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Old 12-04-2007, 09:40 AM   #11
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Yup, it is very close to stuffed cabbage.... at least the CC we made
last night was! Also very close to what I remember the taste of
grandma's hamburger "goulash". YAYYYYYY, because I have been looking
for that "taste" for a long long time. :) :)
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Old 12-04-2007, 10:39 AM   #12
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lol lefse. i was joking.

i wish i had a vampire smiley.
the carpathian mountains of eastern slovakia and romania are where vlad tepesch, or dracula, was from.

not surprisingly my wife's relatives also are from there.
oh gosh, no biggie buckster. I think I was poisoned by it not long ago. < no really.
my mil had garlic oil and onion oil in her pantry I remember. we used that in this dish. since, and not long ago, I found Durkee garlic extract and onion extract. I bought them both, not being able to resist. haven't used them, but maybe some day will.
so your wife's of vampire descent then?
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So would you say this is mostly the flavor of stuffed cabbage, just not stufffed?
Stuffed cabbage is yummy!!
never thought of it that way and my vote would be no, not really, cause the cabbage just sort of disappears into the background. All I can say is very comforting food. Great flavor without a lot of fussiness.
Long ago in one of the really old BH&G cookbooks there was a recipe for Italian style spaghetti made of all things with cream of mushroom soup and I think even a tad of soy sauce or was it Worchestershire sauce, I get those two confused, anyway, it was so easy, so basic and so good, sort of like an old version of Bolognese in flavor. Anyway, some times the best recipes are the ones with the least amount of trouble for the best results. I'll have to look for that in one of my four old BH&G cookbooks. If anyone finds it first, feel free to let me know again what's in it.
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Old 02-13-2008, 09:21 PM   #13
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Thumbs up Carpathian Cabbage

A Hit! Thank you LEFSEover and Katie E. I melded your recipes this week for daughter and her family. When she goes back for a big second helping you know you have something, and she did and we do! She said, "that's something I could eat alot of!" and she did.

Thanks for a big winner.
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Both recipes sound great! I'd add extra garlic ( sorry Bucky!!)
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Both recipes sound great! I'd add extra garlic ( sorry Bucky!!)
Amen. A day without garlic is like a day without.....
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Old 02-14-2008, 12:11 AM   #16
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guy what a terrific thing, I am so pleased that it was well received.
I love this dish, always have, always will. it's too easy some would say, too simple, but for me/us, I find it to be comfort, pure comfort.

all I can say is YEAH!!!!!!!
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Old 02-16-2008, 12:40 PM   #17
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Would you believe I've never heard of this? Sounds like a good recipe to try.
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Old 02-19-2008, 12:56 PM   #18
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Would you believe I've never heard of this? Sounds like a good recipe to try.
not only is it good, but really a comfort meal. for those who don't care for cabbage, you may like this anyway. also, it's a meal where you usually always have all the ingredients on hand...
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Old 02-07-2012, 07:53 PM   #19
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I'd forgotten how good this was.
it's what's for dinner tonight
rain sleet even snow = a blazing fire and heartwarming dinner.
glad I decided against my husbands favorite gyoza's with dipping sauce, they have 6 ingredients in common.
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Old 02-07-2012, 08:10 PM   #20
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Ooh, missed this one. C&P, thanks!
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