Writer Erin O'Brien comments on all things human.
Wow! And here I was thinking, "I shoulda had a V8!"
When I lived in Iceland a few years back they sold cat food that was called-I swear I am NOT kidding!-"Pussy."But, still, I don't think I could have talked myself into eating a can on You Tube.
The idea of making mixed drinks with a beverage advertised as a laxative is terrible in a very specific way.The missus keep using the word 'probiotic.' I bet Frank could get some mileage out of that one.
Last night, I dreamt I was a lawyer. I was wearing a pants suit and the pink sparkle hat. I didn't have any shoes on. I kept thinking, a person ought to have shoes on when a person addresses a jury.
Where would we be without google... http://www.Sauerkrautrecipes.comKraut Juice DelightServings: OneSubmitted by Jerome J Paich, Chicago, Illinois4 oz. Kraut juice16 oz. Tomato juice1 heaping tablespoon fresh horseradish1 teaspoon of Tobasco Pinch of saltStir well, no ice, serve very cold Prep Time: Two minutes
Wonderful. Where are you now? Locked in the bathroom !!!
All I can say is "does it have enough salt in it?' Frank must of had a vendetta against someone to invent that....lol
Laughing out loud at the desk on this dreary winter morning. I'm not sure what I appreciate more, the killer hat or the notion of a jigger-ful of Frank's in the tequila concoction that gave rise to my "Limes" moniker. Thank you for the jump start!
That hat is terrible -- you should burn it now.
Happy Friday to you too, Hoose.
I saw that the other day when getting vodka mixer! I'm so glad you bought it before I did!Also, are you antagonizing me about twilight on formspring? I can take it. But I just have a feeling it's you.
Not me, Bridget. I don't know anything about formspring and I don't do anything anonymously--but kraut juice? Erin KNOW kraut juice, baby!In all fairness, I love sauerkraut and the juice was okay, but my fear was all that salt. Two servings per can with 1770 mg of sodium per serving--YIKES!
I think it would probably be good in latkes.OR ICE CREAM.
That hat is terrible -- you should burn it now.Oh, I dunno. It gets rightoids all twisted into retentive little knots. That's gotta be worth something.
This is why I continue to deny both my German heritage and my origins up the lake from you (Erie, Pa). The hat's a nice touch, though.
Nice editing job, which makes me wonder, did you buy two cans and drink it twice?
I LOVE the hat. Kraut juice...not so much.I think I'm retaining water just by writing the words "kraut juice."
One can, drank about 4 ounces (37 percent of my daily sodium intake, thank you very much). I am still trying to figure out iMovie and editing, but I'm gaining on it.I need a little cam other than the one on my regular cam so I can take the Erin Show on the road.Terrifying prospect, that.
Oh.. I didn't realize it was editing... I was wondering if you were having a little psychotic moment there Erin, what with the hat and lipstick and then (gentle gag) actually drinking the stuff! (Ok Ok big gag)... I don't think we have Kraut Juice up here in Canada... Hail Mary... wv: inkinfra ... thought I should share that.
I'm thinkin' Kraut juice soda pop. Imagine the damage we could do.
"It's sour... and it's kraut-y."I love you, Erin. I just love you.
I suspect the juice from a jar of Claussen dills would have been a lot more enjoyable.
I bet you could come up with a recipe using Kraut juice and this:http://www.baconnaise.com/
Does a person want to admit this? No a person does not want to admit this, but the truth is I always save the pickle juice (I cook my shrimp in beer and pickle juice with a few dribbles of hot sauce) and you will always always always find a jar of rendered bacon fat in my fridge.Drinking a can of sauerkraut juice was not that big a leap for your humble hostess, people.What can I say, I'm an Irish Hunky German. It's in my blood!
We save pickle juice and put cut up veggies in the jar. Carrots and celery work best. And we are snobs: we only buy Bubby's pickles. You'll find them in the refrigerated section....if you're lucky enough to find a store that carries them. They are truly the best!
Kraut juice and vodka. Garnish with a sour pickle chunk impaled on a toothpick. I call it the "Sergeant Schultz."
listen, interesting but it make a very good cream of kraut soup. my grandmothers recipe 50-50 mix of water and juice, 1 cup of milk, 2 tbsp flour, ham bone, 12 oz cubed ham, pinch of thyme and rotelli noodles. its a polish recipe from the days when they used everything. the juice was from the crock after the kraut was used up. it is actually very good. franks is the best brand. try it sometime. just dont scald the milk :)
Mike, I shall try it. Thanks for the tip.
I had to read that about 4 times before I realized it did NOT say "a very good ice cream of..."Cream of kraut soup sounds so much more appetizing than kraut ice cream...
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