Yup! In my Polish family that's basically how we make kluski: fry the dumplings in bacon fat and butter with crumbled bacon and sauerkraut. Absolutely delicious.Haluski is another one I'm not sure a lot of people know about outside of Amish country. Over in Gopnik land it's a kind of potato dumpling, but in my neck of the woods it's kluski noodles and cabbage fried in butter. When I make it I usually fry the cabbage and noodles in bacon fat and eat it with crumbled bacon and a couple spoonfuls of cottage cheese on top.
I'll have to try it with sauerkraut. My grandma always chopped up boiled cabbage left over from making pigeons for her haluski, and I usually cook down raw cabbage for mine because I'm too lazy to make pigeons.Yup! In my Polish family that's basically how we make kluski: fry the dumplings in bacon fat and butter with crumbled bacon and sauerkraut. Absolutely delicious.
I like a couple sweet gherkins with a spoonful of Jif each. It's too much for a full sandwich, though. It's like candy corn where I love the first piece and the tenth is revoltingly sweet.People look at me funny for it sometimes but I love me a jalapeno pineapple pizza. Peanut Butter Pickle sandwiches are also good. Green olives in tonic water also. Worst or weirdest though was probably when I decided to get smashed on Jameson and Milk, don't do it. Ever.