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Comments

Jen

Wow - I've actually been wondering if this would work, I would have thought the George Foreman Grill wouldn't be heavy enough to really smoosh it together enough. This is great!

Alternatively, you can use a cast iron grill pan - Lodge (the cast iron pan people) make a HEAVY cast iron lid. Heat up your grill pan, pop in your sandwich and cover with the lid. Flip. Awesome, and the set-up cost me about $25 - more money, but I wouldn't give up my grill pan for anything in the world.

Manic Mom

How timely! I actually ASKED my MIL to get me a GF grill for Xmas!!! I can't wait to make Panini sandwiches in it.

Hope you are doing well,
Steph

pam

Jen,

The secret is you just smoosh the cover down a bit, so you get it at exactly the amount of press you want. Your grill pan sounds great too!

pam

Hi Steph,

Nice to hear from you! Hope your get your George for X-Mas!

:) Pam

denise

i really like your blog and wish you'd update it more often. your a good food writer.

pam

Thanks Denise! I do hope to post more often in 2006.

:) Pam

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