Thread: Panini Press
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Old 01-03-2013, 07:54 AM   #31
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Griddler here as well. Got it as a wedding present and really like it. As a sandwich/panini press it's fantastic, as a griddle, not so much. Problem is when it's laid open in "griddle mode" there are no supports to keep the griddles flat, so one is usually at a cockeyed angle, leading to weird shaped pancakes and runaway fried eggs. Only other problem is that after a few years of vigorous cleaning, the printing on the unit denoting the various settings has worn off. Now every time I use it, I need to look up a picture of it on the web so I know how to position the knobs for the setting I want.
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