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January 21, 2004

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RICHARD MONDAK

SLOVAKS, OR AT LEAST MY SOVAKS , DON'T USE ELBOW MACARONI. WE MAKE OUR OWN EGG DUMPLINGS FOR SOUP.QUITE EASY. I STILL USE MY GRANDMOTHER'S TECHNIQUE:

1 CUP FLOUR + PINCH OF SALT + ONE EGG AND SOME LIQUID FROM WHATEVER SOUP YOU ARE MAKING. BLEND UNTIL IT "FEELS RIGHT" AND DROP OF INTO SOUP. SIZE IS FROM SMALL PIECES OF THE DOUGH DROPPED FROM THE TIP OF A TEASPOON.

Donna

My father is Slovak and for Christmas Eve we had a soup that is different from your Slovak Christmas Soup. My mother makes it with sauerkraut, mushrooms and prunes. As teenagers we were never allowed to have boyfriends or girlfriends over for dinner on Christmas Eve. Although I never minded the soup I wouldn't have invited them anyway, that combination would have scared them away:)

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