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Do You Have a Favorite Panini?

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I do.

Thinly sliced roast beef, gruyere cheese, caramelized onions and Dijon mustard on sour dough bread.

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  1. I do too!! Proscuitto, Taleggio cheese, basil and tomatoes. hell yeah.

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    1. re: mamachef

      What kind of bread, mamacita?

      1. re: Perilagu Khan

        Slightly hollowed foccacia (just plain). Butter the outside, or give it a sheen of oil, and let 'er rip. OMG so good. I'd be happy to eat 2 or 3 of your kind, too.

    2. A deli near where I work makes one called the Cardiac Arrest. Pastrami, salami, bacon and red onion with sun dried tomato mayo.

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      1. re: mike0989

        I believe the cheese is provolone

      2. These all sound yummy, but my favourite is Brie, basil and chocolate (yes, chocolate) on sourdough. Sounds bad, but is so good.

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        1. re: CanadaGirl

          Whoa, now I'd a never thunka that.

          1. re: CanadaGirl

            Hmmm. I'm sure that's wonderful, but I think I'll stick with Mike's Cardiac Arrest. :)

            1. re: Perilagu Khan

              Why choose? There are seven days in a week! :)

            2. re: CanadaGirl

              THAT SOUNDS AMAZING.
              I have to try that! Thanks.

            3. Pk, your fave reminds me (don't hate me) of this grilled sandwich we used to have and serve at a local chain coffee shop here in CA - Spires. it was on cheese bread with thin sliced roast beef, swiss cheese, i think onions.... it was wonderful. the bread was so crusty it would cut your mouth.

              one of my faves is an inauthentic cubano i made once - buttered bolillo, stuffed with slices of pork pernil, ham, pepperoncini (instead of pickles), muenster cheese, mustard, in the grill pan with a CI pan on top.... time to make one again!

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              1. re: mariacarmen

                MC2, I had a Cuban on Sourdough the other day, and it was amaaaazing, except the deli guy grabbed the wrong cheese and gave me Muenster instead of Swiss, which I didn't catch 'til I got home. Still damn good, though.

                1. re: mariacarmen

                  I could never hate a woman who makes a paninO like your Cubano. :)

                  1. re: Perilagu Khan

                    thanks PK!

                  2. re: mariacarmen

                    I love, love love a cubano. Here is a pix of the last one I made. The bread came from Costco and was a type of cheese topped focaccia.

                     
                  3. Really pretty simple. Maple turkey, with Swiss cheese and spicy mustard.

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