Monday, February 8, 2010

In honor of the Saints' Super Bowl victory

A little muffaletta, sort of.

Rather than consume a day's worth of calories in the form of cured meats and heavy bread, I decided to make a lighter substitute with the same NOLA spirit.

Daly's Almost Muffaletta (for two)

4 slices of hearty bread
4 slices of provolone cheese
4 tablespoons olive tapenade
1/4 pound shaved turkey breast
handful of arugula
tablespoon of olive oil (to grease the pan)

Layer as such: bread, cheese, olives, meat, arugula, cheese, bread.

Listen to me now and hear me later, keep the wet parts away from the bread. If you don't, your sandwich shalt be soggy.

Heat the oil until almost smoking, then plop those dudes in, browning both sides. Reduce the heat and cook until the middle is warm and the cheese is melted.



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  2. RYAN DALY! I am sooo happy that you are writing on the internets, and about food. I will live vicariously through you while my attempt at food blogging is on hiatus. :) This looks delicious.

    Miss you! And your wifey!

  3. Husband, this sandwich stole my heart. Yum!

  4. Ryan! Steph Boes told me about this site. I'm not much a blog person, but this is awesome! I love good food but I'm also not much of a cook so I'm hoping this blog will inspire me to spend more time in the kitchen.