My brothers are cooking tonight with my mom's input on her deliciously ethnic Dumplings and Pork. It's one of her great old Bohemian recipes we grew up with--but never make ourselves! What's a family favorite of yours? — with James Denz.
Jona Denz-HamiltonJennifer Horine Lopez: On my mom's side--Bohemian, as she calls it! She cooked up a lot of this in "your" kitchen when your house was new! Janie FreemanI love sauerkraut, espcially on hot dogs at the ballpark. Not that I ever go to games much anymore. Jona Denz-HamiltonJames Denz: How did it turn out?? Janie FreemanI like Bohemian or 'BoHo' style in fashion. I thought it always meant artistic. James DenzJanie, you're right. Bohemian is a type of art/artist but also refers to the people of Bohemia, which is now the Czech Republic. James DenzJona, edible but not as good as Mom's! I need more practice. Jennifer Horine LopezI'm half Czech as my mom is 100%. I was getting hungry reading about your brother's dinner! :) Dottie CantuChilie verde yummmy my dad makes it
www.czechspecials.com .Marilyn BarrantiI am going to have to try this recipe, I love pork and I do like sauerkraut... Ningning AnsayMy parent loved to served us pork or beef steak with fried onion ring, eggplants, and sprinkled with lemon in a soy sauce, my kids love it and now my grandson. It's a universal recipe that everybody wld love it. Genevieve RistinHoska with butter and grape jam. Carol SmithI remember that...but now of course I don't go near pork or any other meat...sorry. Joseph MckinneyI remember my mom, and grandmother made soopish, a Portuguese dish, not sure I spelled it right, like a roast beef soup poured on French bread, really good! Pamela Smith SpahnHoska, I remember. Don't recall ever being served dumplings and pork. Sounds good, though. Hazel Kuhl SmithMy mother made the BEST potato salad. I have her secret but still call her everytime I make it to make sure! Stephanie Bokariza IvanovSchnitzel !! Croatian meal❤ Jona Denz-HamiltonPamela Smith Spahn: Hoska!! It smells sooooooooo great baking, but I haven't had any in about 25 years. Do you ever make it? Jona Denz-HamiltonGenevieve Ristin: Mom used to make our Grandma Havel's Hoska too--with butter and jam out of the oven. It was a treat about once every 2 or 3 years! Genevieve RistinMy Mom bakes it several times per year, usually in the winter as it's great comfort food. Goes great with a hot cup of tea. My Mom also fondly remembers her mother's delicious roast duck with stuffing made from crushed saltine crackers. Pamela Smith SpahnJona, I've never even actually tried it. I was very young when my grandmother used to make it. It had raisins in it and I didn't like raisins, so that was that. But she also made the most delicious cinnamon buns at the same time. Those I devoured!
Genevieve RistinI can't stand raisins either so my Mom leaves them out of the hoska.