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Gołąbki from Daves cook book

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    Posted: 29 December 2010 at 18:50

I decided to give Golabki a try from our friend Dave's cook book. Man this was great  I highly recommend this to anyone looking for something a little different. Or at least it's different for my family. Came out great and I am looking forward to the Italian beef sammies I am in the process of making from his cook book as well. Here are some of the pics and thanks for looking.


All snug and tight, ready for the tomatoes and bacon.


all dressed up and ready for the oven


Just pulled and wow these were great. I didn't get any pics of one cut open but what a nice simple hearty meal. They really knew what they were doing when they came up with this dish. Thanks Dave for a new experience !!!!



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That was our experience as well.  Golabki is one of our new favorite dishes.  Congratulations.  Well done.  Your posts are making me really hungry tonight, first the Idaho potato cake and now this, I wanna come eat at your house. Thumbs Up
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Jerod, that is fantastic! What nice, juicy, mouthwatering pictures you've posted...well done Clap Man oh man, those golubkis with bacon on top look so delicious. Great job feeding the familia with something new and glad you liked them. Lots of good interesting new foods to like here at the forum! By the way....give the Salisbury Steaks in Hoser's cookbook a try~ they will be instant favourites. They were in this hacienda!
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Hoser Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 30 December 2010 at 01:15
I sure am glad you enjoyed them Jerod...it's a nice easy meal to make for a crowd as well...and you know all about feeding a crowd!Wink
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Thanks all, John I was eye balling the salisbury steak. I think I will be giving that one a shot as well. 
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Reading this reminded me that I need to make Dave's salisbury steak.  I think I'll shoot for that tomorrow night.
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