For this class, I want to teach you what I have learned from the great chefs I had the chance to cook with. I learned how to make this dish a long time ago but it is still one of my favorites!
Alsace’s most traditional dishes are a blend of German and French influences. One of these dishes that I have learned is called “choucroute Alsacienne”, which means Alsatian sauerkraut.
Like many French dishes, the roots of choucroute Alsacienne are its economic value. “Peasant food” offers a lot of great recipes, and this one is no exception. Smoked pork, ham, hot dogs, and German sausages are examples of cheap foods that peasants would prepare for their meals. This Saturday, we will be traveling back in time and cook a traditional peasant dish.
Also on the menu Beet Salad with Orange Dressing and Feta Cheese.

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Ingredient list Sauerkraut-Beet Salad.docx

Ingredient list October 22nd 2016.docx

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Suggested kitchen equipment October 22nd 2016.docx
Sauerkraut with Charcuterie-Oven Roasted Beet Salad with Feta Cheese
$5.00 / 30 days
$15.00 / month
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Author: Cooking Live