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2 Large Yellow Sweet Onions Caramelized in butter.

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One pound Farms Ham cubed added

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It is currently simmering at a low heat.

The final dish is home made Kase Spatezel.

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The final dish is home made Kase Spatezel.

One of the dish's that I miss along with a Weizen mit Zitrone grin

Looks great Len

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HOLY COW!!! that is making my chest hurt right now. Does look good tho, i would be willing to make it one night my wife is traveling.

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Too bad they don't have a drooling smiley laugh Looks great!!

HA! I LOVE IT!

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The cheese comes in couple hours.

Bake for half an hour.

Served with Blau Kraut and German Beer.

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The neighbors heard the UMPA music and knew I cooked

again and the pan was empty very quickly.

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SPATEZEL (GERMAN NOODLES)

4 eggs

2 c. flour

Little water

3 or 4 tbsp. melted butter

Salt

Celery salt

Onion powder

Beat eggs; add flour and just a little water to make a very stiff but smooth batter. Push batter through press or small colander into boiling water. Boil gently for a few minutes. Lift out of boiling water and rinse, under hot water; drain. Put in large bowl. Pour 3 or 4 tbsp. melted butter over noodles ; season with salt, celery salt and onion powder.

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i use what I have available.

The town i live in is tiny and the

nearest good store ....large selection of cheeses

is 62 miles away.

It tasted good the way it was. I typically use

some butter kase and some brick from New Glarus

when I make this recipe.

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