Ukrainian Christmas Eve is not only very rich in traditional foods prepared freshly that day, and shared by the family during the Christmas Eve 12 course meatless dinner,
So, there are only few more shopping days remaining until Christmas, and Hanukkah already began, but you are still running around looking for some great gift ideas. Also, your budget is running dry, yet the list is not complete….well you can always complete it with some great homemade gifts, or gifts from the heart.
Here are some ideas:
Sauerkraut is basically pickled cabbage. You either like it or hate it…I happen to love using sauerkraut in cooking and baking.
Not all sauerkraut tastes the same, so if you are not a big fan of it, maybe you should try different dishes prepared with this vegetable.
For this recipe I used really tasty sauerkraut….Bavarian style sauerkraut, which I purchased at Shop Rite, my local grocery.
It is so tasty, I can eat it just the way it is…right out of the jar…..has a slightly sweet taste..I highly recommend it.
I hope you are not getting bored with my garden posts….but as some of you already know…Autumn is my least favorite season.
Today I am showing off my sister’s Fall flowers, all the way from Krakow.
My thoughts and prayers are with all the people left behind, and the souls of the ones perished on that sad day of September 11th, 2001.
My heart is aching for my second cousin and his family, as they lost their oldest son that day, Scott Daniel Bart, who was working in the North Tower.