These Are Not Pierogies
They may look like pierogies, but they’re not. They’re pockets of goodness to tickle your tastebuds. Why the name change? I’ve decided that I shouldn’t call anything I make by its original name because that makes it too easy for picky eaters to say they don’t like it. So you may have had pierogies, but you’ve never had pockets of goodness! Changing the name changes the whole food. Given my strong feelings about always trying new things, I would consider it a personal insult if you refused to…
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Бърз тутманик Аелис / Tutmanik aka Multi-layer Bread with Feta Cheese
Рецептата за божествения тутманик на Аелис, която Zi4e беше така добра да ми предостави, е наистина невероятна, както са го казали в култовата реклама :) "сама си става, винаги си става"... Истинско блаженство!! The divine Aelis'es recipe for a quick tutmanik that Zi4e has been so good to give me, is really incredible!! Необходими продукти: За тестото: Около 1кг. брашно 1 кубче свежа мая (около 40 г) 1 ч.л. захар 1 ч.л. сол 4 яйца 1 чаша хладка вода 350 гр. сирене, наронено 200 г разтопено…
Kyufteta po Chirpanski - Meatballs in rich tomato sauce
This one is yet another Bulgarian classic and it’s amongst the most popular traditional Bulgarian recipes. Almost every home has their own version, using their own set of herbs and spices. The name could be translated as meatballs alla Chirpan, indicating the recipe comes from the southern Bulgarian town Chirpan. The region around Continue reading Kyufteta po Chirpanski – Meatballs in rich tomato sauce
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Recipe #9: Гювече (Gyuveche)
A recipe for гювече (gyuveche) is an oxymoron. That’s because гювече is named for the small ceramic dishes in which it's traditionally cooke...
Eastern European Stuffed Cabbage
Before I traveled from Istanbul to Krakow through Romania and Ukraine last summer, I accumulated advice from the various Eastern Europeans in my life. There are a lot. And the thing about all of them is that they have a bipolar relationship with their homeland, and can swing dramatically from hatred to love and back gain in literally thirty seconds. "A dump. They're all racists. They hate everyone. They can have it," to, "Lviv has so much history. Too much to see in only three days, why…