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27010Re: [Slovak-World] Re: Smearcase Cheese Recipe/New World Order mix

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  • Ben Sorensen
    Aug 31, 2009
      I concur, absolutely.  But the substitutions are all meant  for one purpose: to make it similar- but not "just like."

      My tricks that Milka and I found give us a sembalance of what we like in Slovakia- and I will be the first to say that the "bryndzove halusky" that we made last week using feta and sour cream were in NO WAY real bryndzove halusky.  The natierka that i am writing about is an approximation of the real thing when bryndza is missing. But I agree with you, totally. 
      Now that you have made me hungry for rezance and cottage cheese, that is something that can be found here. :-)
      Just like this good pea soup that I just made...

      From: votrubam <votrubam@...>
      To: Slovak-World@yahoogroups.com
      Sent: Monday, August 31, 2009 3:50:40 PM
      Subject: [Slovak-World] Re: Smearcase Cheese Recipe/New World Order mix

      > using what you got to make what ya need...

      Using B as a substitute for A does not make the two things similar. If we can't afford Hawaii, we can spend our vacation at home. But just because we use it as a substitute, our backyard won't be "like" a lagoon off the Big Island. Sour cream with feta can be a substitute for bryndza, but it doesn't make it "like" bryndza. Fettucine Alfredo or a hamburger can be a substitute for bryndzove halusky too, and so can rezance with cottage cheese -- a common dish in Slovakia that no one thinks of as "like" bryndzove halusky."


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