This sandwich isn't a muffuletta by any stretch of the imagination. It was created by Cindy Pawlcyn before she visited New Orleans and tasted the famous Muffuletta sandwiches from the Central Grocery. I've had muffulettas from New Orleans and they're heady things. This sandwich is very good, but let there be no mistake--it's not a muffuletta. But, it's quite tasty and the ingredients can be assembled well in advance, days before you're ready to build the sandwiches. This is a vegetarian sandwich, but meat and cheese can be added. It's a great sandwich for traveling or picnics, because it doesn't get soggy or deteriorate if the bread is sturdy.
This week I'm guest hosting Weekend Herb Blogging, which was created by Kalyn at Kalyn's Kitchen. If you'd like to take part, please do. Send your link to me at rdfern[AT]sbcglobal[DOT]net by Sunday 4:00 p.m. (Utah time). I'll have the Roundup posted after The Sopranos on Sunday. Please mention my blog in your post (it makes me feel ever so important) and Weekend Herb Blogging. Go here to check out the rules for WHB, should you have further questions. Next week, WHB is hosted by Glenna at A Fridge Full Of Food...But Nothing To Eat.