I bought a Panini press today at a yard sale for $2.00

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2011/07/23 23:33:23 (permalink)

I bought a Panini press today at a yard sale for $2.00

Any recipe suggestions?
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    lleechef
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    Re:I bought a Panini press today at a yard sale for $2.00 2011/07/24 00:19:49 (permalink)
    Congratulations!  I would love to find a Panini press for $2!!!!  You can now make a thousand different variations of grilled sandwiches.  Start with a Cuban, or maybe prosciutto, provolone, tomato and fresh basil.  The possibilities are endless.  Experiment and enjoy.
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    Re:I bought a Panini press today at a yard sale for $2.00 2011/07/24 00:35:36 (permalink)
    I bought mine at a similar type sale. I paid $29.00 for a Wolfgang Puck model. You got an amazing deal.
    As far as recipes, use a sturdy, crusty type bread or rolls. No soft white or wheat.
     
    About 15 years ago, I did buy a beautifully seasoned and cared for, 100 year old heavy Wagner 10" cast iron pan for $10.00 at an outdoor "flea market". I use it at least twice a week.
     
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