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Slavic Cooking Food For Mother’s Day — 33 Comments

  1. Hungarian cooking was influenced heavily by old Italy, Germany and old France during the 1500 – 1600s with explorers who traveled thru what later became the Austria-Hungarian territory (Ottoman Empire). In support of Jon, dishes like kielbasa and EVEN stuffed cabbage have their roots in almost EVERY one of Slavic Nations (including Russia) which have similar spellings in their native languages.

  2. Hungarian cooking was influenced heavily by old Italy, Germany and old France during the 1500 – 1600s with explorers who traveled thru what later became the Austria-Hungarian territory (Ottoman Empire). In support of Jon, dishes like kielbasa and EVEN stuffed cabbage have their roots in almost EVERY one of Slavic Nations (including Russia) which have similar spellings in their native languages.

  3. Hungarian cooking was influenced heavily by old Italy, Germany and old France during the 1500 – 1600s with explorers who traveled thru what later became the Austria-Hungarian territory (Ottoman Empire). In support of Jon, dishes like kielbasa and EVEN stuffed cabbage have their roots in almost EVERY one of Slavic Nations (including Russia) which have similar spellings in their native languages.

  4. exactly John as far as responding to Slavic vs Slovak recipes and for someone like Chris to make such a statement about not knowing anything about Slovak cooking is ridiculous. Chris do you think Hungarian recipes or styles of cooking did or did not influence some Slovak cooking recipes? or Ukraine? etc

  5. exactly John as far as responding to Slavic vs Slovak recipes and for someone like Chris to make such a statement about not knowing anything about Slovak cooking is ridiculous. Chris do you think Hungarian recipes or styles of cooking did or did not influence some Slovak cooking recipes? or Ukraine? etc

  6. exactly John as far as responding to Slavic vs Slovak recipes and for someone like Chris to make such a statement about not knowing anything about Slovak cooking is ridiculous. Chris do you think Hungarian recipes or styles of cooking did or did not influence some Slovak cooking recipes? or Ukraine? etc

  7. It’s a SLAVIC (not a Slovak) recipe site and is about all the Slavic nations including Slovakia but not just one country. If you have a recipe you would like others to know about you can go to the site and submit your recipe to be published there and posted in FaceBook’s “Perth Amboy’s We Love Food Group” page. 😀 Chris, put your recipes where you mouth is! LOL and share! 🙂

  8. It’s a SLAVIC (not a Slovak) recipe site and is about all the Slavic nations including Slovakia but not just one country. If you have a recipe you would like others to know about you can go to the site and submit your recipe to be published there and posted in FaceBook’s “Perth Amboy’s We Love Food Group” page. 😀 Chris, put your recipes where you mouth is! LOL and share! 🙂

  9. It’s a SLAVIC (not a Slovak) recipe site and is about all the Slavic nations including Slovakia but not just one country. If you have a recipe you would like others to know about you can go to the site and submit your recipe to be published there and posted in FaceBook’s “Perth Amboy’s We Love Food Group” page. 😀 Chris, put your recipes where you mouth is! LOL and share! 🙂

  10. Also Mother’s Day has been celebrated since the mid-1700s in Eastern Europe and is incorporated in the Roman Catholic Church with a celebration of the Crowning of Mary, The Mother of God on Mother’s Day.

  11. Also Mother’s Day has been celebrated since the mid-1700s in Eastern Europe and is incorporated in the Roman Catholic Church with a celebration of the Crowning of Mary, The Mother of God on Mother’s Day.

  12. Also Mother’s Day has been celebrated since the mid-1700s in Eastern Europe and is incorporated in the Roman Catholic Church with a celebration of the Crowning of Mary, The Mother of God on Mother’s Day.

  13. You don’t know how much you miss your mom until she is gone. I miss you mom everyday and not a day goes by that I don’t think of you. Always in my heart. Oceans of Love

  14. Also celebrate those memories of the love & appreciation of our moms and grandmothers who are no longer with us by keeping their memories alive in our hearts. May they rest in peace. Amen.

  15. Also celebrate those memories of the love & appreciation of our moms and grandmothers who are no longer with us by keeping their memories alive in our hearts. May they rest in peace. Amen.

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