Thursday, October 14, 2004

Carnival of Recipes: Fast Football Stromboli

This is for the Carnival of recipes (an ongoing event on the blogosphere):

Fast Football Season Stromboli (this is SO quick and EASY)

1/4 lb. Genoa Salami
1/4 lb. Tavern/Pepper Ham
1/4 lb. Pepperoni
1/4 lb. Swiss cheese
1/4 lb. American cheese
1/4 lb. Provolone cheese
(2) eggs beaten
(2) jars Cento Roasted peppers (7 oz. size)
(2) packages Pilsbury crescent rolls

In a 9 X 13 pan spread one (1) package of crescent
rolls. Next layer the meats and cheeses -be sure to
alternate...meat/cheese/meat/cheese, etc.
Spread roasted peppers on top of last layer. Drizzle
3/4 of egg over the top. Spread second layer of
crescent rolls and drizzle remaining egg on the top.

Cover pan with foil and bake at 350 degrees for 1/2
hour. Uncover and bake for another 1/2 hour. Let
stand for 30 minutes prior to serving.



riceburner147 said...

How about "Chuck Bars"

1 can Borden sweetened condensed milk
1 stick of butter
1 cup grahamn cracker crumbs
1 cup toasted coconut
1 cup carob chips (or choc chips)
1/2 cup sesame seeds

in a 8 X 10 pan coat the pan w/ butter
pour cracker crumbs in and smooth around pan
pour in condensed milk
pour in coconut and pat around pan
same with carob chips
sprinkle sesame on top

bake 350 about 30 minutes (check regularly)

[ps stole recipe from my sister]

Tammi said...

So I click over here to grab the link to this recipe and I am accosted, accosted I say by that, that, Eagles helmet!!! What?!?! I'm in a moral quandry.

I can't wait to make this, but I'll just have to keep the fact that it came from an Eagles' fan to myself.


I'm so sad we won't be playing you guys this year. Even if you kicked our hiney's I ALWAYS enjoy that rivalry.

BTW - I think I'm going to make this Sunday for my friends.

ALa said...

Tammi -Don't worry...I am not an Eagles fan, but I had to represent Philly!!! LOL I'm not into football -I like hockey -the boys are cuter! haha...
Where will these be posted and I will put it in the post if anyone else wants to send one in?

riceburner147 said...

Tammi: who would we play ? (the eagles), the
orlando mice ?

McWizard said...

I have a favorite recipe for a finger food to serve at sport gatherings. Since I have a dozen Jalapeno Pepper bushes, each year I wind up with a couple bushels after canning. The recipe involves roasting them over a fire and this year it had an unexpected effect.
We've been inundated this year with Grackles. They're a very nasty bird. Loud, hang in packs and huge droppings. After roasting the peppers on my BBQ I noticed it was very quiet. No Birds! I guess they couldn't take the heat.

justrose said...

Ah, hockey players ... they melt all that ice ... :)

RB -- those seven-layer bars are my favorite thing in the entire universe!!!!

And I can vouch for the fact that this stromboli is good!


tescosuicide said...

justrose..... you're so north east.

Tammi said...

AL - this week it's at She Who Will Be Obeyed

And it would be the Tampa Bay Bucs - you know, we christened the new football stadium up there (back when we actually knew how to find a goal line) ;-)

And I love the hockey too!!! I can only make a couple of games a year now that I've been banished to orlando/tourist/hell. But I love it none the less.

riceburner147 said...

Hey Tesco (freak) Perhaps you may not be aware of this, but there is a Far Northeast denizen of Philly (Me) We are much more cultured, we hardly ever say Ac-A-Me and NEVER chain our childrens toys to the railing.........

Tammi: just pullin your chain, i know that the bucs used to be a real football team :>) If we got to know each other would you Kissimee (REALLY BAD) BTW who the hell is Irlo Bronson anyway ?

Aunt Bitchy said...

RB: I love those "Chuck Bars" although we used sunflower seeds instead of Sesame... no shells of course! They are damn good!

riceburner147 said...

AB: you are, of course correct, it was sunflower seeds, my bad. (btw, luvu)

justrose said...


I am not!

(wearing rose-print shirt from Fashion Bug, sitting in wood paneled basement with hideous berber rug under styro-drop ceiling, having just returned home from the Ac-A-Me, where I responded to four conversations with, "whaddaya gonna do wit the way things are these days."

That is SO not Northeast. (At least I don't say "ung-yin" for "onion.")


riceburner147 said...

JR: Walk out the front door, down the four concrete steps while holding onto the wrought iron railing. look at your bright yellow kiddie slide and let me know if it is chained to (something).

ps how do you say H2o (they didnt have the correct "2")

We in the "Far Northeast" look down upon those who reside in close proximity to (ugh) "Crescentville"


~Jen~ said...

Tex-mex lasagna (Rose friendly low spice version first)

2 pounds ground beef
1 onion, chopped
2 teaspoons minced garlic
1 (2 ounce) can black olives, sliced
1 (4 ounce) can diced mild green chili peppers
1 (10 ounce) can mild diced tomatoes with green chile peppers
1 (16 ounce) jar mild taco sauce
2 (16 ounce) cans refried beans
12 (8 inch) flour tortillas
12 ounces shredded chedder or Mexican cheese


Preheat oven to 350 degrees F (175 degrees C).
In a large skillet over medium heat, saute the ground beef for 5 minutes. Add the onion and garlic, and saute for 5 more minutes. Drain any excess fat, if desired. Mix in the olives, green chile peppers, tomatoes with green chile peppers, taco sauce and refried beans. Stir mixture thoroughly, reduce heat to low, and let simmer for 15 to 20 minutes.

Spread a thin layer of the meat mixture in the bottom of a 4 quart casserole dish. Cover with a layer of tortillas followed by more meat mixture, then a layer of cheese. Repeat tortilla, meat, cheese pattern until all the tortillas are used, topping off with a layer of meat mixture and cheese.

Bake for 20 to 30 minutes in the preheated oven, or until cheese is slightly brown and bubbly.

Spicier version -- use any, or if you are feeling brave, all of the following: add taco meat spices to the ground beef, use spicy refried beans, medium or hot taco sauce, jalepeno flavored tortillas, or add some chopped jalepenos to the bean/meat mixture.

Low carb version -- drop the beans, use low carb tortillas, increase cheese

Serve with sour cream, pico de gallo or chopped jalepenos and of course margaritas!

~Jen~ said...

Keep cooking the ground beef until the pink is gone, then drain the fat and go from there....

I have put this together the day before, refrigerated it, and then cooked it the next day (with a few added minutes)

Also, it's great for a hangover.

Bigandmean said...

Football snack recipe: get 10 to 12 liberal wieners. Talk to them in a calm voice about the realities of Bush's policy in Iraq and the deceptions of the Kerry campaign. Stand back....they'll get hot on their own and turn pinko, er, pink. Since they are well past their expiration date, throw them out and order a pizza.

Beth said...

My gosh, your commenters have great recipes, too!

riceburner147 said...

Hey Big&Meen

You Rock

justrose said...


I live nowhere NEAR Crescentville. It's at least seven minutes down the boulevard from here.

NOTHING is chained in my yard (although some things are chained to the shared fence from next door.)

Okay, we do have wrought iron railings.

And the correct pronunciation (so that no one will say you "look down" on them, the ultimate Rowhouseland put-down) is WOODER.


riceburner147 said...

Hay Yoooo Jess Woose

great article.