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ohhh that sounds lovely! whats the recipe. email@example.com
10/09/2009 - 9:51am
Might be too late for this year but my mother has been making a baked chicken, fresh cabbage and sauerkraut dish for years that she originally ran across in a small town Wisconsin restaurant many years ago. If interested in the recipe let me know.