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Baba's Kitchen: Slovak & Rusyn Family Recipes & Traditions Paperback – June 1, 2005
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It's rather sad today as the old country traditions fade that, for many of us, we only have the memories of the wonderful dishes our immigrant Slovak grandparents prepared during the Christmas and Easter seasons. I often wish I had learned their recipes so our family might ocassionally celebrate their memories through the meals they prepared.
If indeed my reminiscing has caught your eye or if you have ever wondered what authentic Slovak homestyle cooking is, then you cannot pass up getting a copy of Lisa Alzo's cookbook: Baba's Kitchen. This little book is full of recipes of foods that my Slovak grandmother cooked when I was growing up. Within hours of receiving my the book, I was so pleased that I ordered copies for all of my relatives [a stocking stuffer!].
In this cookbook you will find, exactly like grandma used to make, holubky [stuffed cabbage], bobalky [little dough balls often mixed with sauerkraut and served at the Christmas eve dinner],ceregi [Slovak donuts], haluski [noodles and cabbage, pirohi [Slovak "ravoli" filled with cheese or prune filling] and many, many more recipes. It's also nice to finally be able to spell the dishes we often spoke so fondly of.Read more ›