Golden Age Cheese & Boar’s Head Grilled Panini

July 16, 2009

Golden Age Cheese in Woodhull, New York sent me, Spaulding Gray, your favorite feline foodie, cheese and curds to sample and review which I will do later today. The Lady sampled the Extra Sharp Cheddar; loved it and asked to use it to build Paninis for dinner last night:

Ingredients:

4 Slices Golden Age Cheese Company Extra Sharp Cheddar

2 Slices Boar’s Head Mortadella with Pistachios

2 Slices Boar’s Head Prosciutto di Parma

2 Slices Boar’s Head Genoa Salami

2 Slices Boar’s Head Olive Loaf

2 Sandwich-Size Slices Focaccia Bread – split in half

 

Preparation:

On bottom half of Focaccia Bread slice, place one slice of Golden Age Extra Sharp Cheddar Cheese. Add one slice of each meat and top with another slice of Golden Age Extra Sharp Cheddar and Finish with top half of Focaccia Bread.

Place in Panini grill and grill until bread is toasted and cheese is melted and gooey.

 Makes 2 Sandwiches.

 Chef Note: Using quality products such as Golden Age Extra Sharp Cheddar and Boar’s Head’s Meats allows you to keep it simple while delivering a gourmet Panini.

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2 Responses to “Golden Age Cheese & Boar’s Head Grilled Panini”

  1. Cheese Says:

    Please suggest an alternative to Boar’s Head Mortadella with Pistachios, Boar’s Head Prosciutto di Parma,

    • cheesemonger Says:

      I tried to register at your website but do not give out my mobile number. Curious as to why you require that to register.

      As for alternatives for Mortadella/Proscuitto by Boar’s Head, there are many quality meat companies that make excellent Italain meats. I use Boar’s Head because we sell it in our deli and quite frankly, it’s one of the best.


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