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Why a Panini Press is the Best Tool for Indoor Grilling
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Gwen May 9, 2017
I use the panini grill for chicken and pork loin with great success. I use skinless chunks of chicken breasts and they cook in 4 minutes flat. Both retain their moisture. It's great for me as I am not wanting to go to a great deal of fuss and bother making meals as I live on my own.
Jacqueline May 9, 2017
I've thought Patricia Wells a savant in the kitchen for years and this is just another reason why. I love common sense applications to life in general but definitely in the kitchen. My favorite summer go to dish of Ms. Wells' is zucchini carpaccio....it was my first foray into pistachio oil and I've never turned back. Never a panini fan, I guess I may finally be adding one to my kitchen and ditching my sad old toaster.
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