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I am in the process of making the last large food item I wanted too this
weekend. 5 gallons of Cabbage, bean and keilbasa soup...the pots on the
stove and the veggies are in it...Once they soften a bit in will go the
sausage coins then the chopped dill and finally the sour cream will be
stirred in. I figure maybe 2 o'clock will see finished soup.

It looks a little thicker than usual...so much for not following a
recipe...Might turn out to be cabbage, bean and keilbasa stew.

So much for believing last Thursday I had the gumption to make it all in
one day...

I'm still stuffed from last nights Cornish game hen and souffle feast. I
will be making that easier to make petite choix dough.

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3/8 cup unsalted butter
3/4 cup water
3/4 cup flour
1/4 tsp salt
3 eggs

Melt butter in a pan with the water and salt. Bring to a boil
Add flour all at once stirring furiously till it forms a ball (about 30
seconds) and pulls away from the sides.

Cool slightly and while stiring with mixer add eggs one at a time.


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I am in the process of making the last large food item I wanted too this
weekend. 5 gallons of Cabbage, bean and keilbasa soup...the pots on the
stove and the veggies are in it...Once they soften a bit in will go the
sausage coins then the chopped dill and finally the sour cream will be
stirred in. I figure maybe 2 o'clock will see finished soup.

It looks a little thicker than usual...so much for not following a
recipe...Might turn out to be cabbage, bean and keilbasa stew.


It all sounds good to me! I might try to make this some time.




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