Talking to a friend about my panini machine smoking and he said it's because of the ingredients melting, the butter that we put on, etc... which I figured out by myself. Just because I am so bright. Anyway, he mentioned a paper they make which you can sort make the panini on, and place it on the grill with the paper still wrapped around it; Apparently it contains much of what makes the smoke. Any experience with this paper, product, etc? Is it just parchment? I assumed that element would stop the crisping, toasting, etc. Thanks in advance.