Tuesday, January 6, 2009

In German it is KNODEL

I noticed on several family blogs pictures and the mention of our strange Christmas dinner. Cousin Ray said it was handed down by oral tradition and I feel a little guilty becasue I have the original instructions from my grandmothers hand. They are sparse but adaquate. I also have her notes telling how many she made and what she would do differently the next year. One other thing, we all seem to call it something different. Grandma called it Tomatoe Knodel (with " over the o, but I don't know how to get my computer to do that.


heidi jo said...

what a PRICELESS heirloom... just precious.

Doni Brinkman said...

So cool we have that. Weird spelling though LOL.