My family’s panini press sits right next to the toaster on the kitchen counter. It gets used every day — sometimes more than once. Paninis, including all manner of fillings and breads, make up the bulk of our after-school snacks, presports meals and weekend lunches. Given our love for pressed Cheddar, turkey and apple slices on sourdough, we’ve clearly moved beyond the peanut butter and jelly staple of yesteryear, making us an ideal target for the growing number of ...
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