Italian Sausage Subs ~ Italian Sausage Wraps- Left Over Layering

Italian Sausage Subs Prepare in your favorite method, onions, peppers, sauce, etc. and reserve two 'sub-size' sausages for the next recipe. Italian Sausage Wraps 2 cooked sausages, sliced 1-inch thick large flour tortillas (1 per person) shredded lettuce tomato slices (2 per person)

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    Italian Sausage Subs
    Prepare in your favorite method, onions, peppers, sauce, etc. and reserve two 'sub-size' sausages for the next recipe.

    Italian Sausage Wraps
    2 cooked sausages, sliced 1-inch thick
    large flour tortillas (1 per person)
    shredded lettuce
    tomato slices (2 per person)
    shredded cheese -- your favorite

    1/2 cup salsa
    1 tbs oil
    left over onions and peppers (that is, if you have any left;-> so it's optional)
    Heat oil in medium-sized skillet and add sausage and salsa. Heat thoroughly while stirring over medium heat, about 10 minutes. Place lettuce, about 1/2 cup on tortilla. Top with 2 tomato slices and the amount of cheese you prefer (I use 1/2 cup -- LOVE cheese!). Spoon sausage mixture on top of everything, fold up the sides and EAT! LOL! I use the hot sausage and add a dash or two of hot sauce

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    Okay Mos, why don't you just write us a cookbook?? LOL. I have already started one of your recipes in my database!! This one is a real keeper-my family LOVES italian sausage. Oh, who am I kidding?? There is not much they will not eat.

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    actually, I had been writing a cookbook got the idea a gazillion years ago when I participated in one of those cookbook fundraiser and the editor said that my recipes sounded so good that she tried several. she then suggested that I write a cookbook. I did a little research, and started writing two -- one for meals for a year including meals for all the holidays...even the ones that I don't celebrate (learned that I like ALL foods regardless of the cultural source) and one that was based on weekly planning and grocery lists directed at the average American family but unfortunately, my home burned down a year ago and everything was lost. so I'm rebuilding everything. recipes that I gave to family and friends are being sent to me...everyone is searching through files, etc. sooo, it's in the works, my friend it kinda sucks because I was doing my final editing before sending it off to the publisher;-\ oh well, I'm sure there's a reason for everything...

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    OMG!! I am so glad you were not hurt by the fire. What a shame all of your work was destroyed. Are you keeping other copies elsewhere now? Just in case, you know?

    Shelly

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    yeah, I wasn't at home, but I lost one of my furbabies. I lost everything and have been rebuilding my life and home. friends and parents of my students donated clothes, furniture, kitchen stuff, etc. just recently I acquired a bread maker, a wok, and a grill -- she 'claims' that she just didn't use them much...she's a flight attendant, so I can believe the bread maker part, but the wok and grill? I don't think so! LOL! but I'm grateful for them.
    I had everything backed up on discs, but they melted;-\ now I have discs for me, discs at my sister's house, discs at a friend's, and of course two online groups have many of my recipes. that's helped -- searching the archives and doing copy/pastes so slowly, but surely, it will all be assembled again. my DD is even emailing her favorites that she copied before she moved out on her own! LOL! I'll have to remember to make a note in the books about the ones that are 'family' favorites!

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