Another Eastern European....

Discussion in 'Roll Call' started by ebshumidors, May 13, 2008.

  1. ebshumidors

    ebshumidors Fire Starter

    Hi,
    My name is Ebben. My Grandparents were Hungarian, Slovak, Polish and Russian and my Grandparents spoke Hungarian around the house. I got started in this since I couldn't find the good old Hunky food anywhere. I now make hurka and frisz kolbasz but need to start smoking to make Fustolt kolbasz and szalona. I live near Memphis so I've done some smoke cooking in my neighbor's barrel. I am buying a GOSM on sale at Bass Pro this weekend for $99 and want to start smoking bacon and sausage. I need good Kolbasz for a Szalona cookout or greasy bread as us kids used to call it. There is a lady at church who speaks Hungarian who helps me translate. I found some recipes at http://www.grocceni.com/disznovagas.html and will try to post the translations when I get a chance.
     
  2. richtee

    richtee Smoking Guru OTBS Member

    Yum... there was a post on the "bacon fry" here a while back. The Hunky side of my family has one every Labor Day. Hard to find good bacon for this...pigs are just not as fat now they say.

    You looking to make something like this? :{)

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  3. ebshumidors

    ebshumidors Fire Starter

    Yep. That and paprikas szalona. And anything else I can. People just don't know how good the bacon fry is. When my grandparents had a barbecue, that was waht they had. The trick is good rye bread that we got in Jersey whaen I was a kid.
     
  4. richtee

    richtee Smoking Guru OTBS Member

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    Used to be a Hunky town by Detroit - Delray. All gone to hell now, but man..as a kid, what foods!

    A decent sub for the hunky rye is the jewish rye, no seeds of course. It's a little denser...heavier? well more solid than the Hunky stuff, but it holds up well to the pepper/onion tomato mix.
     
  5. ebshumidors

    ebshumidors Fire Starter

    is that your paprika salona?
     
  6. gooose53

    gooose53 Smoking Fanatic SMF Premier Member

    Welcome to the SMF!!
     
  7. kookie

    kookie Master of the Pit OTBS Member

    Welcome to the site.................Great place here.............
     
  8. richtee

    richtee Smoking Guru OTBS Member

    Yep. Was OK...I'm still working on it.
     
  9. bb53chevpro

    bb53chevpro Master of the Pit OTBS Member

  10. ebshumidors

    ebshumidors Fire Starter

  11. cowgirl

    cowgirl Smoking Guru OTBS Member

    Welcome to the forum Ebben, glad to have you here.[​IMG]
     
  12. texas smiter

    texas smiter Newbie

    Hi Ebben,

    I am new here... but look forward to reading and recipes that you will be posting.



    Also...
    Not sure if this will translate as specific items as a recipie..
    But here is an online Hungarian to English translator.
    http://www.translation-guide.com/fre...ian&to=English

    edit: oops.. had some info mixed
     
  13. richoso1

    richoso1 Smoking Guru OTBS Member SMF Premier Member

    Welcome to the SMF, a great place to be with good folks willing to help you. Richtee always has something good to say...
     
  14. ebshumidors

    ebshumidors Fire Starter

    I hadn't been here in a while.  I just popped in to say I made a brisket on Friday and some szalona yesterday.  I've been busy with the Appleseed Project.  http://www.appleseedinfo.org
     
  15. etcher1

    etcher1 Master of the Pit

    Welcome [​IMG]to the [b][b][b][b][b][b][b][b][b][b]SMF[/b][/b][/b][/b][/b][/b][/b][/b][/b][/b] forum, You came to the right place. Good people and good info.
     
  16. nwdave

    nwdave Master of the Pit SMF Premier Member

    My wife was raised in a Polish family, 3rd Generation American, so doesn't really remember the recipes but knows the tastes of her childhood.  I'd like to smoke something for her 61st birthday that was truly slavic.  I feel it's important to honor our origins (I'm Welch) so any pointers you could give would really help (or anyone else, for that matter).  We've got until next April to get this figured out.
     

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