Oktoberfest takes place during the last two weeks of September and can be celebrated just about anywhere
With a little German polka music and soft pretzels with sweet mustard you can create the ambience of a typical German beer tent. I'm not much of a beer drinker but I do love bratwurst and sauerkraut and soft pretzels just can't be beat.
Well I just happened to take a trip to Aldi's yesterday and guess what met me just inside the front door.
Lots and lots of German made foods. So I bought them and will be having a little fest right here at home this week. I found my bratwurst, sauerkraut, pretzels, sweet mustard and even spatzle noodles.
There is German on both sides of our family. My DDH's great grandfather came from Germany and some of my ancestors on my Mom's side of the family were also German. I'm a mixed heritage for sure. At least 7 or 8 different European countries make up my roots
I put a little info in my other blog On the Bright Side about Octoberfest today so I won't go into a lot of detail about that but my grocery finds were so SUPER that I had to let you all know about it. If you have an Aldi's store you might want to have and Octoberfest too.
It is SUPER Saturday after all!