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I was getting ready to make a pasta salad today and realized I was out of relish !! OH NO! Fortunately like many refrigerators mine was overloaded with almost empty jars of pickles and olives so I thought, hmmm why not a muffalatta type relish ( a muffalatta is a New Orleans type of sandwich)

Step 1: the fixings


this ia NOT a recipe ! The ingredients you use will be the ones your family enjoys, I have some sweet gerkin pickles, some dill pickle chips, different olives and pimentos
I see what you mean about cooking! Nice ible! Thanks for sharing! Sunshiine
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I noticed typos and missed words from this morning. Sleep apnea makes me groggy <br> <br>Should have read: <br> <br>You are one clever man! <br>and oh! what a plan! <br> <br>I'll tell my friend Ann <br>and Ann will tell Dan! <br> <br>Oh man! Oh man! <br>Oh man! Oh man! <br> <br>The news will spread near <br>The news will spread far <br>and you my dear, will become a star! <br> <br>All of us <br>will be outside <br> <br>And you will see grins <br> that are happy and wide! <br> <br>
How cute! I love the poem! Thanks for sharing. Sunshiine
Love me some muffalata!
I think of a muffalata as the regional style of hoagie/sub sandwich but the olive &quot;salad&quot; is the killer addition. I make that basically the same way as the relish but use a rougher/chunkier knife chop. black and green olives, onions, jalapenos, sweet gerkins, garlic and olive oil are my favorite blend. Use it on a homemade sandwich or a &quot;sub&quot; from one of the megachains, on burgers, steaks or fish, plain from the bowl with tortilla chips or mix with creamcheese and sour cream for a dip... hmmmm maybe I should do another &quot;ible&quot;
Hey! I wasn't putting down your Instructable at all! I think your idea is brilliant-no kidding! I've always had bits and bobs of relish and mayo and beets etc. in the back of my fridge and now, thanks to you, I know what to do with them. <br> <br> I leave Bat man quotes, and Klingon messages, haikus etcetera. on our boards. People are so creative here, I figue they &quot;get me&quot; I really enjoy this site, and appreciate the &quot;be nice&quot; policy. Take a peek, you will see I am one of your loyal subscribers. 0) I would NEVER purposely write hurtful comments or ever intend to shame someone. I work with kids, and they are used to having fun with me. I teach them fun poems, the greek alphabet with actions, silly songs and hope that they learn to know they are valuable and loved! <br>Your Instructable was really cool! <br> <br> <br> NUQ DAQ YUJ DA'POL - NOOKH DAHKH YUJE DAH'POLE - Live Long and prosper! <br>Most Sincerly, <br>Lyn
I didn't take offense, I found it humorous and appreciate that u took the time to rhyme your comment !
I never even thought to do this. I relish your idea! <br> <br>You are one clever man! <br>and oh! what a plan! <br> <br>I'll tell my friend Fran, <br> and she will tell Ann. <br> Ann will tell Dan! <br>Oh man! Oh man! <br> <br>The new will spread near <br>The news will spread far wide! <br>We'll all be outside <br>with grins that are wide! <br> <br>
aaahh, satire and rhyme, like peanutbutter and chocolate, 2 great things that go great together ! It's not rocket science but its not an &quot;ible&quot; about walking up stairs or taking a breath either...

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