I love Muffuletta's. I tend to get them anywhere we go to. "It is a sandwich made with round Italian bread and filled usually with cold cuts, cheese, and olive salad; the muffuletta is one of the great sandwiches of New Orleans".
Between this set of bell ringers plus my Lagniappe ones My Jambalaya ones and my LaGumbo ones. Add these together and you have more than a year's worth of bell ringers.
I have always loved these types of bell ringers and the little mixture I give my students. Around the beginning of school, Christmas time, Mardi Gras, Easter, the end of school I could always give them "a mix of Louisiana flavor" or EXTRA CREDIT so to speak.
I have enjoyed offering a little taste of these bell ringers to my students and offering them a chance to earn daily extra credit. The answers are generally very simple, earning them one extra credit point per day – which is not much, but of the course of a week/nine weeks/the school year – it DOES add up.
It keeps me current in all things Louisiana history trying to know all the answers they can give me. There is no need for them to use a textbook, cheat, talk to each other because the questions are SO EASY for the most part. Even the hard ones give them so much play/latitude to answer almost anything that they think of.
My Muffuletta's are just another way to entice your students without over burdening/over tasking them.