Complicated, at best. I’m concerned for her and Ukraine right now. We haven’t really talked in a while. I’d like to change they, but I guess they’re busy too.
No need for that! I’m working as fast as I can to find the time to check in here, I promise!
Labas, Feliks! I’ve actually missed you… even if you’re singing something strange…
(( WELCOME BACK, sweetie! ))
Cooking is a specialty of mine! Today we’re going to learn how to cook Koldūnai. Sometimes I make it for my boss! To begin with, we’ll need…
- 3 eggs
- 2 tablespoons water
- 3 cups flour
- 1-1/2 pounds ground beef
- 1-1/4 teaspoon salt
- 1/8 teaspoon pepper
- 2 eggs
- 1/2 cup finely chopped onion
First, you’ll want to prepare the fillings!
Beat eggs, then mix them with salt, pepper, chopped onion, and ground beef. You can substitute the seasoning however you like.
Ivan and Alfred aren’t picky about flavor at all, for instance, while Feliks loves all kinds of seasoning, and is very opinionated about it. “Do it the Polish way!”, he says to me. A-anyway!
You want the beef to be as finely ground as possible. The filling should have a consistent texture, so that you don’t have dumplings that are too lumpy! The more evenly-sized the pieces of onion and meat are, the better! You’re done! Set it aside for now.
Unfortunately, I think that Po already knows my hobbies pretty well. Somehow. Without me telling him. As for singing, it’s something we both enjoy! Even though neither of us is very good at it, to be completely honest!
(( I’m assuming the event I was doing ended, so I’ll be back to sitting quietly for questions, I suppose! ))
If you don’t think Lithuania is the cutest most handsome thing then you’re wrong
(( I’m busy, but back! ))