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    Reviewed Russian Easter Dessert (Pashka)

    Monday, Apr 17, 2006 on
     |  (2 people found this helpful) |  2 Reviews  |  By Nana Lee
    LinMarie says:

    "It's also known as pasha in Finland. Terrific when spread on a sweet yeast bread like kulitsa.Good recipe with the exception of the instructions for the custard. Instead of the above, mix the yolks with half the sugar and 2T of cornstarch together well in a small bowl. In a saucepan place the cream and other half of the sugar and bring it just..."

    Reviewed Finnish Maksa Kukuja

    Wednesday, Mar 15, 2006 on
     |  1 Reviews  |  By yoopertwo
    LinMarie says:

    "Kukuja isn't really a word that works here as kukuja is the partitive pl of kukku which means either 'rubbish' or the call of the cuckoo. Could it be Kukko? as in the popular kalakukko which is similar but just a giant dumpling from the Karelian region?"

    Reviewed Swedish Kroppkakor

    Monday, Mar 13, 2006 on
     |  4 Reviews  |  By MarieFromSweden
    LinMarie says:

    "The dough part of the recipe is a bit off since I got a bit of glue instead of dumpling dough. After some research with a bunch of Swedish recipes and a few more batches, the ratio should be 1 pound potatoes:1 egg:1 cup flour - which is easily doubled. The allspice is great...such an underappreciated spice. The dumplings are delicious.3-4 ..."

    Reviewed Spaetzle With Gruyère and Caramelized Onions

    Saturday, Mar 4, 2006 on
     |  9 Reviews  |  By NcMysteryShopper
    LinMarie says:

    "My mother was from Alsace and made sp�tzle all the time, but I don't think she ever baked it with cheese. I added cubed ham and peas to make it into a meal and nearly went into a comfort food coma. :)"


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