Have you ever been to a German deli, one out in the middle of nowhere?  No you say.  Well, come on, let’s go.

We’re going about 25 minutes from Rockport, traveling on 17 to 220, and it’s a beautiful day for a drive through the country.

Arriving at Morse’s,we find it crowded with people.  Despite its out of the way location, Morse’s is a destination.

This sign gives a hint as to what is inside.

There’s all that and so much more.

Sausages, so many to choose from,

and the meat and cheese section is so tempting that you’ll want to take one of everything away and, of course, the famed sauerkraut is a must.

The baked goods are irresistible

and after we’ve made all our selections there’s still time to go into the cozy restaurant where tantalizing servings of red cabbage, potato pancakes, reuben sandwiches, sausages  are fresh from the kitchen.

Morse’s is for sure a perfect Sunday afternoon outing.  I’m glad you are along.

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14 thoughts on “Sauerkraut & Bratwurst

  1. Hi Lulu,

    I love your first picture of the Fall leaves in the countryside. Just how I would imagine Maine to look. This German deli is so cute; what a wonderful way to spend the afternoon. Thanks for sharing and Happy Seasonal Sunday!

    Denise at Forest Manor

  2. Dh would be in brat heaven! I’ll have a Reuben light on the kraut!

    I posted an Amish Apple Crumb Bread recipe, perfect after all those brats!
    Hope you had a good Seasonal Sunday.

  3. You were doing Bratwurst and Sauerkraut and we were doing Santa Fe Tamales. They are both so yummy, don’t know which I would rather live without. I know Fred would say the Brats and Kraut are the winners!

  4. Morse’s is such a surprise to anyone driving on that road…especial once they are inside. You have to bring a cooler with you for all your purchases. By the way, I’m having fun catching up with everything I missed while on vacation.

    1. You’re right about Morse’s. I never anticipate buying so much, but I always come about with enough stuff to fill the back seat. Glad you’re back.

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