[Ger-Poland-Volhynia] Foods: was: dialects
shoning at q.com
Fri Sep 13 12:59:44 PDT 2013
>(what nationality are Verenika? it wasn't mentioned)
A stab in the dark: Ukrainian or Russian
Google "вареники с сыром" - Vareniki with cheese
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From: Krampetz at aol.com
To: dfoote at okstate.edu, ger-poland-volhynia at sggee.org
Sent: Friday, September 13, 2013 1:33:53 PM
Subject: [Ger-Poland-Volhynia] Foods: was: dialects
Pierogi are usually farmers cheese (cottage cheese) and or mashed potato
or plum fillings in the same dough as the Verenika recipe I found (what
nationality are Verenika? it wasn't mentioned)
I'd never seen/heard of - zweiback being soft! .. I'd only had them hard.
Had to look them up & see that can be eaten untoasted.
A lookup of Porzelki appears to be deep fried sweet bread?
Google said no Niejakoakja, but there is "Niejako Akja"..
Which appears in numerous Polish web pages, but not as food.
You've already been corrected on Borscht (Beet, not tomato) & my
mother threw away the beet tops, but wife cooks them into the Borscht.
(enquiring minds need to know)
In a message dated 09/12/13 09:26:42 P.M. Pacific Daylight Time,
dfoote at okstate.edu writes:
- Unfortunately, I am not familiar with Perogies. However, I do know that
Borscht is tomato and chicken based ;) , Zweiback are soft, sweet yeast
rolls (not large crackers), Verenika is plain yummy and
Porzelki/Niejakoakja are fabulously sinful.
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