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    awwww thats cute that your DH makes boreks su borek for me was hard in the begining now that i got the hang if it its all good its just the fact of making the dough then boiling it and all that i remember it used to take me an hour to make it but now im done in half and hour :D wish you guys were in calgary then i would of made some for you! european food altogether is sooooooooooo good anywho its 2:45 i should get off my lazy bum and start cooking or else the guests arnt going to have anything to eat :D

    Quote Originally Posted by Natalka View Post
    Oh, Turkish Delight, I'm a-drooling!!!
    My husband is Ukrainian, but is from Serbia - and he once in a while makes burek with phyllo and cottage cheese. I looked it up on Wiki and it seems different E. European countries have varied version of it - interesting!
    Hm, he hasn't made it in a while..... maybe I can get him to soon...

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    Salad Olivier (Russian-style potato salad) yummers that salad is soooooooo good my friend Olga made it for me a couple months ago honestly give me soup and salad and i will be the happiest person alive :D lol

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    Shepherd's Pie tonight.

    Bottom layer is hamburger, chicken chunks, frozen mixed veggies, tomato soup, a squeeze of ketchup and Worcestershire.

    Middle layer is a can of cream corn, and cheese slices.

    Top layer is mashed potatoes with a bit of butter, sour cream, and basil mixed in. And a bit of Paprika sprinkled on top looks really pretty.

    I love comfort food!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Turkish_DeLight View Post
    Salad Olivier (Russian-style potato salad) yummers that salad is soooooooo good my friend Olga made it for me a couple months ago honestly give me soup and salad and i will be the happiest person alive :D lol

    I love it soooo much! It is so time consuming to make, but it is definitely worth it!! Even better if someone makes it for you!

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    who wouldnt love a salad thats soooo good i never made it myself always had it made for me love olga for that <3 oh god drooling here lol ok im up and out must make dinner and must stop being a lazy bum
    see ya guys later and hope everybody enjoys their dinner!

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    I love it soooo much! It is so time consuming to make, but it is definitely worth it!! Even better if someone makes it for you!

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    Have a good evening! =)

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    Tonight I'm having whole wheat pita grill, with melt cheese and hummus.

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    Pan fried sole with rice and peas. I dont like fish though. I just eat it cause it's good for me so I can set a good example for my kiddies

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    Does any one eat Salata De Boeuf?

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    Hmmm, Fringe (the show) premier is on tonight, my hubby and I will be catching it early on the shifting channel at 7pm. So we're planning to go to Pizza Hut a few blocks away for dinner. He wanted delivery but I have a coupon that I got from purchasing the SPC card. Yay so Pizza Hut for us.

    Friday: appetizer - Vietnamese Spring rolls then Vietnamese Pho (beef noodle soup) - my lazy version ofcourse. My caucasian US citizen love these dishes.

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    I think those two dishes are cousins, Salade Olivier is the Russian version.
    http://www.nooschi.com/2009/07/salade-olivier.html
    http://gospodini.blogspot.com/2008/0...-de-boeuf.html

    Hmm, I'll have to see how helpful my husband can be with translation help on that site!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mlongboat View Post
    Pan fried sole with rice and peas. I dont like fish though. I just eat it cause it's good for me so I can set a good example for my kiddies
    That is being an AWESOME Mom! The only food I couldn't stomach was chicken livers - they smell heavenly while cooking, but I just couldn't handle the texture or taste. Same as when my mom made liver when I was younger.
    But with my son, I would put something else on my dish so he wouldn't notice, or I'd be the one to have leftovers, etc. He didn't know I wasn't eating it til he was a teen!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Natalka View Post
    I think those two dishes are cousins, Salade Olivier is the Russian version.
    http://www.nooschi.com/2009/07/salade-olivier.html
    http://gospodini.blogspot.com/2008/0...-de-boeuf.html

    Hmm, I'll have to see how helpful my husband can be with translation help on that site!
    It is the same dish. My husband family calls it French Salad, not its name. I will be telling my husband when he gets up his family has "bastazied" another name. But I still found it. My MIL will be ticked to hear that I found it, since she would not share the recipes. It is so yummie. Salata de boeuf is the romania name. My husband is a Hun and they changed they name of Romania things to suit them.
    Last edited by YesI'mcheap; Thu, Sep 17th, 2009 at 06:21 PM.

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    It is too muggy tothink about supper. I have meetings all night so I will give hubby leftover 7 grain stew and sliced bread with garlic baked into it and I might eat when I get home later on tonight.

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    That's cool, YesI'mCheap - funny how the changes of names do happen between neighbouring cultures and families, too.
    There are even Ukrainian differences between my husband and me - just different words used growing up. We even call 'teatowels' by different names, lol! I'll say "Please get me a pilka" - he says we don't have one, but here's a 'stirka'...
    Or even here in Saskatoon - some people go with pyrohy, others with varenyky. We have only ever used pyrohy, but that really means baked ones - so the term we really should be using is varenyky.

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