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    My uncle ran a beer garden. I don't remember what town. Helen street is in Plains. There was a church and a penny candy store within walking distance (and they let my brother and I walk there alone, young as we were). I remember Stegmaier hill and also the beer they brewed there. Gibbon's was another one. One of the few things I learned in Polish was how to ask for a sip. Piwo proszę? ;)

    I have family on Stephenson St. across from a church in Duryea, too.
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    Duryea cha-cha-cha
    Duryea cha-cha-cha

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hein vom Richterbach
    Duryea cha-cha-cha
    Duryea cha-cha-cha
    eh?
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    Boy, I'm glad I don't live there anymore. I'd probably weigh 400 pounds.

    But I tell you what!
    I have devised a way to make low fat (healthy) halupki and halushki!

    W00T!!111!!

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    Brown rice and ground turkey?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kiko
    Brown rice and ground turkey?
    I find that a good lean beef is about the same as ground turkey. Brown rice is just better because of the whole food aspect. The big problem with traditional halupki is the rue, which is usually a stick of butter and flour to the right consistency. I cut that out completely. I just cook them in tomato sauce, or pureed tomatoes with water to take up the slack. They taste just as good, and I always put ketchup on them anyway instead of trying to use the gravy.

    For halushki, just eliminate the butter and use butter flavored pam and cook that cabbage, covered and real slow. Very yummy, no butter.

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    I could be mistaken, but my grandmother used to use tomato juice. It wasn't a thick gravy.
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    Pierogi Lasagna update:
    "OMG, this is amazing", "YUMMMM!" from my daughters.

    It worked. This one is a keeper!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kiko
    I could be mistaken, but my grandmother used to use tomato juice. It wasn't a thick gravy.
    The gravy is not thick like turkey gravy, but it's more than just red water when you make it with the rue.

    My grandmother would use the stick of butter and flour and make it golden brown, then put about a cup or a half cup of ketchup in there with water. Ask someone who knows the recipe in your family. I guarantee there's a stick of butter in every batch.

    a stick of butter went into the halushki too.

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    Grammy used butter when the recipe was specific, like for cookies, but most things got a stick of margarine that she called OLEO. Wow.. I love these memories!
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