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Sunday, 31 January 2010

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Gastronomer

Long live the Wendish! What a very cool find.

RONW

guud find.

Nerdette

NOM NOM NOM Totally going to check the Wendish cuisine out. Those soups look so tasty!

yujinha

looks delicious,...

Rachel @ boots in the oven

Thanks! Nom nom noodles.

Chuck, from the Texas Wendish Heritage Society

Next time you're in Giddings (or, more likely, just passing through) drive the seven or so miles to the Wendish Museum in Serbin (a mile west of Country Road 448). If you make it on a Monday morning, perhaps Hattie, Evelyn, and Irene will let you watch them make the noodles (using farm fresh, range free eggs). We might even sell you some Wendish (Sorbish) pickles made by some Wends (Sorbs) who went to LA after the East German communists took over their family's pickle factory. And if you didn't bring your own stash, Reba's (in Giddings) makes their chicken noodle soup from the same noodles that you bought there.

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