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Archive for July, 2011


Chocolate Cream Swiss Roll

Chocolate Cream Swiss Roll This is one of my favorite desserts…..I’ve been making Chocolate Cream Pastry since I was 15 years old and my Home Economics professor at the Hotel Academy taught us how to make the simplest yet most delicious cake and pastry filling…..EVER. Chocolate Cream pastry is basically CHOCOLATE Swiss Roll filled with […]

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Potato Pancakes Stuffed with Spicy Pork

Potato Pancakes Stuffed with Spicy Pork   ……..Stuffed Potato Pancakes……is your mouth watering, yet? What can be better then Potato pancakes?……Potato Pancakes stuffed with juicy and spicy meat….. I grew up in a hotel in Slovakia and the restaurant that belonged to the hotel used to serve this specialty dish…….. It was Potato Pancakes stuffed […]

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No Bake Sour Cream Cherry Tort

      I’ve been in love with this TORT since I was 15 years old living in a dorm while attending Hotel Academy.   We didn’t have kitchens or kitchenettes in our dorm rooms, but we had a fridge on every floor.   My friends and I used to make this tort often during […]

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Noodles With Cabbage & Smoked Sausage (Kapustové Fliačky )

Noodles With Cabbage & Smoked Sausage (Kapustové Fliačky )     Noodles with Cabbage and Bacon also know in Slovakia as Kapustové Fliačky is very simple, filling and cheap dish to make.   You can make it without smoked sausage as a vegetarian dish. You can also make it with bacon instead of sausage.   […]

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Potato & Onion Salad

Potato & Onion Salad I don’t know about you and where you live, but here…… this summer has been crazy….so far. I mean weather….CRAZY! One day is freakishly hot…..the next morning super cold and windy….mix in some heavy rains and occasional thunderstorm….add rainbows and weatherman being always wrong…..you will get weather in my neighborhood. Sorry…..I […]

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Chocolate Cherry Strudel

  Last week I was inspired by Catalina and her Strawberry Vanilla Strudel.   Being raised in Central Europe loving strudels is in your DNA and every mom should be able to make a good strudel (not mine, sorry mom). However, my dad….well, there is a man who knows how to bake…..and STRUDELS….are his specialty. […]

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Simple Cinnamon Loaf

Cinnamon Loaf   SIMPLE…..MOIST….DELICIOUS….. Everything you want in a loaf…..SIMPLE CINNAMON LOAF will deliver. I found this recipe in one of my favorite cookbooks and I’ve been making this simple Cinnamon Loaf ever since.     PRINTABLE VERSION:     Ingredients: 1/2 cup Butter 1 cup Sugar 2 Eggs 2 cups Flour 1 tsp Baking Powder […]

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Ricotta Garlic Roasted Potatoes

  Few times a week I try to make meatless dishes for our family dinner……even when we are camping.   Both of my boys are meat lovers, but slowly they got used to mom’s meatless nights and actually look forward to it.   Having a meatless dinner few times a week is not only good […]

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Potato Sausage Casserole – Francúzske Zemiaky

Potato Sausage Casserole is another dish from my childhood…..  In Slovakia it is called Francúzske Zemiaky.   This casserole is simple cheese and potato dish with boiled eggs and Farmer’s sausage.You can call it deluxe Scalloped Potatoes.   My dad and my grandma had their own variations and techniques to make Potato Sausage Casserole (Francúzske […]

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Blue Cheese Wedge Salad

Blue Cheese Wedge Salad SUMMER….HOT….SUNSHINE…..and of course SALADS…. Yes, my friends the fresh fruit and veggies season officially started and I am loving every minute of it. It’s time….finally… to introduce reasonably priced salads, fresh fruit and yummy produce into my daily diet without leaving all of my money at the grocery store. It’s time […]

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