Re: bohemian cook book
The First Catholic Slovak Ladies Association cookbook has
redefined Slovak cooking in America.
It's also interesting that your recipe for Slovak Easter
Cheese has been on of the top pages on the internet for years.
It may be hard to believe, but several million people have
checked out your recipe over the years.
--- In Slovak-World@yahoogroups.com, Andy Verostko <avyrostko@...> wrote:
> Over 50 years ago when I got married, my wife was given a copy of a
> Slovak-American cookbook
> that was put together by the First Catholic Slovak Ladies
> Association... That book has been much used
> and many meals were prepared from the recipes it contained.. Each of
> my children have been given
> a copy of that same cookbook and it is still available with the original
> recipes... The book is now in
> its 29th printing and can be purchased for $9.00 and that includes
> shipping... Check out the site at:
> Just thought would pass this on since it may be new to some members..
> Regards Andy V...
> On 2/4/2011 8:26 PM, Lubos Brieda wrote:
> > Hi group, I just stumbled upon this site. The author leads a
> > Czech/Slovak group
> > in south Virginia and has put together a cookbook of traditional Czech
> > (and
> > Slovak) recipes. The food photos look great. Here is the
> > link: http://www.mariepearson.com/9401/index.html#top
> > -- Lubos Brieda --
> > www.slovakcooking.com
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