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Old 02-26-2008, 02:44 PM   #1
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Ham,Gruyere,Jam, Sammie-TNT

NO stove yet so Sandwiches reign supreme here Only trouble is, trying to think up something different...So, we tried this and the kids and grandkids, loved it..
I took the soft loaves of french bread, cut them the long way, buttered onside and the other side I put a mix of a little mayo, mustard and peach jelly. Then I layered on thin sliced ham, brie,a few baby spinach leaves, put the thing together, wrapped it in foil and put it on the bbq then put a heavy skillet on top..Let it go on a low heat about 10-15 min til the cheese melted and the ham got nice and hot, took it off and sliced, served with some french onion soup and some fruit salad..It was great..I like the addition of something sweet in the sandwich for a change.I think this might be nice on the pannini press if the long loaves are cut into manegable lenghts.


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Old 02-26-2008, 02:55 PM   #2
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Certainly different and worth a try.. thanks for sharing.
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