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Tag Archives: sauerkraut
George Lang and the Cabbage
If you’re like me, when you read a cookbook, first you’re looking for things for dinner tonight – then if you find something, you check out the list of ingredients to see if you just might have them all on … Continue reading
Posted in Food, My Cookbook Heroes Tagged Csipetke, George Lang, Hungarian cuisine, sauerkraut, Szekely Cabbage, The Cuisine of Hungary 8 Comments
Are You Sure Bacteria is Eatable?
Some of you are going to think this post is a little weird, but I hope I can convince you otherwise – I want to talk about how bacteria is useful in preserving foods. You may already know all about … Continue reading
Livering It Up
I feel duty bound by my responsibility to all my readers – all few of them – to do a followup report on a recent post here. I speak of the Old Ste Genevieve post, where my chosen recipe was … Continue reading
Posted in Food, Our Favorite Dishes Tagged caramelized onions, chicken liver, liver, liver dumplings, sauerkraut Leave a comment