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This Dog-Friendly Cafe Is Serving Up Jalapeño Popper Grilled Cheese with Hidden Valley Ranch

Boris & Horton, the famously dog-friendly cafe in New York City, has made a point of having artisan breads and cheeses on its menu since its inception. They do a number of things with these items — toast, cheese plates, and, naturally, grilled cheese sandwiches. Continuing on with that tradition, the cafe will be making a Jalapeño Popper Grilled Cheese Sandwich all September for the Coast 2 Coast Ranch tour, presented by Hidden Valley ® Ranch.

As all Boris & Horton sandwiches do, it starts with two thick slices of Pain Au Levain, an airy sourdough, from the nearby Balthazar Bakery.

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These tremendous slices next are coated in delectable cream cheese, on top of which sits a luxurious layer of Muenster cheese. Then, a generous portion of pickled jalapeños are piled on top. Then, the whole thing is dusted in a savory Hidden Valley Original Ranch Seasoning, which, conveniently, comes in shaker form now.

Obviously, this wasn’t enough ranch, if that’s even possible. Because the sandwich is also served with a Middle Eastern-inspired ranch sauce. Made by mixing the Middle Eastern yogurt cheese, labneh, with Hidden Valley Original Ranch Seasoning, it gives the dip we all know and love an ultra-creamy texture and a slight kiss of exquisite tartness.

Boris & Horton’s love letter to a couple of America’s favorite snack combos, ranch and jalapeño poppers, will be available for all of September, during the Hidden Valley Coast 2 Coast Ranch Tour. If you’re interested in finding more about the ranch hotspots around the country, head over to foodbeast.com/ranch.

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Created in partnership with Hidden Valley Ranch.