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Oct 2010 - $231.39

Nov 2010 - $998.22

Dec 2010 - $340.29

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Monthly Average $590.79

Weekly Average $137.85
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Tuesday, December 30, 2008

New Year’s Sandwich

What’s for Dinner: Chipped Beef Gravy over Toast, Peach Cobbler

At the Sewing Machine: Cutting the strips to the
Raggy Jacket

On the Scrapbooking Table: Taking advantage of the CVS 10¢ print sale!

When I was trying to decide what to make for our New Year’s Eve gathering, Meghan chimed in with the excellent idea of our Stromboli Sandwich. As a black and white dish, it’s one of those meals that gets cheers from the children when it’s on the dinner menu.

The universal favorite meat/cheese combination is Ham & Cheddar Cheese, but also yummy are Turkey & Swiss and Salami & Pepper Jack. For the bread, I use homemade bread dough equal to one loaf for each sandwich. You could use frozen bread dough to be even quicker. Two sandwiches feed our crew of nine eaters. I’ll make four for tomorrow night.

Enough of the prologue – Here’s the recipe:

1 lb Frozen Bread Dough, thawed
2 Tbl. Butter, softened
½ lb. Sliced Deli Meat
½ C Shredded Cheese

Roll out dough to about 10x15 inches; spread with butter. Top with sprinkle of cheese, meat, rest of cheese. Roll up jelly-roll style; pinch to seal and tuck ends under. Place seam-side down on a greased baking sheet. Cover and let rise for 20 minutes. Bake at 350° for 25-30 minutes or until golden brown. Let sit for a few minutes, then slice and enjoy!


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