And now for something completely different.... This one takes a bit of forethought since the recipe calls for roasting garlic cloves, but once that's done the recipe is a breeze. I love making paninis. This is a nice combination of flavors, that I think complement each other very well. From Food and Wine Magazine. Please note the directions for roasting garlic, which can be done in advance of preparing the paninis. The cook time does not include roasting the garlic, which takes 30 minutes to an hour depending on how much garlic you choose to roast. The roasted garlic really makes this recipe special. Enjoy! *Note: you can used regular canned tuna in oil instead of the more expensive jarred version. You could also used tuna in water and sub olive oil for the tuna oil.