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The Reuben is made with a flour tortilla, velvet sauce, grilled corned beef, melted Swiss cheese, homemade sauerkraut, and pickles.
In the hands of chef Denise Mazal, jaeger schnitzel, handmade sausages, spaetzle dumplings, fresh rye bread and sweet sauerkraut all give stout reprimands to the Bavarian stereotypes, crowned by kolaches worthy of any pastry chef’s portfolio.
Finally, there is the crazy fabulous Buffet da Pepi, a beloved institution serving Central European-style pork and sauerkraut, in addition to pickles, hams, and sausages.
His restaurant will serve locally produced hot dogs and sausages at an affordable price, along with inexpensive beers and a few creative sides — like fried sauerkraut balls and a sausage charcuterie board.
Whole roasted carrots with pumpernickel and sauerkraut puree or slick dan dan noodles twirled with slivered zucchini and succulent oyster mushrooms.
Archaeologists describe how the ice, in its pockets, preserves not only the objects of war but also its smell, from the grease of military cableways to old sauerkraut.
Smokey Pastrami Reuben: Peppery pastrami, gooey pepper jack, tangy sauerkraut and 18,000 island dressing, all griddled together on marble rye.
Unpasteurised sauerkraut, kimchi and kombucha, on the other hand, teem with live bacteria.
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Origin and Etymology of sauerkraut
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SAUERKRAUT Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of sauerkraut for English Language Learners
: a German food made of a vegetable (called a cabbage) that is cut into small pieces and soaked in a salty and sour liquid
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