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Old 02-18-2009, 09:57 AM   #1
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Panini

I think Panini makes a nice meal . There are many varieties.

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Old 02-18-2009, 10:27 AM   #2
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I think Panini makes a nice meal . There are many varieties.
I agree LC. We do them often on sundays and even the little guys like them. They will ask me for grilled cheese and salami when here during the week.And two of the kids if given a paninni and a plate of fruit and veggies just clean their plates.
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I agree! There's something very comforting about them. My favorite panino is a basil oil drizzle (blend together olive oil, basil, garlic, kosher salt), water-packed mozzarella, roasted red peppers, prosciutto, baby greens of any kind, and if I have them some roasted portobella mushrooms, add those too. My favorite bread is a baguette or ciabatta. BUT, any bread will do. I LOVE the way it gets all crispy on the outside.

This isn't the one I described above.

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Elf add a thick slice of evoo and garlic brushed on and then grilled eggplant and a thick slice of provolome...yunn
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Elf add a thick slice of evoo and garlic brushed on and then grilled eggplant and a thick slice of provolome...yunn
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Old 02-18-2009, 01:59 PM   #6
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Just had a marvelous panini... portabello mushrooms , sweet red pepper, boiled ham, and mozz cheese on slices of crusty bread.
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My son's favourite panini is ham, pineapple and cheese
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My son's favourite panini is ham, pineapple and cheese
Sounds good ! What kind of cheese?
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Just grated cheddar, though it would be good with a sharp cheese mixed with some mozzerella
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Okay, does anyone watch Desperate Housewives??? This thread reminds me of Sunday's show.

I have never tried a Panini, not even where my daughter works. I would be interested to try one, that pineapple one sounds good but I would substitute pepperoni, not a fan of ham.
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