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HAPPY NEW YEAR to all and I wonder just how many of us are
swearing to go on a diet (again) this year?

Funny thing is I always give myself an extra week to ramp
up and I call it baby steps ;o) Well, I am usually still
rummaging through leftovers and hate to see them go to
waste. Haven't you ever seen the kitchen sign that said
"never trust a skinny cook"? In the meantime while some
of us are still groggy and easing into the new year I'll
jump ahead to football time! Here's a terrific half-time
recipe for HOT SUB SANDWICHES that will get help get you
back in the groove and feel free to add a side salad I
could make a meal out of these alone!

Enjoy!
Marzee

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RECIPE: HOT SUB SANDWICHES

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INGREDIENTS:
12 round Kaiser rolls (spring for the good stuff)
1 pound deli ham lunchmeat
1 pound hard salami lunchmeat
1 pound turkey breast lunchmeat
1 pound sliced mozzarella cheese
1/2 yellow onion, thinly sliced
1/4 cup Italian Dressing
Oregano (or Italian seasoning)
12 sheets aluminum

DIRECTIONS:
Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Slice Kaiser rolls and lightly
brush 1 teaspoon of dressing over each side. Divide the meat
among 12 rolls and stack on bottom half of each roll using at
least a few slices of salami per roll. Add a few onions on top
of the meat, then 2 slices of cheese per roll. Sprinkle lightly
with oregano or seasoning and add top of roll. Wrap each in
aluminum foil making 12 flying-saucer looking wraps and pop in
oven for 15 minutes. Serve warm right out of the foil.

Yield: 12 Sandwiches
Category: Sandwiches, Snacks, Lunch, Half-Time



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GREAT MONEY-SAVING KITCHEN TIPS:

Don't let leftovers die in the refrigerator. Think ahead
and use them the next day in omelets, chili, soups, stir-
fries, casseroles like macaroni and cheese, and salads.

Develop knife skills. Cutting up your own chicken and
boning your own meat saves considerable money. Plus, you
have bones for making stock. Whole vegetables are cheaper
than cut-up ones, too.

Use your freezer intelligently. Take advantage of
supermarket sales. Buy in bulk ground meat, chicken cutlets,
poultry parts, steaks, and chops. Wrap and save leftovers
from large casseroles such as baked lasagna, meat from
roasted leg of lamb, or a baked ham. And date everything
you put in the freezer.

MAKE EVERY PENNY COUNT!

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