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Simple Italian Sandwiches: Recipes from…

Simple Italian Sandwiches: Recipes from America's Favorite Panini Bar

by Jennifer Denton, Jason Denton, Kathryn Kellinger

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Three cheese panini, p.36 substituted two cheeses.
  DromJohn | Jun 12, 2016 |
I really didn't think I was going to be impressed with this book, but I have to say, I do like it.

The photographs are nice, the recipes are easy to follow and many include tips on finding & using the best/freshest ingredients.

Basics: Breads, Meats, Cheeses, Oils, & Vinegars

Condiments: Basil pesto, Sun-dried tomato pesto, Lemon mayonnaise, Balsamic roasted garlic, Sweet onions, Oven-braised fennel, & several other tasty items

Panini: Grills; Prosciutto, bel paese & sweet onion; Portobello & grana; Cacciatorini, goat cheese & black olive pesto; Atrichoke, fennel, & fontina. All of which sound good to me

Bruschetta: Caponata & goat cheese; Aperitivo (fruit & white vermouth); Asapragus, truffle oil, & Parmigiano-Reggiano; Roasted butternut squash, walnut & asiago. All these sound good, there were a few I thought odd.

Tramezzini (something in the middle): Mozzarella & basil pesto; Bresaola, arugula & grana padano; Cacciatorini, sweet onion & tomato; Shrimp salad & red pepper mayonnaise...

Anitpasti, Merende, & Insalate: Bresaola w/ arugula & Parmigiano-Reggiano; Fennel & arugula w/ goat cheese & aceto balsamico; Truffled egg toast; Fennel, red onion & goat cheese frittata... very mouth watering offerings. ( )
  Auntie-Nanuuq | Jan 18, 2016 |
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 006059974X, Hardcover)

With nothing more than a panini grill, a toaster oven, and a few simple ingredients, Jennifer and Jason Denton bring the fresh, robust flavors of Italy to your home table in Simple Italian Sandwiches.

Eating in Italy is all about simple pleasures, relaxing with good company, and savoring fresh, no-frills foods like traditional toasted panini, crustless tramezzini, and crunchy bruschetta. In Simple Italian Sandwiches, Jennifer and Jason Denton offer up a collection of recipes for these classic bread-based dishes, plus condiments, antipasti, and salads that are easy enough for the novice cook yet tasty enough for anyone with a sophisticated palate. From Soppressata, Fontina, and Arugula Panini, to Mozzarella and Basil Pesto Tramezzini, to Roasted Butternut Squash, Walnut, and Asiago Bruschetta, the dishes can be prepared in minutes and require minimal cooking.

With simplicity the governing rule for today's busy schedules, Simple Italian Sandwiches is the ideal cookbook for anyone who wants to prepare vibrant, flavorful food for family and friends, and then sit down and enjoy it with them.

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:13:22 -0400)

The authors, owners of 'Ino in New York, present a variety of recipes for classic Italian bread-based dishes

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