Sunday, September 21, 2008

*Recipe Week*, Day #7: Pepperoni Bread and a Packer Party!

We want to end *Recipe Week* today with a great send-off for our cherished Green Bay Packers. They're playing the Cowboys tonite--*Boo! Hiss!!*--and Aunt Julie has a Packer Party planned!


BTW, that's Aunt Julie, Patty, and Joe pictured above at a Green Bay home game at storied Lambeau Field. Do ya think they're having fun? The game must've been a nail-biter--look at the guy over Julie Eliz's left shoulder!

Before we leave you with our Final Recipe of the Week, we'd like to clue you in to Big Doings 'round Eat Your Veggies! this week. Seems that Your Very Own Veggie Mom is about to celebrate her 100th post, come next Saturday! In honor of This Auspicious Occasion, Uncle Lynn has authorized me to host Another Great New Pop'rs Giveaway, starting Monday! We'll have more details tomorrow, so please stop by to chat!!

So, on to the Grande Finale of *Recipe Week*! We've told you how much we love The Green Bay Packers. We've told you how much we love QB Brett Favre, although He's a Jet now. *Sigh!* We've told you how We Love Those Packers soooooooooooo much that The Wild One has immortalized the Green & Gold in ceramic. Martha Stewart Would. Be. Proud! And, we've told you about Joe and Patty and Aunt Julie's Weekly Packer Parties.

Well, the Packers are 2 and 0, as of right this very second. We need to get Geared Up to Beat Those 'Boys, and give Our Team some Good Karma, right? So, what better way to round out *Recipe Week* and give The Pack some luck than with Aunt Julie's Pepperoni Bread? Here, then, is a Packer Party Favorite!

Aunt Julie's Packer Party Pepperoni Bread

Soften 1 loaf of frozen bread dough according to package directions.
Roll out to a rectangle. Brush with beaten egg and 1 Tbsp water. Sprinkle with garlic salt, parsley flakes, crushed red pepper, oregano, and basil in any combination you like. Layer with sandwich pepperoni slices and shredded mozzarella cheese.
Roll up from long end. Coil into glass pie plate. Brush again with egg and water. Sprinkle with red pepper flakes and parsley or basil.
Bake 35-40 min. at 375 degrees. Serve with pizza sauce.
Veggie Mom, signing off. Hope you enjoyed *Recipe Week*!

14 comments:

Melissa B. said...

That guy behind Aunt Julie really DOES look nervous! If the setting didn't look so warm and comfy, I'd say it was the playoff game with the Giants last season! Pepperoni Bread sure sounds good--I'll get right on that!

Tara R. said...

That is fabulous and sounds so easy. I will be trying this one. Thanks again for sharing.

Deanna said...

Oh, yum. That sounds really good and easy. We may have to do that instead of our usual Sunday breakfast supper.

Dawn said...

Recipe week was great!!! Have a great game tonight!

Genny said...

What a whole lot of fun!!!

Tracy P. said...

Oh, yeah, that would be good with a Vikings party too! We WON!!!

Rhea said...

pepperoni bread, yum.

And, sorry, but I'm more of a Cowboy fan. :o)

Marrdy said...

Boo hiss Cowboys!! May they rot forever in Dallas. Such a sad game!

Gramma 2 Many said...

Don't do football, but will definately do the bread. Looks delicious.
Thanks for your encouragement this week, while I melt into a puddle of emotion. I really appreciate it.

christie said...

This sounds so good. I'm sure my kids would gobble it up too!
Oooo and the Moker's Poker Jambalaya in the last post looks AMAZING!

Lula! said...

Printing this one out...

But changing the name when I serve it...it will be Bulldog Bread! HA!

Sandi McBride said...

Guess what we're having for supper? I can't wait!
hugs
Sandi

Corgidogmama~ said...

This sounds luscious! My son will eat this up!

AndBabyWillMake4 said...

Pepperoni bread? Hubby will LOVE this recipe!!