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Kanipp,knipp,knipf, ganip?
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deadcarp    Posted 02-08-2004 at 16:27:02       [Reply]  [No Email]
okay i don't know how to spell it but i had some and need a recipe. the (german) guy said he boiled a pork roast, boned it and ground it coarse, then dumped the meat back in, made it juice and all into oatmeal, sliced off and fried patties of it for breakfast. what was that stuff? what did i like? :)


LesWV    Posted 02-08-2004 at 21:28:52       [Reply]  [Send Email]
Deadcarp
I read that kanipp,knipp,knipf, ganip and thought that maybe you had been rolling around in Catnip and was tring to spit up a hairball..




deadcarp    Posted 02-09-2004 at 04:38:11       [Reply]  [No Email]
nope none yet but come to think of it we did get in a new batch of catnip :)

reminds me of that joke -
johnny's eyes are all puffy so the preacher sez "well johnny i see you have a cold"
johnny goes "SNORK - can't see it now can ya?"


ret    Posted 02-08-2004 at 17:23:33       [Reply]  [No Email]
In parts of Iowa, the germans cooked a beef roast, ground it real fine, added oatmeal and onions, and spiced it up with alspice and pepper. They called it rinderwurst. You could buy it in a ring or in bulk. Darn good with eggs in the morning. It is a local thing, lots of germans never heard of it
REt


peni    Posted 12-02-2005 at 10:20:49       [Reply]  [Send Email]
this is made with hamburger and oatmeal,yes served at breckfast.
cloves also in this recipe, i have some one who makes it for me but will not give out recipe?
would like this, its in my heritage,parents are gone and can not give me the recipe. thank you.


Barb    Posted 12-25-2006 at 22:41:44       [Reply]  [Send Email]
December 25,2006
My Polish son-in-law got a book on making sausage for Christmas. It reminded me of my grandfather's Rinderwurst. He was a butcher and made it in bulk to sell at Hartmann's Foodmart in Steger, IL. It was a Christmastime treat (too many calories the rest of the year). It was made in a log, not a casing and was fried up and heaped on white bread. Here is the recipe:

100 lbs. beef(flank and chuck)
4 oz. allspice
2 1/2 oz. black pepper
1 oz. cinnamon
1 oz. nutmeg
1 oz. thyme
20 oz. salt
2 1/2 lbs. Old Fashioned Quaker Oats

I am going to reduce it and experiment with it. I still remember how it is supposed to taste. Good luck if you decide to try it.


Brandy    Posted 05-08-2008 at 09:36:31       [Reply]  [Send Email]
It's called Rinderwurst Sausage, and I'm happy to have the recipe now!! Thanks!! Paulina Market in Chicago sells it, so does the Walt's in Crete, IL.


James Stadt    Posted 01-02-2008 at 08:04:43       [Reply]  [Send Email]
I am from GRANT PARK and have been relocated to Mobile Alabama

I was young but I think we bought your sausage and made it for Breakfast.

We all love the stuff!!!!



Jean Lawrence    Posted 02-05-2008 at 13:25:29       [Reply]  [Send Email]
My stepfather and mother live in Grant Park. Just today was talking about my grandfather and mother making rinderwrust breakfast sausage she went looking for the recipe and will make some.
On the way home I stop by the grocer in Beecher an sure enough they had some they had made ,smelled just like grandpa's,hope it taste the same.
I visited Germany last year,but mom couldn't remember the name of the sausage. I'm going to back this spring to visit my daughter, will ask a new German lady I met,if she has a recipe, it may match grandpa's being he was from germany.


deadcarp    Posted 02-09-2004 at 04:46:40       [Reply]  [No Email]
now that sounds pretty close and it could be local - has a rubbery consistency sorta like gramma's headcheese. :)
the local finns make a darn good mojakka (fish head stew) but nobody in finland heard of it.


Ron/PA    Posted 02-08-2004 at 16:45:09       [Reply]  [No Email]
Sounds an awful lot like scrapple, or ponhaus.


steve19438    Posted 02-08-2004 at 17:01:53       [Reply]  [Send Email]
a gourmets delight! i like mine with apple butter, yum!


toolman    Posted 02-08-2004 at 16:30:01       [Reply]  [No Email]
hey DC be careful there didn,t you see that german guy that was eating people , sometime ya can,t be too careful ya know.


Aprille    Posted 02-09-2004 at 03:29:38       [Reply]  [Send Email]
Hmm..are u talkin about a Kinish?? Jewish Pastry using Potato or Meat..sometimes both..ummm..think I spelled it wrong but don't have that hairball thang happenin'..


deadcarp    Posted 02-09-2004 at 04:41:34       [Reply]  [No Email]
nope we had that overseas and it was different.


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