• Pelmeni

    4 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.

  • Buckwheat with Mushrooms

    4 years ago

    In Eastern European countries it is very common to find buckwheat in many dishes. I remember as a child mom prepared it for us at least once a week. To this day I remember her telling me that I would never have headaches if I eat buckwheat.

    Buckwheat helps reduce cholesterol and lower blood sugar. It is low in calorie and full of nutrients.

  • Turkey Macaroni Casserole

    4 years ago

    This is great and easy meal to make. It is so good when its fresh.

  • Lazy Cabbage Rice Stew

    4 years ago

    Updated October 24, 2013
    Lazy cabbage rolls have been around in our family for many years. I remember eating it as a child. The idea of this recipe came from my mother. She was a very busy lady, raising five of us, while living in the country.

    This is a lazy version of cabbage rolls, the combination of ingredients makes a very similar flavor to the...

  • Whole Wheat Mushroom Sandwich

    4 years ago

    Very easy to make sandwich and you can save few bucks :). My husband described it this way, when you bite into it it has this softness from melted cheese, and crust form mushrooms and spinach.

  • Cream Mushroom Potatoes

    4 years ago

    Updated March 27, 2013

    This is one of my husband's favorite dishes. They are creamy potatoes, with a nice flavor of mushrooms and a hint sweetness from carrots and onions.

    This has been one of the most popular dishes at the Slavic weddings here in Washington. I am assuming it's due to the simplicity of preparation and its ability to stay in a warm oven until ready to serve.

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