Dump a couple cans of sauerkraut into a pan, cut up some weiners and toss them in..... heat for a while.
Serve with cornbread
So after reading this thread I looked up how to grow caraway seeds. It's hard. Takes 2 years before you get any "fruit". Doesn't grow well in northern climates. But the further north it grows the better it taste. It takes a lot of fertilizer namely fishmeal (which probably stinks)
Guess I'll just go buy the bottle when I need caraway seed.:bump:
Damn! I just realized I'm a polock too! That's the way we used to do it.
Homemade Kraut. Shred up cabbage, turnips, cauliflower, broccoli, whatever you can beg borrow, or steal. Pack it in a quart mason jar, pour in a tablespoon of salt and fill to the brim with boiling water. Seal and put away for at least a month. Best darned kraut you can get and you don't need a crock. Used to make 48 of these a year when I was raising boys.
Saute 1 onion
Add 2T sugar
Cut 1 head of red cabbage - fine
Add 4oz water and salt to taste
Cut up 1 apple and add to cabbage
When cooked down and almost done add 2T of lemon juice in the mix.
Pork roast, red cabbage, potato pancakes or spatzels, apple sauce. yummmmm.