A Nice German Dinner

We dropped by the grocery store earlier today and, much to our pleasant surprise, it was some sort of demo day with various vendors setting up their tables at the ends of each aisle.

Many had food to taste and others handed out information to take with us.


A new find that gave me joy was a sauerkraut made locally that is just amazing. Not everyone likes the vinegar of sauerkraut (I do, for the record) and this particular recipe doesn’t add any. Yet it is still quite delicious.

Good sauerkrautThe sausages were made by our local butcher shop, Steve’s Meat Market. I seared them on both sides in a fry pan and then added a half-inch of water and let them cook through.

The potato salad is the one in my German Potato Salad recipe post.

I served it with some rye bread and a Freestate beer. (I would say a good Freestate beer, but that’s redundant.)

On the side, some butter for the bread and a nice mustard for the sausage.

And did I forget the applesauce? You bet I did. Darn it. Do as I say, not as I do , in this case.


It all came together in less than 30 minutes. Score.


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