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sergeant of the kitchen, randy guetter prepares a plate of how he wants the German dinner to look when presented to the 120 ticket holders at the event. Volunteers, including Marci Hutchinson, right, helped Guetter prepare and serve the food.

RAISING A STEIN TO GERMAN FOOD

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Mike Guetter said that once he moved to Detroit Lakes in the 1970s, he couldn't find a good, authentic German meal anywhere.

But he also knew that with a population of 30 percent German-Bohemians in Becker County, there were other people around that would appreciate an authentic meal as well. He only had one problem.

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"We've got the people. One problem though, I'm an OK cook. Randy's excellent," he said of his cousin.

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