Paninis are a hot topic in this house, served warm.
They are my son's staple meal in the middle of the day, when he is here.
His aspergers means that he can be both very particular, and very predicable. Organising his home life in this way appears to help him feel calm, loved, and comfortable, especially when his cushions are arranged correctly! For me, this is both good and awkward.
Every day at lunch time when I ask him what he wants, the answer will be the same:
"A panini of course!"
With ham. But that goes without saying, apparently.
Knowing what he's going to want is useful, it makes shopping easier, and I don't have to plan lots of exciting sandwich fillings or fancy pasta salads.