Nice enough to get the grill up and running, Spring isn’t far away! Anyway I had a grilled Honeysuckle White Turkey Brat. Served it on an Aunt Millie’s Whole Grain Hot Dog Bun topped with French’s Brown Spicy Mustard. As a side had Kraft/Velvetta 2% Shells and Cheese. Will finish up with a piece of Sugar Free Angel Food Cake later!
I was dragging all day so I wanted something easy to fix for dinner tonight. I had a Honeysuckle Turkey Brat on an Aunt Millie’s Whole Grain Hot Dog Bun. I fixed two of them, one extra for lunch Saturday, and they are real easy to fix. Use a medium size skillet with a tablespoon of Extra Virgin Olive Oil and heat until they are browned on all sides. Used Aunt Millie’s Whole Grain Buns and French’s Brown Mustard for a topping. Had a side of Joan of Arc Brand Chili Beans. Added a few dashes of Frank’s Red Hot Sauce and Jack Daniels Smoked Honey BBQ Sauce and heated. All done and time for dinner! Sorry no pictures today camera on the blink.
Cincinnati is proud of its German heritage and during the months of August and September, the entire city celebrates the German tradition of Oktoberfest with not just one but three festivals taking place in and around the city. Possibly more beer, bratwursts and potato pancakes are consumed in Cincinnati during Oktoberfest than in any other city in the country.
Oktoberfest Zinzinnati, 18-19 September 2010
Oktoberfest Zinzinnati claims to be the second largest Oktoberfest in the world which would make it second only to the world-famous celebrations in Munich. The festival has been held in downtown Cincinnati since 1976 and has grown steadily over the years. Today, it covers an area of six city blocks, from Race Street to Broadway, devoted to German music, food and beer. Over 500,000 people attended Oktoberfest Zinzinnati in 2009.