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Nov 22nd 2012 new

I am happy this Thanksgiving to be able to share a part of my self and enjoy all of you on CM! I haven't been
here long but truly, I have laughed, prayed, and laughed again. You all make my day and night . Here's to
youhersheyskiss hersheyskiss hersheyskiss hersheyskiss hersheyskiss hug hug hug hersheyskiss

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Nov 22nd 2012 new

(Quote) Donna-871766 said: Yes, all polish words translate to - Yummy. And this Polish girl loves Polish food. What ...
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Yes, all polish words translate to - Yummy. And this Polish girl loves Polish food. What kind of Pierogie would you like, pototo, farmers cheese or cabbage? And keeping with the theme of this tread here are a few

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Oohhh I haven't had a good pierogie since I moved away from Pulaski, WI. Wanna send one my way???

hug and hersheyskiss to all!!!

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Nov 22nd 2012 new

(Quote) Donna-871766 said: Yes, all polish words translate to - Yummy. And this Polish girl loves Polish food. What ...
(Quote) Donna-871766 said:



Yes, all polish words translate to - Yummy. And this Polish girl loves Polish food. What kind of Pierogie would you like, pototo, farmers cheese or cabbage? And keeping with the theme of this tread here are a few

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hmmm scratchchin ... how 'bout a combo pierogie, with cheese, potato, and a little cabbage thrown in? and hersheyskiss hersheyskiss hersheyskiss embarassed for dessert

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Nov 22nd 2012 new

(Quote) Eileen-890971 said: Hi Michael.You are right in that spelling. My brother and sister are coming home for my ...
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Hi Michael.

You are right in that spelling. My brother and sister are coming home for my little sister's wedding on New Year's Day and I am
already preparing to make Joey Golumki and Kapusta which are his favorites. I will have to have them frozen so he can take
them back home on the plane to MA. It will be the best Christmas present I could ever give him!

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"Kapusta"! Must be cabbage! In Lithuanian, it's "kopustas".

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Nov 22nd 2012 new

embarassed Oh, and keeping with the thread..... hersheyskiss hersheyskiss

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Nov 22nd 2012 new

(Quote) Lina-796057 said: "Kapusta"! Must be cabbage! In Lithuanian, it's "kopustas".
(Quote) Lina-796057 said:

"Kapusta"! Must be cabbage! In Lithuanian, it's "kopustas".

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Ka-who? Cabbage rolls, golabki in Polish, or sarma in Croatian, are the best. With a good tomato sauce on top, although when I was in Poland I think they served it with a kind of gravy boggled hersheyskiss embarassed

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Nov 22nd 2012 new
tomato sauce on cabbage??
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Nov 22nd 2012 new

(Quote) Lina-796057 said: tomato sauce on cabbage??
(Quote) Lina-796057 said: tomato sauce on cabbage??
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on cabbage rolls stuffed with seasoned meat, yes! A (Finnish) co-worker said she uses Clamato, to give it a little bit of a kick

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Nov 22nd 2012 new

Happy Thanksgiving, everyone!!! hersheyskiss hersheyskiss

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Nov 22nd 2012 new

Happy Thanksgiving, everyone!!! hersheyskiss hersheyskiss

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