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Topic: good saurkraut (13 msgs / 280 lines)
1) From: David F Iseminger
had to laugh.  we are PA natives living in GA  I recently made saurkraut
for a good number of people in church who had never eaten it before. 
Imagine that
david

2) From: Brian Kamnetz
Hope you grilled some brats to go along with that kraut....
Brian
On 1/14/07, David F Iseminger  wrote:
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3) From: David F Iseminger
no brats or caraway seeds.  our preference is good hotdogs (all beef, all
natural, no nitrates) and horseradish mustard on a whole grain bun.  My
wife and girls accually mix the kraut with mayo (Yuck)
David

4) From: Tom Ulmer
I would imagine the folks in Georgia would know chow-chow. I grew up with
that on the table.

5) From: David F Iseminger
yep, they know chow chow well and that is accually quite good

6) From: Robert Joslin
David
     Your mention of horseradish mustard reminded me of of a purchase I made
a few years ago up in Brian's neck of the woods. There is a mustard museum
in Mt Horeb Wisconsin that sells an amazing variety of mustards (28
varieties of just horseradish mustards).  The stuff I bought (as a joke) was
about as black as axle great and had about the same consistency but MY GOSH
it was GOOD!!  I wish I could remember the name.  I think I'd like to try it
again. I wonder if they have a website?
On 1/14/07, David F Iseminger  wrote:
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7) From: Barry Luterman
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Try this it might be ithttp://www.mustardweb.com/wisconsin-gifts.htm

8) From: David F Iseminger
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man o man if you find out let me know.  I think I have 8 varities of
mustard in the fridge right now I am some what of a mustard head and
since my wife drinks tea and not coffee (go figure) we will often have
cheese crackers and mustard in the evening since a store down the road
has a great selection of both cheese and mustard
On Sun, 14 Jan 2007 18:28:54 -0600 "Robert Joslin" 
writes:
David
     Your mention of horseradish mustard reminded me of of a purchase I
made a few years ago up in Brian's neck of the woods. There is a mustard
museum in Mt Horeb Wisconsin that sells an amazing variety of mustards
(28 varieties of just horseradish mustards).  The stuff I bought (as a
joke) was about as black as axle great and had about the same consistency
but MY GOSH it was GOOD!!  I wish I could remember the name.  I think I'd
like to try it again. I wonder if they have a website? 
On 1/14/07, David F Iseminger  wrote: 
yep, they know chow chow well and that is accually quite good

9) From: Larry Johnson
Oh, yeah. Chow chow on crowder peas, w/buttermilk cornbread and dead-ripe
sliced tomatoes.  Slap yo' mama.
Larry J (Lilboybrew)......thank God I'm a country boy.....
On 1/14/07, Tom Ulmer  wrote:
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"Having a positive attitude may not solve all your problems, but it annoys
enough people to make it worth the effort."

10) From: Vicki Smith
Sauerkraut is also wonderful with mustard seeds, toasted just until they 
start to pop and then mixed in as the kraut develops. Sprinkle some 
mustard seeds on cabbage as you roast it in the oven for a terrific treat.
v
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11) From: Larry Johnson
Here ya go, Dave:http://www.mustardmuseum.com/BTW, my favorite - Stadium Mustard from Cleveland, OH.  Kinda hard to find
in Athesns, GA (like, impossible) but I stock up when I go there.
Larry J (Lilboybrew)....still able to cut the mustard..some days.....
On 1/14/07, David F Iseminger  wrote:
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"Having a positive attitude may not solve all your problems, but it annoys
enough people to make it worth the effort."

12) From: Gregg Talton
What about the slice of Vidalia onion and fried okra (green tomatoes will
work too)?
"raised" in Bama, living in Charlotte - center of the liver mush universe.
On 1/14/07, Larry Johnson  wrote:
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They say such nice things about people at their funerals that it makes me
sad to realize that I'm going to miss mine by just a few days. - Garrison
Keillor

13) From: Larry Johnson
I didn't want our northern friends to think we were just showing off.
Larry J (Lilboybrew)....and the white corn and the speckled butter beans and
the vinegared green beans and the.........
On 1/15/07, Gregg Talton  wrote:
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"Having a positive attitude may not solve all your problems, but it annoys
enough people to make it worth the effort."


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