Chris (tangerinpenguin) wrote in tacuinum,
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With the aid of an advance copy of fiannaharpar's menu for Saturday and USDA Home and Garden Bulletin 72: Nutritive Value of Foods, I've assembled approximate point counts for a number of the sideboard dishes. Note that despite the fondness of HG72 for extreme accuracy, this is more art than science, and numbers are at best approximate.

And, of course, none of this is officially sanctioned by Weight Watchers, owners of the Winning Points trademark.

Disclaimers out of the way, on to the numbers. In most cases, I give the numbers as (cal / fat / fiber / points) for the entire recipie as redacted, then something closer to one serving.

von Pasteden - whole pie: 2325 / 137 / 3 / 58 - 1/8 of a pie: 290 / 17 / 0.375 / 7

Pork Sausage - two links of commercial pork sausage (~4" x 7/8" uncooked): 96 / 8 / 0 / 2.5

Green Field Salad - assuming the dressing is just unadulterated juice in small quanties, effectively free

Genueser Torte - two whole pies: 3222 / 192 / 26 / 75 - 1/8 of a pie: 201 / 12 / 1.6 / 4.5

Rote Ruben - whole recipie: 478 / 0 / 0.4 / 9.5 - 1/8 of recipie: 60 / 0 / 0 / 1

Stuffed Chicken Wings - One 2.6 oz drumstick and 1/4 cup parsnips: 107 / 3.55 / trace / 2.5
oddly, HG72 doesn't list (not buffalo) chicken wings, and the recipie is vague about how much parsnip, so this is a complete swag.

Epffel Turten - whole pie: 1684 / 92 / 33 / 35 - 1/8 of a pie: 210 / 11 / 4 / 4.5

Sauerkraut w/Cooked Chicken - whole recipie: 1113 / 36 / 5.6 / 24.5 - 1/6 of recipie (N.B. not 1/8): 185.5 / 6 / 1 / 4
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