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Monday, December 28, 2009

HOMEMADE SAUSAGES WITH GARLIC MASHED POTATO AND HOMEMADE PICKLE




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11 comments:

  1. Un adevarat festin romanesc de sarbatori!
    Felicitari pentru carnaciori, eu nu am mai avut timp sa fac acasa!Si mi-au lipsit...
    In schimb, butoiul de muraturi si varza murata, plus ghiveciul cu leustean stau la loc de cinste in garaj, respectiv patio!
    Sarbatori cu bine!La multi ani!

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  2. tartoras, sarbatori cu bine si la tine si La Multi Ani! Si eu pun muraturi dar nu la butoi , ci borcane mai mari(varza murata taiata pe jumate)iar la mine leusteanul nu vrea sa prinda sub nici un fel de nici un fel, nici din seminte nici din radacina; gasesc uscat la niste marketuri asiatice sub numele de FENU GREEK; la mine nu este ciorbita fara leustean!
    mai vorbim, pa pa pa

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  3. Hi Nina, your sausage looks so yummy. I am a sucker for all sausages, wish you another fruitful new year!

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  4. I'm drooling with your sausages!! It remembers me the chorizo here looks scrumptious :)

    Happy and Sweet New Year 2010!!

    Cheers,

    Gera

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  5. Hi Nina!

    I'm so glad I found your wonderful blog to day. Your sausages looks so good! My husband and I was thinking of trying to make our own sausages this Christmas, however I got a bad flu before Christmas and had to drop it.

    I'm looking forward to read more from your recipes.

    I wish you a Marry Christmas and a Happy New Year!

    Hug from Norway,

    Anette Willemine

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  6. Va doresc un an nou bun si plin de impliniri, am salivat langa carnaciorii tai, ce bine arata, ma bucur ca te-am descoperit. Sarbatori fericite in continuare.

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  7. Sausages look yummy! My husband is asking for the recipe, he would be able to eat the screen now.

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  8. Hi Kenny, good to know that; thanks for the lovely wishes! same to you dear!

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  9. Hi Gera!
    Sorry for making you drool; chorizo is a mexican kind of sausage and the taste is totally different.
    Happy and Sweet New Year 2010 to you and your family too! XO

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  10. Hello Anette from Norway!
    Thank you very much for following my blog and lovely comment. Sorry you got sick on Christmas time. Hope you feel better now and ready to make your own sausages. I'm going to post the recipe soon, so get busy...hehehe...
    Happy New Year to you and your loved ones!

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  11. Hi Ljilja, I know exactly what you mean, the recipe is coming soon!
    XO

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