Sauerbraten & potato dumplings for dinner.

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    Tres leche cake for dessert.

    I've never had sauerbraten, hoping it turns out edible. I've been marinading it since Friday noon.
     
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    My grandmother used to make it...been a long time since i've had it
     
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    Well I made it and it was definitely edible. The potato dumplings, so-so, I'd prefer regular dumplings or regular potatoes.

    Actually, I prefer regular roast, too. But the smell is OUTSTANDING.

    I even made the gravy using gingersnap cookie crumbs. It was interesting, pretty sour. Again, the smell is great...but I prefer my regular roast gravy.

    I also made red cabbage and homemade rolls, which my daughter and guest REALLY liked.

    The cake was killer.

    I'm glad I made it, I hear people rave about sauerbraten all the time, now I'll know what they're talking about. But my plain roast is still better.
     

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