“Sauerkraut, Wurts Und Kartoffelbrei” ~ detante cordial!!!
The seed and first growth for this began with the Merry Hi-lander, and then I stumbled in and couldn’t leave well enough alone and caned it and it took it’s own growth and here’s the fruit of it, beans if you like. Then this swisspiper made the effort to add his tuppence worth, and so we have a German title for it. That’s cool though, as some of the best damned sausages and sauerkraut in the world is from the pools of that language and its neighbours, so why not. If you want a short one for this I suppose you could either call in simply "Sauerkraut", or "Pickled Cabbage"… Merry H was bent on burrying it, but I come from a long line of picklers and sauerkraut lovers. I do know what that means. The stuff pongs so bad flies die passing by it, but the results, for some of us, are worth it. It is best to have an outside building, away from the house, to make your sauerkraut…
Hey, don’t blame any of us, it was in the soil, the air, the rain and the sun. Isn’t that where music has always been? ~ passing on the wind, the music of the Si… ;-)
‘Wurst’ not ‘Wurts’ ~
Thanks ‘oldstrings’, for catching that one. I’m still a bit droopy eyed this evening…
The seed to this is here ~
Key signature: A Major ~ G in this case
Submitted on September 26th 2007 by Merry-Hielander.
Hey oldstrings, it wasn’t me. It was swisspiper… I cut and pasted it from a comment he’d made and just trusted it was OK. Wurst luck eh? You’d think he’d know better… He must have been tired… ;-)
My friends mom used to prepare sauerkraut by cooking it in molsasses or some kind of sugar and it was delicious. The burying of the cabbage was for preserving it and then it would be prepared lots of ways. Corned beef, bolied with potatoes, stuffed cabbage, witha pork roast.
My grandmother used to yell… Great ! Great! when she heard music she liked…
I thought you might do something with my buried cabbage "c", and you have prepared a tasty dish!
It reminds me of The Manchester Rambler, who was no doubt a confirmed fan of bangers and mash.
"The Manchester Rambler" ~ you mean the song, Ewan MacColl’s little ditty? ~
I’m a rambler, I’m a rambler from Manchester way
I get all my pleasure the hard moorland way
I may be a wage slave on Monday
But I am a free man on Sunday ~
With the melody based on Haydn’s 94th symphony? :-D
I wanted to see anything german on this site…
And what could i find? Sauerkraut, Wurst und Kartoffelbrei! xD
Sauerkraut is delicious :P
I’m an addict to it too! We love our sauerkraut & miss Bock beers…
The dots have an unintended repeat ( :| ) - the ABCs have that corrected…