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« Reply #10 on: January 26, 2010 03:08:18 PM »

Marmota, my boyfriend is Czech and I fell in love with the food from visiting his grandparents. His grandpa's housekeeper taught us how to make all sorts of dumplings but she doesn't speak english so it was kind of hard to make a record of what to do as we were trying to follow along. Your explanations - particularly the fruit filled version - will greatly help my memory, I think we will have a go and make some because it has been a while since either of us had any Czech food!

Thanks Cheesy


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« Reply #11 on: January 29, 2010 04:06:57 PM »

I'm glad it's still helpful... even though I shudder at some of my old English now. Cheesy


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« Reply #12 on: February 07, 2010 06:52:56 PM »

I love pirogi (sp?).  The Polish dumplings - yum!  The eastern europeans seem to know how to dumpling.  I have just finished making some gyoza.  A similar recipe to Avian Flight's.  Though I added a little more garlic and a little less ginger to mine.  It worked well and was great with Japanese egg drop soup.

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