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To continue with the Mardi Gras theme, I am going to talk about some of the traditional foods of the season. One of my favorite foods is a muffuletta, pronounced “moo-foo-LET- ta” by the creators or “moo-fuh-LOT-uh” by others. 274 more words


There's No Place Like Home For the Holidays - Christmas 2016

Oh man, you guys. I had such a wonderful Christmas break in my hometown. It was the perfect mix of family, friends, and relaxation.

If you’re a regular Powered by Sass reader, then you’ll remember I was feeling a little… 2,450 more words

Mini Muffulettas

I’m not sure it’s fair to call these muffulettas but whatever you call them, they’re delicious.

Note:  this recipe is easily doubled.

Mini Muffulettas
1 pkg Hawaiian Rolls… 73 more words


Muffuletta Wedge Salad

Let me start this post by acknowledging that this recipe title is a second-order misnomer. You see, combining the words “muffuletta” and “wedge salad”, at face value, is just preposterous. 464 more words


New Orleans Muffuletta Sandwich

I’m sure that Muffuletta sandwiches taste best in New Orleans, but if I may be so bold I’d like to suggest that I think they are equally as good at the beach, prior to a big football game, or just eaten on a quiet evening at home.   627 more words


Fiorella's Cafe in the French Quarter - NOLA

My partner, I found out, had never had a real muffuletta. I decided I needed to expose him to my favorite hidden market in the French Quarter, but was saddened to find that it had been washed out by Hurricane Ike and had not been rebuilt. 206 more words


New Orleans: A Food Guide

      New Orleans is a city bursting with vibrant nightlife and a boisterous music scene. As a result of its diverse heritage, it also boasts cuisine that is second to none within the United States; making it the perfect holiday destination for any keen foodies! 235 more words

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