[Sca-cooks] possible-or not-oop question
ddfr at daviddfriedman.com
Sun Jun 28 16:31:11 PDT 2009
>As I was preparing dinner today, I wondered if the dish was period.
>Our family has always called this dish "German Tamales" and it is
>cabbage rolls. Ours are prepared with raw hamburger meat, uncooked
>long grain white rice, egg, breadcrumbs, and finely chopped onions
>and seasoned with salt and pepper. The meat mixture is then stuffed
>into softened cabbage leafs. Here our recipe differs from others I
>have read. We layer them with sauerkraut and onions. Then they are
>either baked in the oven or cooked on top of the stove. They are an
>absolute family favorite for nearly eighty years. (My Maternal
>Grandmother taught me how to make them.)
>My question is: "Are they in any way, shape, or form period?".
>I eagerly await your expert opinions,
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Sounds rather like prakus, which my mother used to make. I'm afraid I
don't know of any period versions.
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