'Dutch' pork and sauerkraut

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Jeff Hoover

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The cool weather is starting to move in, and the comfort foods of winter are on my mind. One of my favorites, pork and sauerkraut. Being part German, I'm very partial to this meal.

I first seared the roast in olive oil, garlic, and minced onion. Once browned, I put in the sauerkraut, taters, and seasoned with more garlic and minced onion, and seasonal.
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Pork loins being seared in olive oil, garlic, and onion. Rolls waiting to rise.
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Pork loins, taters, and 'kraut ready for a bake !

I put to bake in the oven at 350 degrees for about 75 minutes. Rolls were also put in with pork.
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Out of the oven and looking good ! Smells even better.
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Grub ready to be devoured.
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One of my favorites, pork loin bisquit with sauerkraut.
Lastly, my daughter made Halloween cupcakes
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As you can see, it was a wonderfull meal, enjoyed by all.
 

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I'm telling you, that meal looks great......except for the sauerkruat, I cannot eat that stuff, when I was little, growing up in Ohio my dad would make us kids eat some sauerkruat for Newyears Day, I absolutely hated it, I'd put it in my mouth & when dad wasn't looking I'd stick it in my pocket! :wink: I still can't even stand the smell of it & I only like 1 or 2 people who eat it! :D

Dick
 

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Great looking meals here. And Jeff, seeing as you are part German, how about some good Brats?
Sixshot; I hope you still like me,, I enjoy a GOOD sauerkraut, (it has to be a good type,) at times. BTW; how do you feel about good German Brats?
 

Jeff Hoover

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Hey Dick ! You say rootbeer gives you a good belly wash, well...... sauerkraut does the same thing, only more so, and a little deeper.......

contender, I like brats, but not as much as some good kilbasa..... I make a mean 3 bean 'chili' with hamburg and grilled kilbasa...... After that meal, it's like a scene out of 'Blazing Saddles' :D :D :roll: :roll: :lol: :lol:
 

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I have on a couple of occasions put a layer of pork chops in the bottom of the Dutch oven, then a layer of sauerkraut with some brown sugar on top. Then another layer of chops and another layer of sauerkraut and brown sugar. I think I used 3 layers and it turned out quite well. It was before cameras were invented, and way before I even heard of or knew Sixshot.
 

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sixshot":1p6g1r92 said:
Bring on the brats, bring on the kilbasa......but don't give me any saurkraut, there's no room left in my pockets!! :cry:

Dick

Hay Dick I'll take your portion of the saurkraut, I love the stuff.

Contender, Bring on the brats and beer. When will it be ready. Don't forget the good German brown spicy musturd.
Bill

Man, you guys are making me hungry. :D
 

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I had some of the best brats I've ever found last night, (again,) at this little Austrian B&B that also has a small restaurant. They had them in a very good kraut, along with a few other things. I feasted like a little pig. Once I found this place, and their food, I've been very happy. Unfortunately, Miss Penny is a bit more "picky" about her food, so when we go,, we pay dearly for a dinner for 2. It costs us about $75-$85 for us to enjoy a dinner there. And that's w/o any beir!
 

Quietdood

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Looks amazing. Did you pick anything in particular to drink with that? (nudge)
Sam Adams Octoberfest (Oktoberfest is the correct spelling) comes to mind. Sam Adams puts it out this time of year and it's pretty tasty. Prost!
 

wickerbill

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contender":7h1iymcx said:
I had some of the best brats I've ever found last night, (again,) at this little Austrian B&B that also has a small restaurant. They had them in a very good kraut, along with a few other things. I feasted like a little pig. Once I found this place, and their food, I've been very happy. Unfortunately, Miss Penny is a bit more "picky" about her food, so when we go,, we pay dearly for a dinner for 2. It costs us about $75-$85 for us to enjoy a dinner there. And that's w/o any beir!

Yep, we have a real good German resterant in the next town and they have some fantastic food. Think I'll go tonight.
Bill
 

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