Anthony Tripodi has cooked at several restaurants in the New York area, ranging from a classic diner to a fine dining establishment. He created his first food-related website (GoFondue.com) in 2002, several years before people would start using the term "food blogger." Since then, he has built a network of popular home and garden websites and blogs. Whether he's in the kitchen looking for something interesting to put between two pieces of bread (PaniniRecipes) or out in the vegetable garden spreading a fresh layer of compost (CompostBin), you can be sure he'll take pictures and share the experience with you. Anthony bought his first panini press ten years ago and has been experimenting with it ever since.
The Everything Panini Press Cookbookby Anthony Tripodi
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Panini sandwiches are quick and scrumptious mainstays of delis, coffee shops, and Italian restaurants, and now you can create your own restaurant-inspired panini sandwiches with this cookbook! Here you'll find 300 recipes, from traditional Italian sandwiches to grilled appetizers, desserts, and breakfasts. You'll prepare mouthwatering recipes, including:
- Eggplant, Peppers, and Pesto Panini
- Cilantro Lime Tilapia Panini
- Peanut Butter and Chocolate Stuffed French Toast
- Grilled Vegetable Wontons
- Lamb, Baba Ganoush, and Feta Panini
- Blueberry Angel Food Panini
Panini expert Anthony Tripodi offers useful tips and techniques for perfect results every time. From simple to gourmet, these recipes are sure to be the next best thing since sliced, stuffed, and grilled bread!
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This book is a quick read. It covers wide range of panini-related topics. While it has lot's of recipes, I only used one recipe so far, the pesto recipe. The book gave me lot's of ideas for making my own panini with the ingredients I already have in the house. It also gave me a lot of ideas for doing some prep work ahead of time so I can assemble a panini very quickly. After using the ideas in this book, the panini I create tastes much better than anything I've had a restaurant or sandwich shop. I should point out though, that I bake my own bread. As the book points out, the fresher your ingredients, the better the panini. The book also includes desert panini recipes, which I haven't tried yet, but they look really good.
Some recipes that sound good but no pictures. I like to see the finished product.
I've been using this cookbook for several weeks and tried different recipes. It's a winner!