Dont' forget to leave some cookies and Homebrew out for Santa.
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Got about 2 foot here as well. MDDOT takes pretty good care of the roads. My driveway is clear and dry. The dogs are having a blast in this, except for the rathound, the snow is about 4X his height
I use the "belt AND suspenders" approach. I recirculate StarSan through my pump for about 5 minutes, then at the end of the boil I recirc boiling wort for 5-10 min.
I store my beers in the low 60s all the time. I have never noticed any detrimental effects, even after more than a year for >8%ABV brews.
Hey Capp - The Romanian stuffed cabbage is very similiar to Polish Golabki. I'll have to make my Baci's recipe and post it!
They are fantastic! Great with some good lagered beer.
What's inside em? That's fresh cabbage right? Not pickled?
Here's a similiar recipe. I like alot of fresh crushed tomato sauce and black pepper with mine.
Cabbage Rolls (Golabki)
1 head cabbage
1 lb. ground beef
1/2 lb. ground pork or veal (optional)
16 oz can tomato sauce
8 oz can tomatoes
2 cups cooked rice
1 onion finely chopped
2 Tbsp. margarine
Salt and pepper to taste
Remove the core from the cabbage. Put the cabbage in boiling water and remove the leaves as they soften. sauté the onions in the margarine for a short time. In a bowl add the onions, meat, rice, eggs and salt and pepper, mix this well.
Place about 2 Tbsp. Of the meat mixture in the center of a cabbage leaf and roll. Put the meat rolls in a large pot and pour the tomato sauce onto the rolls. Then squeeze tomatoes from can and arrange on top of the rolls. Simmer over low heat for 2 hours.