This is always a favorite at Jazz Fest. The tender pork melts in your mouth while the French Bread gives a nice crunch to the sandwich. The tangy coleslaw and creole mayo are the perfect complement to this po'boy. It's time to break out that crock pot and make this delicious treat at home. It's worth it.
Muffuletta, Muffalata, muffaletta, no matter how you spell it, this classic New Orleans sandwich is always a hit. This version has a super easy olive salad and comes together in no time. If you like warm sandwiches, preheat the oven to 350 and pop these in until the cheese melts and the bread is slightly crisp, about 10 minutes. You won't be sorry. Serve with an ice cold beer or a frosty Barq's rootbeer.
Prep Time: 15 minutes
Total Time: 15 minutes plus heating time, if desired
Make this corned beef at home from fresh beef brisket without all of the additives and preservatives normally found in commercially processed meats. Just make sure to start ahead of time since this needs to cure for 10 days. the results are ell worth the time involved, though!