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    A favorite in the Big Easy, this is better than any I've had at restaurants in New Orleans. Instead of the traditional Mortadella (which is just a fancy balogna) I use pepperoni. I use Boscoli Olive Salad, so it saves a ton of time on prepping. It is available in some international markets, and I believe you can order it online. The traditional Muffaletta is served on a round loaf, but any shape will do as long as it is tasty and has a nice crust. Surprisingly, this freezes very well; I have frozen individual serving sizes and eaten it 6 weeks later and it tasted just as good as when fresh!

    Recipe #493659

    This is a wonderful recipe from www.nolacuisine.com/2005/08/21/muffuletta-bread-recipe/ . The right bread makes this special sandwich perfect. I plan to use my trusty 16 yo Panasonic ABM to make the dough. Will raise then shape by hand for second rise & bake as directed in the oven.

    Recipe #373774

    I am putting this here for safe-keeping, it looks great! From the gal who posted this recipe on the site called Sweet Tea and Cornbread: "I used a mixture of jalapeno and pepperoncini peppers. I like the pepper rings because they disintegrate in the cooking process and just become part of the gravy. Don't leave these out though, because they really add flavor to this. If you don't use too many, they don't even add noticeable heat. The butter is what makes the gravy in this soooo good!

    Recipe #491126

    This versatile vinaigrette dressing can be used on many different kinds of dishes including pasta salad and is good warm as well as cold. By Jana Lane on suite101.com. This recipe is posted as written for safe keeping.

    Recipe #496143

    This is a surprisingly delicious overnight no cook oatmeal. I was very hesitant at first because I am picky about my oatmeal but when we tried this in the morning we ate it all!! SOoo good! I never wanted to forget how to make it again so decided to post.

    Recipe #467298

    This light and refreshing drink is great for hot summer days. It's a little on the weak side alcohol wise, but that makes it perfect on hot lazy days when you don't want to get wasted.

    Recipe #221194

    Seasoned saltine crackers that are simple to make and add a special touch for your dips and spreads at parties. I have had these on several occasions at bachelorette parties and babies showers but was never given the recipe. My sister had them recently at a birthday party, got the recipe, and passed it on to me. Unfortunately, I don't know who to credit for this, but it's certainly a keeper!!! Was initially concerned about the amount of oil, but hey, it's party food, RIGHT? I have used whole wheat crackers and different kinds of dip/dressing mixes successfully so have fun and get creative!

    Recipe #423316

    From Southern Living, this is my favorite pecan pie. The difference comes from the butter, sugar and corn syrup being cooked together before other ingredients are added. I prefer the recipe as stated, but Southern Living says you may also add 3 tablespoons rum with the eggs for a Rum Pecan Pie. Praline liquer is even better. Note the recipe calls for pecan halves, not chopped pecans. It takes about two minutes to arrange the pecans in concentric circles on top of the filling, making a beautiful presentation that will impress your friends and family. I've also used 1 1/2 cups chopped pecans instead of pecan halves.

    Recipe #145689

    7 Reviews |  By Elmotoo

    I don't recall where I got this recipe. It is a favorite in my home plus I make it for my consumers (at work) with very ripe bananas and no sugar so it's okay for the diabetics. All the amounts are varied depending on what you have and what you want. Use green bananas for a more savory side dish. Or use greener bananas and more brown sugar for a sweet treat. Very ripe bananas don't need much cooking nor much brown sugar. This is good as a side dish, over ice cream, on pancakes, under whipped cream, with basmati rice, let your imagination wander....enjoy! You could even vary the size of banana pieces to suit your recipe.

    Recipe #479988

    At least this is the closest one you'll be able to find. Most likely. It's not going to look like they're bread, but I heard if you freeze it, let it sit out for a bit, roll it and then put it in regular bread pans in the oven and cook it to about 350 it should turn out closer to it...... But I'm too scared to try that, if you try it and you like it let me know! This recipe came from MC-Recipe Digest V1 #583 by Barbara Zack on Apr 21, 1997.

    Recipe #343216

    This drink is a favorite among our guests when we throw cocktail parties! Sometimes I serve with a lemon slice and a maraschino cherry.

    Recipe #186236

    41 Reviews |  By Merlot

    A very buttery and smooth cheese spread.

    Recipe #31669

    3 Reviews |  By annakj

    Delicious! Similar to Applebees oriental dressing

    Recipe #486929


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