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 Posted: Tue Nov 4th, 2008 11:42 pm
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A halupki is sort of like a big meatball made with ground beef and rice and onions (at least that was my grandmother's recipe) that's wrapped in a cabbage leaf, and simmered in a tomato sauce for a while. It's Polish. Where my family lived, near Bethlehem, PA, there was a large Slovak population, since many of them worked in the Bethlehem Steel, including my grandfather, and at least a dozen of my uncles and great-uncles.

Pierogis are another one of the dishes I love, sometimes deep fried, sometimes sauted in butter and onions!

That's it, I have to go eat something.

Pam

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