It's time to talk turkey. A lot of turkey. As in turkey sandwiches. It is that time of year, after all. However, as high as the leftovers may be piled up in the refrigerator, that doesn't necessarily mean it's easy to figure out what to do with them. One can only eat so many sandwiches. Unless of course, there can be found new ways of constructing them.
The Frigidaire FPPG12K7MS Professional Panini Grill (about $120) takes an old classic and smashes it -- in a good way. But panini sandwiches are just the start. The indoor grill opens flat and each side has an individual temperature control. The reversible cooking plates can be used to grill or griddle so when it comes time to fry up some bacon for that turkey sandwich, this one countertop appliance has you covered.
Finding creative ways to deal with Thanksgiving leftovers is a delicious tradition, but sometimes it's the classics that really hit the spot. The device features five adjustable height settings that can be used to find the perfect pressure for creating pressed sandwiches. With 1,500 watts and 240 square inches of cooking area, the indoor grill makes it easy to cook up some classic leftover combinations -- or perhaps to use that extra cooking area to come up with some new ones.