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Autogrill rest stops

trvlsm | Jun 16, 200802:33 PM     18

I was in Italy in 2005, and the group I was traveling with stopped at an Autogrill. I got one of their paninis, but for the life of me I can't remember what it was called. I know it was on a baguette, and had prosciutto, spinach, and some sort of soft cheese (along the lines of ricotta, but not). Honestly, and this is odd to say, but it was probably the best sandwich I've ever had, especially since it was so simple. I'm trying to find out what it was called so I can get the rest of the recipe. Anyone have any ideas?

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