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Old 09-28-2013, 07:02 PM   #1
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Saturday Night's All Right (for eating) Sept. 28

I've got a ham in the oven. I'll add some mac and cheese and green beans. What's everyone else doing?

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Old 09-28-2013, 07:08 PM   #2
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Doing? Tonight I'll sink a little drink and shout out, she's with me!
Then after I do that I'm going to grill some stuffed mushrooms.
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Old 09-28-2013, 07:34 PM   #3
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I'm going with fish taco's (thanks, powerplantop!) My family is very excited. I don't usually deep fry but they looked sooooo good!. I've also got gazpacho. I was going to make a peach cobbler but after sampling one they need another day to ripen and sweeten up. I have some cookies we can crumble over vanilla ice cream instead.
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Old 09-28-2013, 08:08 PM   #4
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cole slaw

I made a rather large batch today and suspect I will be munching on it for a few days.
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Old 09-28-2013, 09:32 PM   #5
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Stirling grilled the rest of the sausages he bought in Cornwall, so they wouldn't go off. Put 'em on a serving plate and nuked the last of the corn on the cob and the rest of the baby 'taters. I'm stuffed. Some of the sausages that got grilled are going in the freezer and the rest are going in the "snack drawer" in the fridge.
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Old 09-28-2013, 09:54 PM   #6
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Bowl of cereal, I've swapped lunch for dinner. We had CWS's Grandma's Swedish Meatballs for lunch over egg noodles, very good. A keeper recipe.
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Old 09-28-2013, 09:54 PM   #7
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We found a butcher that can make Kassler (smoked pork loin) just like in the area of the Black Forest where Mrs Dawg is from.

Sooo.... we had Kassler with Sauerkraut and pan fried potatoes. Just like back home as Mrs Dawg says.

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We found a butcher that can make Kassler (smoked pork loin) just like in the area of the Black Forest where Mrs Dawg is from.

Sooo.... we had Kassler with Sauerkraut and pan fried potatoes. Just like back home as Mrs Dawg says.

Thank you for the German word for this. It's used a lot in Denmark, where it's called "hamburgerryg". That means Hamburger back. I guess the Danes learned it from Germans from Hamburg.

So, is your butcher German? Is it a German butcher shop? I've been looking for a source for years. I even considered trying to make it myself. I lurk occasionally on a Danish grilling forum and they do lots of cold smoking there, so I could find a recipe and instructions.

Does that ever get served with a mustard sauce?
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Thank you for the German word for this. It's used a lot in Denmark, where it's called "hamburgerryg". That means Hamburger back. I guess the Danes learned it from Germans from Hamburg.

So, is your butcher German? Is it a German butcher shop? I've been looking for a source for years. I even considered trying to make it myself. I lurk occasionally on a Danish grilling forum and they do lots of cold smoking there, so I could find a recipe and instructions.

Does that ever get served with a mustard sauce?
Yes the butcher is from Germany, just outside of Dusseldorf. His wife is Dutch from around Arnhem. Their meats are the closest we have found to actually shopping in Germany.

http://ontariomeatandpoultry.ca/wp-c...yJune-2011.pdf

Served with mustard sauce?? I love it, but my family is from the Dortmund area where it is a normal accompaniment. Mrs Dawg is from the Black Forest where mustard would be frowned upon with Kassler.
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Old 09-28-2013, 11:21 PM   #10
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I took a small amount of left over chilli from the freezer.

I boiled and then baked a red potato.

I combined the two, with grated cheese, sour cream and sliced spring onions.

A glass of dry white wine completed a very nice meal.
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