Is being a Kroll’s lady in my future?

Mike, Cheyenne and I had dinner at Krolls tonight.  I was seriously craving some knoephla soup and Krolls is the knoephla soup place.  It has been awhile since I have been to Krolls.  I typically only get there maybe twice a year.  I have to be in the knoephla zone and for some reason that is a sporadic occurrence.  But when I want it – I WANT IT - and there is no satisfactory substitute.

I am not sure if Krolls recently changed their menus or if I just never noticed the photo on the front before.  I noticed the photo on the menu tonight though and I believe the universe was trying to communicate something to me.  Meet the new Kroll’s ladies – Carol and Eileen.

Eileen & Carol
Check it out online…

Hmmmm…Carol and Eileen – my given name and my adopted labyrinthitis name. What exactly are you trying to tell me universe?  Are you saying I am becoming a Kroll’s lady?  OMG – SEROUSLY?  God love the Kroll’s ladies, but I do not want to grow up to be one.  That’s it – no more knoephla for me for a long while…perhaps until Krolls get new ladies with different names. ;-)

One thousand one hundred and ninety-eight of the new forty – obla di obla da

Ms. C

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I teach at NDSU...but I remain a student of life with all the enthusiasm that entails. My favorite saying is, "Sometimes you have to take the leap and build your wings on the way down." In the new forty that is what I am doing...building my wings.
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3 Responses to Is being a Kroll’s lady in my future?

  1. katherine says:

    You’re safe! Knoephla will not do you in.

  2. Kevin says:

    Was it good? There are so many ways to make that. My favorite is still dumplings, with frozen bread dough. Yes frozen bread dough, take frozen bread dough out at night, put in fridge, cut into 5 or 6 pieces, (the next morning) before cooking, put in elec fry pan, after you put in potatoes on half of the pan, with 2 cups water and a teaspoon of salt, bring to boil, then add dough, and a heavy smoked piece of sausage. Cook for about a half hour, If you like the burned type, which I do, eat that side, if you dont like no dark eat the side the potatoes are under, after the water is boiled out, remember keep on the lid so that takes about a half hour, turn off heat, open cover slowly, hope they dont flop, then pour cream on side, after mixing dumplings a bit, then put lid back on and turn up heat again, til the cream turns dark. OMG it dont get better then that. And my son makes awesome cheese buttons.

  3. Avatar of None None says:

    If you eat at hooters maybe you’ll become a hooters girl. Try it for a week you might like it

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