• Stuffed Eggs

    6 years ago

    So now that Easter is over a lot of us are thinking what we can do with all those colored eggs at home? My mom use to color over 100 eggs when we were little kids, it was fun games to see who has the strongest egg and beats everyone else. We would end up with all this cracked eggs and no one would eat them. Here is an idea that you can work magic in so many different way and times of the day,...

  • Puffs with Crab

    6 years ago

    Updated October 22, 2013
    Crunchy on the outside and a nice hit of crab meat on the inside, that's what makes this a delicious appetizer. These cook quick and the preparation is very simple.

    As a tip - these crab puffs go wonderfully with Sweet and Sour Sauce.

  • Beet Garlic Salad

    6 years ago

    Updated May 24, 2013

    This salad has a nice flavor of sweetness and a kick of garlic with a creamy texture. It can be served as a salad, spread or a side dish.

    Beets are awesome for you1, in...

  • Chocolate Dipped Strawberries

    6 years ago

    Chocolate dipped strawberries may look too complicated to make. The secret to a very easy dipping is to use chocolate melts, not chocolate chips but melts. They are sold in most craft stores or even Walmart. They chocolate runs very smooth and when it hardens its still easy to bite into.

  • Stewed Cabbage with Meat

    6 years ago

    Well, speaking of hiding whole bunch of veggies in meal for kids, this is the way to go. For us moms its an easy meal to make. I made whole bunch of it, hoping to have left overs for next day, well next day when I checked, most of it was gone. Well I am off to cooking again….

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  • Vareniki Recipe

    6 years ago

    Vareniky are dumplings that are filled with sweet or savory filling. The name varenyky, simply means "boiled things".

    Vareniky are part of the national Ukrainian food, just like (recipe/55). There are many restaurants in Ukraine that are serving Vareniky, they come with a wide variety of either savory or sweet fillings.

    The process may look endless, but its well worth your time....

  • Pelmeni

    6 years ago

    Updated: October 23, 2012

    I learned that Pelmeni originated from Siberia, no wonder my husband loves them so much :) He came to USA when he was nine years old. All they could do there in cold Siberia is most probably - make Pelmeni. :) Kids love them.

  • Potato Pancakes Recipe

    6 years ago

    Updated: April 9, 2014
    Potato pancakes are very popular in Slavic community, in terms of breakfast. It's a combination of a very few simple ingredients such as potatoes, onion, eggs, seasoning and, on some occasions, even flour. Crunchy edges of the potato pancakes were my favorite, during childhood. I often asked mom to fry my piece for a longer time to make it extra crispy.

  • Meat Roulade

    6 years ago

    Updated: November 21, 2012

    Roulade is especially a great appetizer to have during holidays and parties. It's made beforehand and served cold over the next several days.

    It is also one of my favorite snacks to have around the house. Often, I have moments when I open a fridge, grab a snack and go; and it helps to have these roulades, sliced and ready to grab.

  • Baked Rice Pudding

    6 years ago

    Updated January 30, 2013

    This rice pudding is a family recipe. Grandma prepared it for us in a wood burning stove.

    I've modified my own recipe to include condensed milk that gets carmelized during baking. It makes the good recipe, even better. Yumm, yumm!!!

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