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Everytime I eat Brie I think of Seattle. The other day when I made this sandwich, I instantly was reminded of a sandwich I had while I was in Seattle. It was an apple and Brie panini. I don’t have a panini gadget, so instead of making a grilled sandwich, I decided to use a tortilla again.

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Mmmmmm…..this sandwich is so versatile! You could use a thick slice of bread, wrap, apples, pears, turkey or ham, but I highly recommend Brie!
And then the reminiscing started…
I got on my computer and looked up my old Seattle pictures. And about crapped. My kids looked so young!! Instantly, I remembered Kate yelling at Jack, “we must go back!!” (to the island). I was going to yell the same thing to my husband, but he wasn’t home.
If your considering destinations for next year’s vacation, I highly recommend Seattle. Here is an Instagram list of my favorite memories!

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I cannot tell you how many pictures I took trying to capture these two birds!!

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Can’t beat these views….

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And then my kids, reminding me how long it has been! My son was going through the, “toy cars must not leave my hand stage.” He also did this with cookies…which did not end well…for the cookie.

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For now, I guess I’ll just eat my sandwich and remember. Until someone decides to take me back! So how did I make this sandwich?
As I said earlier, use what you like. For this sandwich, I used:
a tortilla
Brie, an ounce per sandwich
pear, sliced thinly 1/4 per sandwich
oven roasted turkey, cut thick
mustard
1. Spray olive oil in a skillet, and put on medium low heat. Add tortilla and cut up Brie and put on one side of tortilla.

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2. Add meat, fruit and any kind of mustard you like. I would have used a spicy mustard but I didn’t have any.

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3. Once cheese is starting to melt, fold wrap in half. Cut and serve!

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