This was handed down through the German women of my family for many years and before it is forgotten I want to share it, so that it will live on. It was served during the holidays but quickly became as a side dish. Simple to make. An uncle of mine would come up from North Carolina during deer season and stop by my mom's home to get a hugh helping and then ask for some in a bowl to take with him for his hunting trip.
11.)In large kettle,medium high heat: mix together all liquids,spices and sugars. 2.)Bring to a boil for about 5 min. (stir during this time). 3.)take white bread and brake into pieces, place into hot liquids pressing bread down into hot liquid with a large spoon. Note:Do not mash bread just simply press it down. If you must stir do this slowly if you stir too much it will become mush. 4.)bring to a boil for about 5min...turn heat on low at this stage 5.) When bread becomes fluffy it is done. Garnish with a cinnomon stick.(optional) Best served slightly hot.)