Sunday, December 21, 2008

Big on christmas and a To Die For Recipe

Good Morning Everyone!

Here is Jessica's card. She gave it to me at my technique Class the other night. She used the Big On Christmas Set and Riding Hood Red and Baja Breeze Card Stock. It's just the cutest....don't you think?

I had my "Customer Appreciation" Event today and I think everyone had a great time. Lots of good eats and some good laughs between stamping friends.

Speaking of eats I'd like to share a recipe for some little ham sandsiwiches that I got from a friend. These are to die for!!!

Ham and Cheese Sandwiches (Hot)

These are yummy and easy. Better yet, you make them the day before so all you have to do in throw them in the oven when you need them. I always double the recipe because they go FAST!

(1) 12-ounce package Hawaiian Rolls
2/3 lb baked ham, shaved
(1) 8-ounce pkg shredded swiss cheese ( I just buy a 16 oz block and shred it)
(1) stick melted butter
(1) TBS worcestershire sauce
(1) TBS coarse grain mustard
(2) TBS honey

1. Cut rolls in half and place bottom halves in 9x13 pan, separated but close together
2. Cover rolls with ham and then sprinkle with cheese and place roll tops on each
3. Whisk together melted butter, worcesterchire, mustard and honey
4. Pour sauce mixture evenly over rolls, cover with foil and refrigerate overnight
5. Uncover or loosely cover with foil and bake @ 350* for about 20 minutes or until cheese is melted

Serve hot, but these are also great at room temperature or cold

I just know you're going to love these....

I guess that's it for today. Check in tomorrow to see Susie's card.

Have a Stampinglee Good day!


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Wanda in NC said...

Shelley, I've made these. But instead of honey, I put onion in my spread, along with mustard, worcheshire sauce and poppy seed - spread it on the Pepperidge Farm rolls, add the ham and Swiss cheese and heat them. They are great - but last time I made them, I got tired of eating them. Didn't take them somewhere where they'd get eaten quickly. TFS

Mary Petzoldt said...

I've made theys also but instead of honey I just mix 1 pack of dry italian seasoning with a stick of butter and bake immediatly at 350 for 20 min. um um good!!
Mary Petzoldt