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ok, so any of you stud muffins gonna be cookin' anything for thanksgiving??? who's buying the beer? just curious. all i'm doing for our get together is baking an apple pie, so, i get to relax [img]images/graemlins/tongue.gif[/img] [img]images/graemlins/grin.gif[/img]
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i am the cook . the kids wont hardly eat mommy's cooking . so she does the dishes, i do the cooking . thats alright though i love to cook and if i do say so myself i am a darn good cook.. Von Warner
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A thread on cooking! That's my bag, baby! After surfing the BBS, it's on to foodtv.com for me (23,000+ recipes!).

Canadian thanksgiving is long gone (it was back in October), but I let my mom take care of the "big" meals anyway - can't get the hang of cooking for large groups of people, and besides, I've never made cabbage rolls, which are an absolute must, and you have to have an occasional excuse to go back home.

Anyone try some good recipes lately? I've got a great one for pilaf. [img]images/graemlins/smile.gif[/img]
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i was the cook / engineer on a 137 foot boat in alaska and let me tell you what cold hungry fishermen never complain about the food . sometimes i feed 25-30 people out of our galley that was smaller then an average kitchen. you name it i have probably cooked it or at least a version of it. except for cabbage rolls... what are they , for some reason i keep thinking saurekrout. [img]images/graemlins/crazy.gif[/img] .....Von Warner
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Cabbage rolls are a mixture of rice, meat, and other stuff rolled into cabbage leaves. There's lots of different recipes out there (they're traditional in many central, northern, and eastern European countries - Germans traditionally make gigantic ones with lots of meat, and the ones my mom makes are an eastern European type that are smaller with less meat, and much tastier in my HO).

Some people don't like them (partly because they don't look like much - imagine a type of alien pod), but once you develop a taste for them you'll want to eat them like candy. They taste nothing like sauerkraut (which is easy to make by the way - I make it myself and freeze it - mmmmm-m!).
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German type:


Just like mom makes:
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yep, they look like alien pods . Yummy looking alien pods . you guys have those for thanksgiving? anything different with the turkey?...Von Warner
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As far as Thanksgiving goes, of course, it's just a Canadian and American holiday, so there is no traditional European cooking associated with it. We have the traditional Canadian/American deal (turkey with stuffing, ham, mashed potatoes, etc), but Mom adds some motherland favourites like cabbage rolls and nalisnikie (sp?).
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They originated from Poland, called Galumpki`s and i love em, but man do they give you gas! [img]images/graemlins/shocked.gif[/img]
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My baby and I are cooking the turkey with all the trimings, such as filling, mash taters, corn, bread, gravy, pumpkin pie, apple pie as for left overs later in the day we will make waffles with turkey & gravy smothered over all...

[img]images/graemlins/grin.gif[/img] THATS MY STORY & I AM STICKING TO IT [img]images/graemlins/grin.gif[/img]
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