Jules Creations, Recipes

My Version of a Muffaletta Sandwich! YUM!

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I love making things spur of the moment with things I have on hand and a few of the things I always have on hand are; Sandwich Thins, Hot Giardiniera and Famous Daves Spicy Pickle Chips. Yum and must haves! Follow along with the Step by Step photos for assembling.

A must have! I order mine on line. If you are in the Midwest you can find this at the regular grocery store.
I lightly Toast the Sandwich Thin in the Toaster then lay both halves open on a piece of foil Set your Oven to Broil. On both halves spread Poupon and Mayo. On one Thin Lay Sliced Turkey, then a Slice of Swiss, then Sliced Green and Black Olives. On the other half add Sliced Swiss and a heaping of Hot Giardiniera. Put under the Broiler for about 3 minutes to melt and heat through. Set a timer so you don’t over Broil and Burn it.
Be careful when putting it together as a Sandwich. I use a Spatula and my hand to carefully put together with out the insides dropping all over.
Enjoy any time of the year!

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Recipes, What's for dinner?, What's for lunch?

Beer Can Chicken and Beer Can Chicken Soup!

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John made Beer Can Chicken on the Smoker.  It is always delicious and SOOO moist!

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Beer Can Chicken Soup.  This is easy to make and wonderful to have on hand for  weekday lunches.  You can also freeze it on portions to pull out whenever you are in the mood for it.  *Chicken Broth, Celery, Carrots, Bay Leaves, Chicken Pieces and Chicken Leg for extra Flavor. Salt and Pepper and Herbs of your liking.

Bon Appetite!

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"Shout Outs", Ingredient Information, Recipes

Pecan Pie Tarts! Scrumptious!

 

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A friend named Sondra gave me this recipe.  It comes from a website called the-girl-who-ate-everything.com   It’s a neat website you should check it out.  Sondra and her husband used to own a Muffin Bakery. How cool is that? She said their most popular was Raspberry Cream Cheese.  That sounds good right now! Continue reading “Pecan Pie Tarts! Scrumptious!”

On a Whim, Recipes, What's for lunch?

Yummy Tuna Melt with Fresh Dill!

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I love Tuna Melts!  This time I did something different than my usual recipe….I used a Wild Caught Bumble Bee Premium Tuna in Water and I am hooked! Mixed it with real Mayo, Sandwich Sprinkle (by Penzey’s) and Fresh Ground Black Pepper and Freshly Cut Dill from my Garden.  Topped with Shredded Cheddar and put under Broiler for 4 minutes or so.  I also used Sandwich Thins which are my favorite.  I’ve talked about them before on my blog.  Oh and I put the Sandwich Thins in the  Toaster before building the sandwich.  Fresh Dill!  Yum!

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Suzanne Somers Coleslaw (my all-time favorite)!!

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Do you remember this book? It came out in 2002 but I think I got it in 2004.  My friend Heidi and I loved her eating plan. There was one recipe that I fell in love with and it was her Crunchy Coleslaw with Raw Fennel.  I can’t even tell you how many times I’ve made it.  It is perfect as is and every once in a while (or if I’m out of an ingredient) I improvise but I highly reccommend following her recipe to a tee.  It is also best after it sits in fridge over night (in my opinion).  Hope you enjoy!! ***See Recipe below with photos.  Continue reading “Suzanne Somers Coleslaw (my all-time favorite)!!”