1/2 pound Provolone Cheese - sliced thin
8 oz. Garlic cream cheese
4 oz. or 1/2 stick butter - creamed
2 tablespoons of pesto
1 jar julienned sun dried tomatoes or tomato pesto
Lots of minced garlic - to taste
Damp cheese cloth
Line the loaf pan with the damp cheese cloth. Lay cheese in pan pressing the edges together (up sides & overlapping sides). Spread 1/2 the pesto in the bottom, layer cheese over it. Spread 1/2 of the tomatoes with another layer of provolone, then pesto. Top with remaining provolone. Fold in the ends of provolone. Fold cheese cloth over and press down hard. Place in refrigerator overnight. Keep cold until ready to serve. Flip pan over and slice. Serve with French Baguette or Crackers.
Originally posted 1/15/08
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