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Times have changed...But when his younger brother landed in Moscow this week it was again on a Russian made Ilyushin...the stroganoff pronunciation type that's usually used by Russian leaders.


Any casserole you make can be jazzed up with a vegetable. Onions are a good first vegetable. I hate the taste of onions but I love the flavor it gives other food. Cook onions with your meat to make it more savory. Ask yourself what vegetable would go well in the casserole you're making. I just made some crock pot slow cooker and thought that broccoli would go well in it. My mom is visiting and helping and she agrees. When I asked how much to put in she said as much as there is meat. I was skeptical. It seemed like way too many vegetables but it was perfect. Cook the vegetable in with the meat or sauce and it take on its flavor.


When done russian stew using the venik you throw a ladle of chilly water over yourself and exit into the dressing room to take a break. People can take a sauna in 2-6 sessions, maybe more. When all done, we wash in the stove room pouring water right on the floor, and it drains between the wooden boards.


Dublin Pub features a surprisingly large menu with many classic Irish Pub types of food. They include favorites such as Bass battered fish and chips, Guinness beef stew, Beef Boxty and my personal favorite, the Bully Beef Shot. The Bully Beef Shot is an open face sandwich with mashed potatoes, roast beef and a generous helping of Guinness gravy. Dublin Pub's portions are considerable and their prices are extremely fair. Entrees range from as low as $8 to about $15.


As an aside, the production of this audio postcard took me back to the days of my grandparents, when radio was king. The sounds in the background were all I had to go on as I listened to this diary-type story, so I was able to use my imagination. Radio production like this is something that seems to be dying. I enjoyed listening to this and will tune into NPR for more.
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