A celebration of sausage in NE Mpls.

A 100-year-old technique used at Kramarczuk's is attracting Minnesota sausage lovers from around the state to the Third Annual Kramarczuk's Kielbasa Festival in northeast Minneapolis Saturday. Three generations of sausage makers have defined the tradition that's been around for 58 years and has become a wildly popular item at Target Field.
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A 100-year-old technique used at Kramarczuk's is attracting Minnesota sausage lovers from around the state to the Third Annual Kramarczuk's Kielbasa Festival in northeast Minneapolis Saturday. Three generations of sausage makers have defined the tradition that's been around for 58 years and has become a wildly popular item at Target Field.

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