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March 04, 2012


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5 Star Foodie

A wonderful dish! How special to have this recipe from your great-grandma!

Kiri W.

Mmm, looks perfect! Since I grew up in Germany, this is definitely something I know well :)

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What an interesting recipe. I never thought that there will be such a thing. Good Job

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I think this recipe is really for this valentine thanks.

Marc @ NoRecipes

That looks great! I'm curious about the walnut oil. Does it add a a walnut flavor to the finished dish?


This looks fabulous! I've been looking for a recipe, and this one absolutely fits the bill! Quite frankly, I just want a permanent seat at your table ;-)


Cabbage is one of my fav. ingredients....This looks yummy.


I always love recipes with bacon, looks delicious

Natasha - 5 Star Foodie

This red cabbage sounds fantastic! I love the apple & raisins here! Thank you so much for sharing such a special family recipe!


This sounds so wonderful. Awesome family story to go along with it!

Kathy Gori

lovely, both the cabbage and Selma!


What a lovely recipe. It's interesting to find out how some recipes get started and get handed down to future generations.

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