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    Quote by: mhock

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    my favorite

    What is this? Looks tasty!

    http://allrecipes.com/recipe/55224/kaese-spaetzle/

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    Quote by: LenH

    Thanks for the tip a couple years ago. We wipe out Roundys red cabbage every time we go thru Madison. 😉

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    39 years ago I dated a gal named Monika from Germany. Her grandfather was in WWII and taken prisoner and interned in Tennessee.

    Her grandpa loved America and asked to stay after the war. No prisoners of war were allowed to stay. There were worries about infiltrators after the war.

    http://lenharris.blogspot.com/2017/04/curry-pork.html

    After Monika and I broke up her grandpa and I stayed connected.

    He was a master wurst maker. From scratch wurst. I helped him make them numerous times. He was loved by his captors in Tennessee at the prisoner of war camp because he was such a good cook and sausage maker.

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