I thought I was being bad back in June when I was dilly dallying on my posts. But I ended up taking an unintentional sabbatical from blogging altogether. I didn’t really mean to though. But I’ve had some major life sh@# poppin off this summer. For those of you who’ve been inquiring my where abouts, I ‘m back. I needed the break though. I think I was suffering from what they call bloggers burnout. My writing might be a little rough around the edges, but that’s neither here nor there.
Anyhoot, I think I will restart with a panini! The inspiration for this recipe came from San Fransisco. I was at a bakery at the airport and saw a ready to heat and eat panini made from 3 simple ingredients. Brie, sliced green apples and turkey. I wanted to try it but the tuna fish croissant won that morning. Although the greedy side of me wanted both. But the sandwiches were over 10 bucks a piece and I couldn’t bring myself to spend over 20 bucks on 2 sandwiches. I hate airport vendors. It’s like their worse than gas gougers. The perils of the J-O-B.
Real quick note. I have to give some mad props to the local bakery here in Plymouth, MI. Artisian Boule Bakery. It’s been there for over 6 yrs but the place dates back as a bakery for over 30. And I L,O,V,E love their homemade breads. The dense crusty bread I used for this panini is my favorite. Ironically it’s their artisan Boule’ loaf.
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1 tsp virgin olive oil
(I have mine sliced right at the bakery)
1 green apple sliced into thin layers