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12/22/2011

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A complete meal. Pork,cake and rum.Never knew that pork can be added in a cake. A way to celebrate during the holidays.

Cook

May I add another safety tip? Don't pour the booze directly from the bottle, but rather a seperate container with a measured amount. If someone bumps you (or worse) during the ouring or flaming operation, you won't spill/ignite the entire bottle.
-C.

Paul

Hi Melissa - On a completely different note, I made your cheese spaetzle recipe today - using the colander method - and loved it, though the colander method was a bit labor intensive and the spaetzle were more like little droplets than I'm used to. I'd like to buy a spaetzle maker and am wondering what kind you use. I see one that looks like a cheese grater with a sliding box to put the dough in and another far more expensive German-made one that looks like a potato ricer but is intended just for spaetzle. Any suggestions would be much appreciated! - Paul (ravanusa@yahoo.com)

Melissa

Hi Paul - funny you should ask about spaetzle makers. I have this one, below (called a Viennese sliding spaetzle maker in case the link fails), and thought is was no longer available, but a kind person wrote to me to tell me that it was. So here it is! So glad you enjoyed the recipe.

http://www.kitchenemporium.com/cgi-bin/kitchen/prod/38CO250.html

Cook- thank you for the added safety tip!! It's a great one.

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should ask about spaetzle makers. I have this one, below (called a Viennese sliding spaetzle maker in case the link fails), and thought is was no longer available, but a kind person wrote to

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