Day 95

Fort Sauerkraut

June 29th, 2010

A critical link in our nation's Strategic Condiment Defense System.


  1. Lois says:

    Apparently the original was built of sod! and was only occupied a couple of weeks:

  2. Kerin says:

    Sound the alarm! Colonel Mustard is in the library with a candlestick.

  3. Steph says:

    This is hilarious!

  4. John in MI says:

    And I think Camp Spare Ribs is on the left.

  5. Jeff says:

    H O T Dog….batman!

  6. Becky says:

    NO WAY.


  7. Kevin from NC says:

    Designed to turn raw cabbage into lean, mean, fighting sauerkraut.

  8. Mike in Phoenix, AZ says:

    ‘Where ordinary cabbage is turned into a strong ally.’

    General Frank Footer
    Condiment Commander

  9. Craig E. (Pennsylvania) says:

    I have to wonder if Matt’s potential book will rival Edwin Way Teale’s output?

    (1947) Teale and his wife Nellie set off in their black Buick for a 17,000-mile (27,000 km) roadtrip. They headed first to the Florida Everglades, then zigzagged northward following the advance of spring. Teale wrote about the adventure in North with the Spring. The book was followed by three others on the North American seasons: Journey Into Summer, Autumn Across America, and Wandering Through Winter, which won the Pulitzer Prize for General Non-Fiction in 1966.”

    • Candice in Alabama says:

      Gosh – don’t I have enough on my “to read” list! Well – here comes 4 more additions to it! :)

  10. JP says:

    I heard all about this during my days at the Utility Muffin Research Kitchen!

  11. Kelley in FL says:

    This was too funny for my German heritage to overlook…here is some more background:

  12. Craig (Yeah in NC!) says:

    That’s not only a new one on me…. it’s freakin “the bomb!”
    Made my day after a long hard day of work.
    Thanks guys!

  13. Rachel O. says:

    LOL. Thanks for the laugh.

  14. mindy says:

    yes, lol

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