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First published in 1952 to commemorate the 60th anniversary of the First Catholic Slavic Ladies Association, The Slovak-American Cookbook remains a classic collection of cultural dishes. From savory soups, sandwiches, and salads to sweet cookies, cakes, and candies, this cookbook contains the best Slovak-American recipes that the generations have to offer. Some national favorites featured are:HaluskyKlobasyStrudelFankyKolace and more!Each recipe provides a glimpse into this fascinating culinary heritage. In addition to an assortment of traditional, tried-and-true recipes, this cookbook also offers tips on entertaining, cooking, and maintaining your home. With help from The Slovak-American Cookbook, you can bring the Slovak culinary tradition to your table.
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After reading A Short History of Tractors in Ukrainian, @ValerieAndBooks and I have been exploring Ukrainian cuisine. Today‘s offering at our house was galubtsi, or stuffed cabbage. The Ukranian recipes i found online were almost identical to the ones in the tagged cookbook, although there they are named halupki. I have the original 1952 edition of this book, which was a gift from my mother in law when I asked for her nut roll recipe.

Lindy Are nut rolls happening next? My Slovak grandmother made wonderful nut rolls. I‘m getting dreamy just thinking about them... 1w
Lynnsoprano @Lindy I‘m not sure I‘m ready to go through that again! The book has separate recipes from the dough and the filling. I made a dough recipe that was supposed to make three rolls. There was enough for 7! With two risings of the yeast dough, having to run out for more filling ingredients, and with the kitchen covered in flour, it was traumatic. But the nut rolls were delicious 😄 1w
Lindy @Lynnsoprano That much dough does sound traumatic! 🤪 1w
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brilliantglow This looks delicious! 1w
ValerieAndBooks Looks really good 🤤!! And really neat to have these cookbook(s) passed on to you. 1w
Crazeedi I loved my slovakian halupki my mother in law made, yum 1w
Crazeedi All the ladies made nut rolls too! 1w
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