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Ajla May 22nd, 2012 09:28 AM

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Originally Posted by axhandle (Post 928432)
"Olives!, Olives Oyl-(Popeye)--:)--"Loves , 'Me Olives"

Last Anchovies--Italy--Fantastic,---

Best Caviar--"Beluga,Kaluga"-----anytime--but out of my price range--Pizza--Sicilian is the best.

What fillings can I choose from in the calzone?

axhandle May 22nd, 2012 10:58 AM

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Originally Posted by Ajla (Post 928753)
What fillings can I choose from in the calzone?

Calzone--have to get my Cooking of Italy out--If I can find it, amongs't others., New one on me--However--reminded me of a recipe read in the Waiting Room,---somewhat similar--Oh, The food from Italy!--:)

Most Lucky Weekend:------

'Atlas' Pasta Maker--

1.Extremely High Quality--All Stainless, do not wash, just brush it out--
2.The "Gears" are reminicent of Ferrari and Maserati---Precision, the Cutters--all aligned.
3.Retail--basic --$80.00---(Well worth it), my cost , back alley "Walkabout"--$5.00--new , in the box.--Now all I need is some Pasta Dough ---chuckle--:)

axhandle May 22nd, 2012 11:03 AM

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Originally Posted by axhandle (Post 928771)
Calzone--have to get my Cooking of Italy out--If I can find it, amongs't others., New one on me--However--reminded me of a recipe read in the Waiting Room,---somewhat similar--Oh, The food from Italy!--:)

Most Lucky Weekend:------

'Atlas' Pasta Maker--

1.Extremely High Quality--All Stainless, do not wash, just brush it out--
2.The "Gears" are reminicent of Ferrari and Maserati---Precision, the Cutters--all aligned.
3.Retail--basic --$80.00---(Well worth it), my cost , back alley "Walkabout"--$5.00--new , in the box.--Now all I need is some Pasta Dough ---chuckle--:)

P.S.--There are Attachments---I have to have the Ravioli one--and make Piroghi!

axhandle May 22nd, 2012 11:20 AM

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"Most Fortunate Weekend"------(Back Alley -"Walkabout")

Atlas Pasta Maker, Egyptian Onions (A cluster of about 30), Pewter Spoon c.19th Century (Marked)---and of course--- "Der Fuchs,(The Fox)---

Ajla May 23rd, 2012 09:28 AM

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Originally Posted by axhandle (Post 928772)
P.S.--There are Attachments---I have to have the Ravioli one--and make Piroghi!

Yes, yes, yes, I'll have some piroghi please!

axhandle May 23rd, 2012 09:56 AM

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Originally Posted by Ajla (Post 929032)
Yes, yes, yes, I'll have some piroghi please!

Piroghi, in Summer--Halusky in Winter--:)

Fillings for Piroghi:

Cabbage--Salt, oil, and onions--(Chopped fine)

Potato:-(My Favorite--) Boiled, and mashed--Cheese , egg yolk, green onion tops,----and Dill, always Dill.--

Cheese:-Cottage cheese, salt, 1 egg.

Sweet Cheese:--Cottage cheese,1 egg yolk,2 drops Vanilla flavoring,--a twit of salt.

Prune:De-pitted--cooked----Dobro Vide.!--;):)

axhandle May 23rd, 2012 10:24 AM

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--Mornings 'Collage"--"After doing,Work", I treat myself.:)

1.Tomato Bucket--Improved,-:D--over last year.--Cherokee Purple.--Mint on the ground, and Rose of Sharon --will grow --Anywhere!.:)

2."12 Disciples", Lily, count the blooms on each stalk, and mulitiply by Two--

3."My Friend " --is back-(As usual)-Chameleon--eats bugs up, and changes colors, according to background--

axhandle May 23rd, 2012 10:29 AM

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Originally Posted by axhandle (Post 929046)
--Mornings 'Collage"--"After doing,Work", I treat myself.:)

1.Tomato Bucket--Improved,-:D--over last year.--Cherokee Purple.--Mint on the ground, and Rose of Sharon --will grow --Anywhere!.:)

2."12 Disciples", Lily, count the blooms on each stalk, and mulitiply by Two--

3."My Friend " --is back-(As usual)-Chameleon--eats bugs up, and changes colors, according to background--

Pondered, #3 for years--:

Have photo receptors built in to body,detect light wavelengths, sends a signal to hormones, which change the color---

And That is "Todays Bit 'O Useless Knowledge"---chuckle.

Ajla May 24th, 2012 10:13 AM

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Originally Posted by axhandle (Post 929037)
Piroghi, in Summer--Halusky in Winter--:)

Fillings for Piroghi:

Cabbage--Salt, oil, and onions--(Chopped fine)

Potato:-(My Favorite--) Boiled, and mashed--Cheese , egg yolk, green onion tops,----and Dill, always Dill.--

Cheese:-Cottage cheese, salt, 1 egg.

Sweet Cheese:--Cottage cheese,1 egg yolk,2 drops Vanilla flavoring,--a twit of salt.

Prune:De-pitted--cooked----Dobro Vide.!--;):)

The only time I've ever had piroghi, they were frozen store bought in Canada,
and I still thought they were delicious!

axhandle May 24th, 2012 10:34 AM

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Originally Posted by Ajla (Post 929284)
The only time I've ever had piroghi, they were frozen store bought in Canada,
and I still thought they were delicious!

In The Fall--The Kitchen, 'Opens Up"---Pagachi, Piroghi, and Halusky--!

Fresh dough , two kinds--Takes all morning.

Family had a Fall Festival, last time I spent 12 hrs. making the above--

In Order to Get In (So to Speak)--each Adult had to eat a Cracker with Caviar, and wash it down with 1Oz. of 120 Proof Vodka--

Slovaks know how to celebrate, the Seasons End, and hard labor which brought them, same--


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