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Romanian Cabbage Rolls (Sarmale)

In my continuing attempt to cook a dish from every country around the world, a project that is very slow moving, today we’re moving (figuratively) to Romania.  601 more words


Eastern Europe: Sarma (Croatian Stuffed Cabbage)

You’d think that after those lovely (but not light) chicken and wild mushroom blintzes that we were done for the meal.  But no, not the Spicebox Supperclub.   216 more words

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from the weekend: the farmers' market & memories of Paris

Blueberries and sweet green peas from the Mountain View Farmers’ Market on Sunday.

Thank you Kerry & Fred for letting me tag along! I can’t wait to go back and get some homemade stuffed cabbage rolls, or for those of us who grew up in Polish households: … 536 more words


Mom's Stuffed Cabbage Rolls

It has been over six months since I’ve posted anything. January brought Alex’s last semester of law school, and my mom’s struggle with heart failure got worse. 1,034 more words


Stuffed cabbage in tomato sauce

Stuffed cabbage is a dish that I basically grew up on, its my mom’s go to dish for special occasions, its definitely one of my all time favourite comfort foods which makes me so excited to be sharing it with you all. 490 more words

Symbols of Hungary

I often wish that I could afford to take another trip to Hungary. I miss Pest’s Central Market Hall and the walled gardens behind Buda Castle, the sunny lawns on Margaret Island, the spires of the Fisherman’s Bastion looking out over the Danube River, the white and sea-green cabins along Lake Balaton, and even the rotten sulfur scent of the mineral-filled Lake Hévíz. 233 more words


Stuffed Cabbage | Recipe Share

To me it’s always exciting to see what each weeks CSA box will have to offer and this week was definitely a surprise. I picked up my box and it seemed as though I had everything there, I went to leave and was stopped by a fellow Master Gardener, “Wait, you get a cabbage too!” She wasn’t kidding … we got a cabbage that could feed a village! 448 more words

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