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Suggestions anyone?

Right now take-out Chinese sounds good. Except my favorite place doesn't deliver and I don't want to go out. In the heat. And the rain. And the Tornado warning.

 

Do you like Chinese food?

 

 

 

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okay, I had pot luck leftovers... knockwurst, collard greens & rosemary new potatoes.

I had enough leftover to go ahead & pack my lunch for tomorrow. And that's it for the leftovers in the fridge.

Ate good all day...finishing it off w/Quesasdila....(sp)!
Salad and garlic bread.....boring, but sorta healthy...filling anyway...
Corn fritters
Tonight I'm going to make my version of muffuletta sandwiches.

What's your version?

 

All  muffaletta recipes use an olive salad, and most call for Italian bread, ham, mortadella, genoa salami, provolone, and mozzarella cheeses, and most of the recipes are for cold sandwiches. I use wheat flat bread, and 4 or 5 lunchmeats and at least 3 or 4 cheeses. Tonights will be ham, hard salami, pastrami, "good" beef balogna, and prosciutto. Cheeses will be provolone, swiss, and monterey pepperjack. I tear the meat in small pieces, and scatter them on the flat bread, leaving a little valley in the center. I top the meat with torn pieces of cheese, and place it under a hot broiler until cheese is melted and slightly browned. Once out of the oven, I load them with lots of olive salad, and fold them over. The above mentioned valley makes it easier to fold in half. It is also easier to eat if you slice the sandwich into halves or thirds after folding. You can usually find an olive salad in the deli area of most grocery stores, but many will only have 3 or 4 different kinds of olives. I prefer to buy as many different kinds of olives as I can find and make my own. I vary the above just about everytime I make these, but always use, ham, hard salami, prosciutto, and provolone.

I think if you want to try these, just buy your favorite lunch meats,and cheeses, and experiment. You may prefer the italian bread. Many cold  recipes call for putting the olives on the bread first and letting the bread soak up the juices.

Sure B A F, I'll make extras!!!
We went to a place called Farmer's Family. It is a massive buffet of country style food. Caleb loves it because they have hand craved roast beef. I tolerate it because of him. they did have some decent ribs tonight however.
Dollar burger, dollar yogurt and 50 cent DVD.

Sounds delish Teebubba
For us is was breaded pork cutlets with an apple, onion topping. Salad and peas...oh  and an excellent bottle of wine.

 

I have had TeeBubba's Lasagna. I get hungry just thinking about it. He is a great cook.

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