Peaches & Bacon Panini

July 12, 2009
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I’m back! It’s been a little while since I grilled new panini for you guys. Or, more accurately, it’s been a trimester!  We’re thrilled to be expecting our next little one in January. I’m happy to report I’m finally moving out of the “total exhaustion” stage on into “pretty tired.” Now that the thought of […]

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Bacon Tuna Melt Panini

February 24, 2009
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Do you say “tunafish”? Or just “tuna”? Sandwiches made with a salad of canned tuna, mayonnaise and celery were “tunafish” to me growing up because that’s what my parents, both New Yorkers, called them. But I’ve rarely, if ever, heard the word in California. It’s always “tuna salad” or “tuna sandwich”, but never “tunafish.” I’m […]

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Panini Happy is a Guest at Inn Cuisine!

September 23, 2008

I’m so excited to be sharing my latest breakfast panini – Bacon, Apple & Cheddar Breakfast Panini – over at Inn Cuisine today!  If you aren’t yet a regular reader of Inn Cuisine yet, you’re going to want to get to know this terrific blog.  Sandie writes all about comforting and cozy bed & breakfast-style […]

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Egg & Bacon French Toast Panini Recipe

March 6, 2008

You can easily pull this indulgently-delicious breakfast sandwich together for yourself in under 15 minutes with ingredients you probably already have in the kitchen. French toast made with a hint of sweet maple syrup is grilled on the panini press and then filled with a two-egg omelet and smoky bacon. Any guilty feelings will quickly […]

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Turkey Mango Double-Decker Club Panini Recipe

March 2, 2008

It’s the classic club sandwich, panini-style! “Upstairs” on this double-decker grilled sandwich features the familiar trio of turkey, tomato and cheddar cheese, while “downstairs” offers a sweet and savory combination of mango, bacon and swiss cheese. The center bread is pre-grilled to keep it crispy and a zesty avocado spread accents the flavors. This is […]

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