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Lazy Dinner – Tofurky Kielbasa

September 9, 2006

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  1. September 9, 2006 2:01 pm

    This is a dinner I haven’t eaten before. Never tried kielbasa (much less Tofurky Kielbasa) and I’ve also never tried sauerkraut. I must branch out and try these things. Especially if it’s a good lazy fall back dinner. Mmmm!

  2. September 9, 2006 10:38 pm

    Hee hee… Bubbie is Yiddish (and German?) for “Grandmother” and it’s what my nephews and nieces call my mom. So i got a kick out of that sauerkraut! I like that brand anyway, i’ve seen “her” around.

    Tofurkey is goodness in a package. I’m a fan to be sure. Haven’t had this Kielbasa one, but will look for it.

    The dinner looks smashing, Emmy, really. Hope you’re having a gooooooooooood weekend!

  3. September 10, 2006 1:16 am

    That’s a german meal if I’ve ever seen one. I make things like this occassionally too, I like saurkraut. I haven’t tried tofurky links, but my family really enjoys the lite life zesty italian links.

  4. September 10, 2006 9:53 am

    We don’t generally eat turkey here so that is probably why we don’t get tofurky either.

    I had sauerkraut for the first time in years last week and really liked it. It was from a German delicatessen here who has it made locally and it was quite crunchy and not too vinegary. Will get it again.

  5. September 10, 2006 1:39 pm

    That looks so yummy. I love cabbage in all its forms, and particularly sauerkraut. My husband’s family is German, so that looks very familiar. Sometimes for dinner, we just cook potatoes and sauerkraut together. Now I have to try Tofurky kielbasa!

  6. September 11, 2006 1:45 am

    i really like sauerkraut — i’ll look out for Bubbies’. that lit up skull is awesome! i just bought a pumpkin the other day too!

  7. Aurora's Mom permalink
    September 11, 2006 2:32 pm

    Umm…this is totally unrelated to your food post, but is that plate one of your Fire King finds? I really like it and you have inspired me to start collecting some of their coffee mugs….: )

  8. September 11, 2006 4:24 pm

    Hi Aurora’s Mom, feel free to comment about vintage kitchenware to any of my posts LOL 🙂

    That particular plate is Pyrex restaurantware. It’s specifically marked “Pyrex, Tableware by Corning” on the back. I actually don’t know the name of this particular pattern. I think I bought these divided plates on eBay a few years ago. I don’t buy a lot of breakable stuff on eBay anymore because people in general are lousy at packing items.

    I have five of these divided dishes. I have an assortment of other sizes, bowls, and mugs in this pattern. I buy it wherever I find it (if the price is right), usually at estate/garage sales, flea markets, and occasionally eBay.

    That’s wonderful that you’ve started to collect Fire King mugs. I’m so flattered I was able to help inspire you 🙂 I have so much fun collecting them. There is such a variety of mugs available and that it keeps it interesting. You never know what you’ll find.

    I’ll have to take a picture soon of the nifty Fire King sugar/creamer I have. It’s stackable. The creamer part sits on top of the sugar bowl.

  9. September 12, 2006 4:51 pm

    i love sauerkraut! i really can’t understand how so many people can despise it.

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