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phicks
Lakeland, FL
(Zone 9b)

December 4, 2008
4:48 PM

Post #5858120

I like it in my Apple Tea Paul
critterologist
Frederick, MD
(Zone 6b)

December 4, 2008
5:11 PM

Post #5858217

Does apple tea have dried apples in it? I'm intrigued...
phicks
Lakeland, FL
(Zone 9b)

December 4, 2008
5:13 PM

Post #5858225

yes
critterologist
Frederick, MD
(Zone 6b)

December 4, 2008
5:15 PM

Post #5858231

OK! Sounds good. :-)
docgipe
NORTH CENTRAL, PA
(Zone 5a)

December 8, 2008
3:38 PM

Post #5870516

Snitz and Nep...take one snitz grind it, add a slight pinch of cinnamon, stuff it in the radar oven and drink the makings with pleasure.
critterologist
Frederick, MD
(Zone 6b)

December 8, 2008
3:41 PM

Post #5870527

OK, Doc, what the heck is a "snitz?!"
docgipe
NORTH CENTRAL, PA
(Zone 5a)

December 8, 2008
5:59 PM

Post #5871068

Snitz = dried or dehydrated apple slices. Harr Har...thought you were a little Dutch. LOL You are going to have to dig into an old Pennsylvania Dutch cookbook or one from an old plain church group. Finding out what the Nep is shall require some research.
critterologist
Frederick, MD
(Zone 6b)

December 8, 2008
6:02 PM

Post #5871082

That's what I thought a "snitz" was... until you mentioned grinding it! You must dry your apple slices extra crispy. :-)

Nep is beyond me. It might be a word my mom knows... she grew up speaking "low german," which is not unlike Dutch (or at least not unlike the Pennsylvania-Dutch dialect).
EleanorZRuch
Hatfield, PA

December 7, 2009
3:20 PM

Post #7344587

From Pa. Dutch Hatfield, I suspected the spelling might be a challenge since we usually HEAR words rather than SEE the words. I looked online and found a recipe for "SCHNITZ UND KNEPP (Ham and Dried Apples with Dumplings) Schnitz und Knepp is an old Pennsylvania Dutch recipe meaning 'Apples and Buttons' with the dumplings being the buttons."

critterologist
Frederick, MD
(Zone 6b)

December 7, 2009
4:51 PM

Post #7344886

Apples & Buttons, I love it!

also...

"Doorbells and Sleighbells and Schnitzel with Noodles"

(from "My Favorite Things," The Sound of Music)
docgipe
NORTH CENTRAL, PA
(Zone 5a)

December 7, 2009
6:31 PM

Post #7345314

I'm reading between all the lines here. The knepp almost has to end up being the dumplings or the dough that made the dumplings.

I have eaten that ham with dried apple slizes and dumplings. The term schnitz und knepp is associated with many more dishes than ham. It can be a desert in its own right.

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