|Fresh kielbasa sauerkraut and spicy mustard|
When Sara and I first visited J.Betski's on a packed Friday night, a long wait for a table (our fault for not making reservations) and constant phone calls from work made for a stressful dining experience. Yet despite the constant distractions we still were treated to a wonderful meal. Sara was anxious to go back and satisfy her Polish heritage.
Sara is a huge fan of kielbasa, but unfortunately for us our kielbasa typically comes from Hillshire Farms. It didn't take away any of our enjoyment of eating kielbasa, but we still didn't know what it was like to taste a fresh, handmade kielbasa. Being too hungry for manners, I quickly sliced a piece of the sausage as Sara was still getting situated. The casting had a wonderful bite to it and played well with the graininess of the spicy mustard. The flavors popped with each chew, and wonderful seasonings finished with the flavor of the spicy mustard.
|Duck breast, potato pancakes, orange slices and blackberry sauce|
|Pork schnitzel, Austrian Potato and dill cucumber salads, lingonberries|
|Local peach and cheese strudel|
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