Minneapolis, July 4th 2010
Okay, the Minnesota Twins lost yesterday! (Darn it.) That didn’t stop me from enjoying a trip to the new ball park. Wow! It was fantastic to be outside again. What a great new stadium.
When the smells from all the vendors hit me it was time to take note of what was cookin’. Immediately I was overjoyed to see that a local delicatessen and restaurant has stands throughout the stadium. They are selling their sausages. I have eaten at Kramarczuk’s many times. Love the sauerkraut, soups, piroshkys, cakes, and atmosphere. It’s a favorite place for comfort food for me. Sometimes there are concerts too.
Don’t be shy. Check them out at the ball park or at their place over Nordeast, where you can grab lunch or fresh meats for the grill.
“Every sausage, every loaf of bread, and every piroshky is still made by hand from scratch, with the finest and freshest ingredients. In fact, the incorporation of quality and tradition in every product we sell is not only the standard; it has become a promise to our customers.” http://www.kramarczuk.com/index.html
Eat locally! You won’t regret it.