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Put Some Kraut in Your Life

Contributed by Florian Hardwig on Sep 18th, 2018. Artwork published in
circa 1975
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    Put Some Kraut in Your Life 1
    Source: https://www.abebooks.com P Peterson Bookseller (edited). License: All Rights Reserved.

    This 32-page full color recipe booklet was published by the National Kraut Packers Association of St. Charles, Illinois in ca. 1975. The typeface used for the cover and the headings is Mierop Ginger Snap C, designed by Craig Mierop for Photo-Lettering, Inc.

    Recipes include: Reuben Sandwiches, Half Nelson Heron, Jolly German Triple Deckers, Turned On Chops ’n Kraut with baked Apple Bonus, Stout Hearted Kraut & Frankfurters, Cabbage & Kings Stew, Rah Rah Round Dogs, Red Letter Pheasant with Kraut, Roast Duck & Kraut, Ridge Runner Quail & Kraut casserole, Kraut Conquers All … Chocolate Cake, The Power of Pizza, I Scream You Scream for Lemony Kraut Ice Cream, and many more. — gatorgirl622

    Heroes & Krautwiches
    Source: https://www.etsy.com TrashCanDiva. License: All Rights Reserved.

    Heroes & Krautwiches

    Kraut, Pork & Apples
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    Kraut, Pork & Apples

    Kraut & Wursts
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    Kraut & Wursts

    Super Kraut. On the left: Some hand-rendered Ginger Snap.
    Source: https://www.etsy.com TrashCanDiva. License: All Rights Reserved.

    Super Kraut. On the left: Some hand-rendered Ginger Snap.

    Kraut Kraut Kraut Kraut
    Source: https://www.etsy.com TrashCanDiva. License: All Rights Reserved.

    Kraut Kraut Kraut Kraut

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    • Mierop Ginger Snap
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    1 Comment on “Put Some Kraut in Your Life

    1. Robert King says:
      Sep 24th, 2018  1:20 pm

      Every aspect of this is outrageously groovy. What a fun typeface—won’t someone please digitize this? I’m sure there would be a market for something this unique.

      Thanks for posting this treasure – I love it!

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