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    Yet another of dad's recipes. This is a slightly different meatloaf, than what most people are familiar with. Excellent served with rice, potatoes or broad pasta & fresh peas.

    Recipe #195840

    I have a large bottle of butterscotch schnapps and this is a very decadent serving. Very rich, very creamy and I'm sure very fattening. From drinksmixter.com.

    Recipe #284512

    Recipe courtesy Flora's Drink Hideout

    Recipe #219708

    Source: Gourmet Magazine, February 2008 issue

    Recipe #281473

    I threw this together when I was really craving kraut. It can be really hard to get good kraut in the UK but as I grew up Pennsylvania Dutch sometimes it is hard to ignore the calling of the kraut juice in my veins. This is really easy and reminds me of when my mother would slow cook pork and kraut for New Year's Eve. Using the lean pork steaks actually makes this pretty low fat. It goes well with mashed potatoes.

    Recipe #271421

    What could be more delicious than speatzle or sauerkraut? I'll tell you -- Spaetzle with Sauerkraut of course!!! This is the traditional version & is so tasty! Posted for ZWT 4.

    Recipe #305606

    This is a great twist on traditional fried or smothered cabbage - taken from the Tony's Seafood of Louisiana website (who are quoting a Mulate's recipe). How can we go wrong? YUMMO!! My DH brought me a tee back from Mulate's when he was down helping recovery efforts after Hurricane Katrina - needless to say we love the region and the food - and now I can say I "perk" up a bit when I see Mulate's anywhere. I can't wait to get down there myself just to sample my way around the region! How DO I get one of those traveling shows myself? ;)--

    Recipe #215647

    No meat here...but not vegetarian (because of the beef boiullon cube and Worcestershire). Kind of an interesting version of cabbage and noodles.

    Recipe #282146

    This goes with pretty much any type of meat or seafood.

    Recipe #297054

    154 Reviews |  By Rita~

    A great side dish or a meal on its own. This is a Polish/Hungarian dish. Can use bacon but I cut back on that to make it meatless. Also can garnish with poppy seeds. Adding peas for color and nutrition. Bacon is a yummy addition for those that eat meat. Just brown drain most of the fat then add butter and oil and brown onions. Be sure to give the onions a nice brown color using a med high heat.

    Recipe #48588

    Not your normal potato soup! It's better! Cabbage and carrot hide in the broth and bring out a hint of sweetness. Trying to get someone to eat their veggies? Try this! This is THE potato soup I have been making forever! Healthy, hearty and filling yet EASY and quick to make! Especially if made with leftover potatoes. Cutting the cabbage small really helps this cook fast. Feel free to use whatever meat your family prefers. I use turkey products but any type of meat or even soy would be equally nice. Hope you enjoy! NOTE: I adjusted the amount of liquids here after some very helpful reviews. I tend not to measure when making something I have done for years so I am sure they are much more accurate now! Thanks Peggy and NcM!

    Recipe #284265

    I had this recipe clipped from TOH magazine for awhile now. It looks like it would be very tasty and a great side dish for grilled meats. I haven't tried it yet but will soon!

    Recipe #242475

    Sauerkraut simmered with vegetables, apple, and juniper berries is a perfect match for bacon and chicken thighs. The robust combination of flavors makes this a great hearty winter dish. Created by the staff of Food & Wine. For a white wine that will contrast nicely with the sauerkraut, look for a soft, full-flavored, and unoaked white. Gewürztraminer or pinot gris from Alsace in France are ideal choices.

    Recipe #133810

    The family really enjoys this at our Holiday dinners. Looks more labor intense then it is. Keep in mind that the prep time of 4 days + or - is in the meat marinating. I put the meat into a large zip-lock bag to marinate, also for easy clean up.

    Recipe #15110

    Entrecote Bordelaise is a French classic, impressive yet simple to prepare - it is a very chic way to serve a steak! Here are my easy step by step instructions for a perfect Entrecote Bordelaise! Serve with sauté potatoes or frites and haricots verts......and a good bottle of Saint Emilion, from the little Medieval town just to the east of Bordeaux.

    Recipe #234065

    This spiced cinnamon hot chocolate is liberally laced with brandy and topped with whipped cream, it is the type of hot chocolate I remember drinking après-ski in Germany and in the French Alps. It is the perfect drink to warm your tingling fingers and toes on a cold and frosty evening or morning. Great throughout the Holiday season, as well as Christmas, New Year and the winter months, OR for those "Why Not" days! This makes 4 generous tall mugs of hot chocolate. Please adjust the brandy to suit your taste - we find the amount listed here gives a lovely warm tingle, however you can leave the brandy out for drivers and those that don't drink alcohol - you will still have a delicious spiced and decadent drink! Do try to use a high quality and high cocoa solids chocolate - it makes all the difference to the taste! Salut !

    Recipe #272173

    Recipe #305139

    Great noodle dish that you can make with leftover turkey or even chicken. Has a touch of nutmeg for that special flavor. Recipe courtesy of Karen.

    Recipe #79717

    You'll want an avalanche of this delicious snow. This recipe was given to me by a friend, Anne. It was a highlight of the menu for my oldest daughter's 21st birthday. Very easy and quick to make. For those who use imperial measure, 500 grams is just over a pound.

    Recipe #235542

    This is an adopted recipe, that I have tweaked just a tiny bit. It really didn't need any extra work so I thank whoever it came from! Delicious and Easy!

    Recipe #105299

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