show you my boobs. - Kraft Singles? You're like a sexy second grader. - Is that cheese food? I just love pasteurized, processed cheese food. - Yeah, let me rub it on your shoulders like it's fancy massage oil. - I just love how you wrap up everything in tin foil. - Yeah, wrap me up in tin foil, and then treat me like the baby that I am. No? But, think about it. If he makes money selling those turd sandwiches, what could we make selling actual food? - Just by washing our hands we'd be three steps ahead of him. - Yeah, and we could wear matching outfits. - Yeah! - Right? - Let's take this asshole down. - All the way down. - Welcome, and today we're going to show you how to show up that amateur grilled cheese maker at the park - Or, the office. - Or, at your friend's birthday party. - Or, anywhere really. - Since the invention of the grilled cheese sandwich it's been paired with a tomato soup, so why ruin a good thing? - Except, that today we're making a roasted pepper soup. - Since the invention of the grilled cheese sandwich it's been paired with a red soup. - Good save. For the soup you'll need: two carrots, three stalks of celery, one medium yellow onion, four cloves of garlic, one medium sweet potato, two red bell peppers, half a teaspoon each of smoked paprika and ground coriander, one fourth a cup of cashew meal, salt to taste, and a neutral oil. First, we want to get the peppers into the oven because they take a while. You want two bell peppers in the oven at 400 degrees for about 45 minutes to an hour. I'll start by cutting the celery and the onions. Once the oil is heated up for a minute, the vegetables are ready to go in. Now, I'm going to add the smoked paprika and the ground coriander. The peppers are ready! - Yay! - Yeah! See how miserable they are? That's how you want 'em. So, we're gonna get those into the bowl, and then you want to cover those up with another bowl. We're gonna give them a little sauna, a little pepper sauna until their little pepper skin peels off. - Just like a real sauna. - Gross. Now that the peppers have steamed in that bowl for about 20 minutes we will release them. The skin will peel right off. We'll just cut 'em roughly. Sasha, if you could pour that vegetable stock into the pot. Then I'll add the meal. Let that simmer on low for about 20 minutes. - And, while that's happening we're gonna get started on our grilled cheeses. For two grilled cheeses, you're going to need: four slices of country white bread, a beefsteak tomato, an avocado, half of a lemon, four cloves of garlic, and some goat cheese. I'm gonna chop my garlic. I'm gonna ask Emma to juice half the lemon, and also cut this lovely avocado into slices. Cut my tomato, and then I'm gonna heat up my garlic in a pan with some olive oil. How's that lemon juice? - Good. - All right, go ahead and add it in here. Now, you're just gonna put your tomato slices, full tomato slices in the pan. You're gonna cook them for a couple of minutes on each side. When the tomatoes are done, you're just gonna pop them out of the pan. I'm gonna pour all the rest of this delicious juice over the tomatoes, so they can marinate in it. Now, we're gonna assemble our sandwiches. This one's gonna be Emma's, and this one's gonna be for me, a cheese eating person. I'm just gonna get a nice spread of goat cheese going on our white bread, layer our tomatoes right on there. - [Emma] You want some avocado? - Yep. Turn our fire back on. I'm gonna press these one at a time. Press down on your sandwich, a little trick I learned from my dad. - Would a brick also work for this? - A brick would work, yeah, or if you have a cast iron skillet, you can layer that right on top as well. That'll do the trick. Yeah, that'll do. All right, now our sandwiches are done. - So, let's quickly blend the soup, and then we'll have lunch ready. Now, you'll have to blend this in shifts. It won't all fit in here, and then you'll have a soup-splosion, and lunch will be ruined. Okay. Now, just for the heck of it I'm gonna add a little bit of lemon zest. It's totally optional, but I think it'll really pep it up. - [Both] That's really nice. - A little bit smoky. - But, sweet also. Yum, yum, yum. - All right, let's lunch it. It's really good. - Really good. You can dip it in the soup. - Yeah. So, we should probably go ahead and clean up now. - Yeah, we should clean up. That's what we'll do. We'll clean up. - A really quick clean up, pack everything up. - Get all this out of the way. Do the dishes. - We have the soup in a Thermos. Fun fact, when I was growing up my mother always sent me to school with soup in a Thermos, and then I smelled like soup all day, and it was embarrassing. Thanks, Mom! Oh, yeah. - All right. - We're ready. - We're ready. Let's show them who's boss. - Let's take him down! - Yes. Soup and sandwiches. - Artisanal soup and sandwiches! - Soup and sandwiches! - Great. Anybody? - No. Soup and sandwiches? - Artisanal soup and sandwiches! - Oh, looks like Barry's got some competish. I'll take one. How much? - Six dollars for the combo. - Six? Keep the change. - Oh, thank you. - That's really nice. - Thank you. - Do you want some soup? - No. This is bull shit. - What? - What a monster? - You didn't even try it! - That bread's organic! - [Barry] What time is it? It's grilled cheese sandwich time! - That's it! hey! - Hey. Oh, looks like you girls could use a little grilled cheese sandwich. - Oh yeah, I'll take a sandwich. I want to see what all this fuss is about. - It's 40. - Dollars? Are you insane? - Unbelievable. What, do you make the cheese yourself? - Yeah right, in his bathtub. - You girls are real off base. - Hey, leave Barry alone. He's a service to the community. - Yeah. - Yeah, I'm a service to the community. - The only service you need is a shower, sir. - You realize this is illegal, right? Total health code violation. - Somebody write this guy up for a health code violation! - Yeah, health code violation! - You girls really need to chill out. - Oh shit, it's the fuzz. - Oh. - Oh. - That makes sense. - [Man Over Intercom] Ma'am, I'm gonna need you to drop the sandwich. Keep your hands where I can see them.

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