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Legend has it that Johnson’s Boucanière in Lafayette, Louisiana, created their infamous stuffed grilled cheese to cater to their after-school visitors, which were mainly families with kids. Little did they know that stuffing fall-off-the-bone barbecue into a cheesy sandwich would create such a popular dish, one that people from all over—kids and grown-ups alike—flock to Johnson’s to try. Matt Moore, author of the new book, The South’s Best Butts: Pitmaster Secrets for Southern Barbecue Perfection, shares the secrets of this sandwich so that you can make it at home. It’s one of his favorite recipes from the book, and you’ll see why. For this recipe, you start with a hot pan on the stove, much like a regular grilled cheese, but the rest of the preparation is out of the ordinary. Watch Matt, and follow Johnson’s steps to create the unforgettable Stevie’s Stuffed Grilled Cheese. It’s a classic, and it’s so good that your family will ask for it by name. Stevie’s, please!

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