Project 365: 307/365

Day 307 (1 of 1)

 

Project 365: 307/365 Wurstbraten

Wurstbraten in Walburg, TX has been a family tradition for about 27 years now.  It’s a fundraiser held by Zion Lutheran Church in Walburg every year.  They sell plates of sausage with sauerkraut, sweet potatoes, green beans and of course white bread.  They also will sell sausage by the pound.  It’s been held for 41 years now by the church.  They make their own sausage every year for it.  We’ve been buying sausage there for years now.  After you get your plate, you then go sit at long tables in the gym and have the opportunity to buy homemade desserts such as cherry pie.  We started going back when I was three years old.  In fact, it was the last meal my mother ate before she gave birth to my brother the next day.  (It’s not any wonder that my brother loves going!)  It’s always held on the first Monday of November every year.  This year, I went with my parents and all three of us tortured my brother (who lives in L.A.), by sending him pictures of our food.  Here’s a few more shots from the evening.  Zion Lutheran is also a school, so two of the pictures are responses from 3rd graders in regards to what they would do if they were president.  I particularly enjoy the Disney World comment!

Wurstbraten 2012 (1 of 5)

The road to Walburg, check out that line of cars.

Wurstbraten 2012 (3 of 5)

Homemade Cherry Pie

Wurstbraten 2012 (4 of 5) Wurstbraten 2012 (5 of 5)

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