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Some people here may have heard of these dishes, but I don't think the majority will have. It's an Eastern European thing.

The noodles used are wide soup noodles.
Noodles with poppy seeds.
Noodles with ground walnuts.
Noodles with cottage cheese.

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On Saturday, July 13, 2019 at 7:26:41 AM UTC-5, A Moose in Love wrote:
Some people here may have heard of these dishes, but I don't think the majority will have. It's an Eastern European thing.

The noodles used are wide soup noodles.
Noodles with poppy seeds.
Noodles with ground walnuts.
Noodles with cottage cheese.


But no McNoodles from McCraps!

John Kuthe...
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On Saturday, July 13, 2019 at 8:26:41 AM UTC-4, A Moose in Love wrote:
Some people here may have heard of these dishes, but I don't think the majority will have. It's an Eastern European thing.

The noodles used are wide soup noodles.
Noodles with poppy seeds.
Noodles with ground walnuts.
Noodles with cottage cheese.


Certainly I've heard of noodles with cottage cheese. The others are just
variations on a theme of noodles. IIRC I've had 'em with poppy seeds, but
I wouldn't swear to it.

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On 13:26 13 Jul 2019, A Moose in Love wrote:

Some people here may have heard of these dishes, but I don't think the
majority will have. It's an Eastern European thing.

The noodles used are wide soup noodles.
Noodles with poppy seeds.
Noodles with ground walnuts.
Noodles with cottage cheese.


Those sound really good.

I suppose much depends on the type of noodles. I'd given up on East European
noodles after too many gummy and clumped "spatzle" in Germany.
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On Saturday, July 13, 2019 at 9:22:24 AM UTC-4, Cindy Hamilton wrote:
On Saturday, July 13, 2019 at 8:26:41 AM UTC-4, A Moose in Love wrote:
Some people here may have heard of these dishes, but I don't think the majority will have. It's an Eastern European thing.

The noodles used are wide soup noodles.
Noodles with poppy seeds.
Noodles with ground walnuts.
Noodles with cottage cheese.


Certainly I've heard of noodles with cottage cheese. The others are just
variations on a theme of noodles. IIRC I've had 'em with poppy seeds, but
I wouldn't swear to it.

Cindy Hamilton


I never thought that people who were out of my cultural circle would eat these simple noodle dishes.


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A Moose in Love wrote:
Some people here may have heard of these dishes, but I don't think the majority will have. It's an Eastern European thing.

The noodles used are wide soup noodles.
Noodles with poppy seeds.
Noodles with ground walnuts.
Noodles with cottage cheese.


crunchy ramen noodles as a snack used to be one
of my things... haven't done that in 20yrs now
though.

i'd eat any of the above without blinking.
sound good.


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Some people here may have heard of these dishes, but I don't think the
majority will have. It's an Eastern European thing.

The noodles used are wide soup noodles.
Noodles with poppy seeds.
Noodles with ground walnuts.
Noodles with cottage cheese.


Is Kugel made with cottage cheese?

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On Saturday, July 13, 2019 at 10:08:22 PM UTC-4, Julie Bove wrote:
"A Moose in Love" wrote in message
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Some people here may have heard of these dishes, but I don't think the
majority will have. It's an Eastern European thing.

The noodles used are wide soup noodles.
Noodles with poppy seeds.
Noodles with ground walnuts.
Noodles with cottage cheese.


Is Kugel made with cottage cheese?


I don't know from Kugel, but I'll find out...

Yes. The following recipe has cottage cheese in it...

https://www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/...recipe-1946564
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Hi!!
I know a good Korean Soup Recipe!))
Delicious and help with Hangover!))
https://club.cooking/recipe/hangover-soup/
)))
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I do halushki with cottage. For me it is a must. Sour cream if no cottage.


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