[Ger-Poland-Volhynia] re: cabbage rolls, etc.

Perry1121 at aol.com Perry1121 at aol.com
Mon Dec 1 16:24:45 PST 2003

My mother cooked Kohlroladen (cabbage rolls) and Fleischroladen (meat rollups 
with bacon and a dill pickle sliver inside).  Our favorite Pierogen were 
filled with little plums, boiled, then sauteed in butter. And we did get 
jelly-filled Punchkin.

In another nostalgic vein to see if we have Volhynian connections here: 
Sprichwoerter or proverbial folk sayings, often with a moral attached. I couldn't 
find my favorites in a German book that collected them that I found in my 
university library.

Maister, Ich bin vertig, darf ich trennan? (Master, I'm finished, can I rip 
out the seam?)
Morgen, morgen, nur nicht heute, sagen alle faule Leute (Tomorrow, tomorrow, 
just not today, say all the lazy people). I heard these frequently from both 

Sigrid Pohl Perry

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