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    Transylvanian Fare


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    3 Reviews |  By *Pixie*

    If this is made correctly, the meat should melt in your mouth. For best taste top with a bit of sour cream and black pepper.

    Recipe #31508

    This sauerkraut and pork recipe is another of the Kramer family favourites.This recipe is adapted from "The cooking of Vienna's Empire" by Joseph Wechsburg, part of Time-Life Foods of the World series.

    Recipe #192599

    We've made this in my family so long, I don't remember where we got it! I usually double the recipe because it's so good and tastes even better the next day.

    Recipe #119135

    I have not tried this recipe. I got it from New Hampshire Police Association Cookbook. The recipe was submitted by Kerry Plaisted. Not only does this dish have a wonderful and mild garlic flavor but it is guaranteed to keep vampires away. Enjoy!

    Recipe #250135

    I found this in "Todays Parent" magazine. The write-up said it was concocted by "Linda's mother, Judy". Linda is a staffer at the magazine.

    Recipe #75564

    These are very hearty and satisfying little fried cheese squares, and if you can't locate Cascaval cheese, you may substitute Provolone. They make a perfect little Halloween party (or anytime) snack, with a crumb crust seasoned with plenty of garlic, to keep vampires at bay, of course.

    Recipe #102232


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