Sauerkraut Sunday: The Monday Morning Breakfast Edition

Sauerkraut Sunday: The Monday Morning Breakfast Edition

I didn’t get to Sauerkraut Sunday yesterday because of an absolutely ridiculous day of work and school.  For the same reason I’m here at Charlotte-Douglas International Airport 2 .5 hours before my flight.  Unfortunately, unlike the helpful McDonald’s in the B Terminal of the Pittsburgh Airport (conveniently located right next to the gate usually used for CLT), there’s no breakfast around.  My hunger pangs got me thinking, can you eat Sauerkraut for breakfast?  I asked Google and found my way over to a Pittsburgh blog that provided an emphatic yes.  Carla of Bring to a Boil (apparently a retired blog), has directions on how to make a sauerkraut, mushroom, onion and garlic frittata.  I know, it sounds terrible, but the picture at the end does make it look worth a try if your culinary skills permit a frittata.

Now on to the real purpose of Sauerkraut Sundays… As I go through the week, I use Twitter to send out little updates and links.  I realize that I do this quite a bit and that not all of you use Twitter, so with that in mind I’d like to take Sunday to do sort of a week in review.  I’ve selected the most useful of my tweets from the last week and placed them in to the categories that I use in this blog.

Pittsburgh AND Startups/Social Media!!!

  • Planning to attend online! RT @littlebirdiecom: Back at #pcpgh5 for day 2. Excited about my session on Hootsuite today at 11 in the Hub!
  • The internet took care of the largest problem word of mouth marketing had, scale. #PCPGH
  • RT @CSwankRivals: “Twitter is not Facebook. It’s not about following your friends.” Gosh, I love this session. #pcpgh5
  • OH at #PCPGH “The Internet is full of high 5’s, I respect the guy who can throw up a middle finger.”


  • Headed to the airport at 4:30. Been a while since I’ve done that.

Social Media

  • In Stream Advertisement on Facebook…. I give it three weeks before Facebook moves to kill this.


  • Groupon Spam, this is a blow that could be hard for the company to recover from.

Unsolicited Advice

Other (Mostly Humorous/Interesting Comments from the Week)