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  1. oh, I am SO with you on Giada over – enunciating !! It’s crazy.

    one of my very favorite sandwiches or salads is the caprese… especially grilled.
    so delicious, and yours looks gorgeous.

  2. i didn’t know that about the singular and plural! i’ll have to start schooling everyone around in that ๐Ÿ™‚

    as for the sandwich, it really couldn’t be more beautiful. it’s truly all about the freshest of ingredients!

  3. One of my favorite combos. So fresh, so good! Interesting about the singular/plural…regardless- I want one ๐Ÿ™‚ Favorite summer meal- panzanella. So good!

  4. This one defintely has the potential to become my fav. summer sandwich! I love all the ingredients in there ๐Ÿ™‚

  5. anything involving fresh pesto for us!

  6. Holly B

    very beautiful- and quite mouthwatering i might add. Sabrina, I am enjoying your blog more and more these days…

  7. My favorite! My mouth is literally watering!

  8. At Napa Valley Grille they had this grilled vegetable sandwich that had grilled portobello mushrooms and zucchini with fresh mozzarella, baby arugula, a basil oil, and balsamic reduction. I think I had it 12 days in a row one time.

  9. I think simple recipes done wonderfully are the best way to go!

  10. Hey!! I love your blog…I live right outside of Philly in the burbs!! Local gal in da house ๐Ÿ˜‰

    Love that pic of Broad St!

    Caprese wins my heart…I too love ugly tomatoes, the ugliest I can find….heirlooms are all I have been eating all summer….and Jersey tomatoes of course ๐Ÿ™‚

  11. Stepf @ dailyspark.com

    Haha. I ALSO get annoyed when people misuse foreign words–and I always say panino. People love to correct me… then I correct them.
    Sono corretta! ๐Ÿ˜‰

  12. Jen

    I love these would order them for lunch all the time when I worked at wild oats. I love my panini maker, it gets lots of use. My nana always though the Italian olive oil was the best till her friend started bring her the greek olive oil, from greece now we only buy the greek it has a great flavor.

  13. Ah, please don’t judge me, but I am not as careful and prudent as you are in choosing my ingredients. as a college student in downtown LA without a car, I am so limited to the cheap produce they sell in the local Latino supermarket, which has questionable produce at best. I wish I could be more local, and I do try to eat seasonable, but until I start earning my own money, I have to stick with the cheapest I can find, which in most cases isn’t local. But I do totally agree with you that local produce is superior in taste, ethics, and quality.

    By the way, I LOL-ed at this: ” It annoys me almost as much as hearing Giada say โ€œMozzarellllllaโ€ with her strong Italian accent in the middle of an English sentence.”
    HAHAHAH! I always thought she was trying too hard, too. ๐Ÿ˜‰

  14. your picture makes me miss philly so much! I used to walk on market st. every day to get to and from work. oh memories. As much as the center city to manayunk commute was a pain every day, being able to enjoy center city and all that it has to offer was great!

  15. I love tomatoes! One of my favorite things to eat is just a tomato with salt in the summer.

    Classically, that is my favorite sandwich, too but I haven’t gotten it in some time. I will have to make it soon!

  16. That looks so good and so pretty, perfect for summer and for maybe a party.

  17. Simply delicious ๐Ÿ™‚

  18. I wish I only got perturbed about people using foreign words incorrectly… has anyone noticed how bad English has gotten lately? I go blind at the misuse of apostrophes daily… but all my aggravation has melted away at the thought of caprese–yum!

  19. Looks delicious and can I say I completely agree with you on Giada, her “convenient” accent is so annoying!!! lol

  20. I was just reading my Cooking Light and I had to come back to your blog and scroll back in time to comment on this post. They were discussing sandwiches and used “panino” and all I thought was, “Sabrina would be so proud!”. Maybe they read Rhodey Girl Tests? ๐Ÿ™‚

  21. The following time I learn a weblog, I hope that it doesnt disappoint me as much as this one. I mean, I do know it was my choice to learn, but I actually thought youd have something interesting to say. All I hear is a bunch of whining about something that you would fix in the event you werent too busy in search of attention.

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