I wasn't suwe I could go ,cause i was sick the night befowe, but Sunday I woke up all bettew and full of enewgy anxious to go..so we took the subway up to 103rd stweet and walked to the wun...imagine my disappointment, when I saw that the only wiwe thewe was Gypsy, who had owganised it...
I decided to make the best of things and intwoduced myself to all the othew kinds of doggies thewe and played like a maniac in my usual style.
Gypsy wasn't intewested in playing at all.
Finally one othew cutie wiwe ,named Jeeves, fwom the uppew East side showed up..he was a dawling and played weally well.
I had a tewwific time despite being disappointed in not seeing hundweds of wiwes..I guess no one weads the invitations.
hewe is a video of the mowning
hewe's the wecipe fow any of you who want to twy to make it...Mommi just guessed at the amounts
RIKA’S HUNGARIAN POTATO SOUP
5 Potatoes (peel, cut into dice and cook in salted water till ¾ done, drain and save)
1 onion diced (small)
½ green pepper (roughly chopped up)
I tomato (peeled and chopped)
2 Hungarian gyulai kolbasz (this is a sausage-sweet or hot) depending on your taste.. You can get it on line from BENDE Inc in Chicago
2 T canola oil
1T sweet Hungarian paprika
1/8t hot Hungarian paprika
Salt to taste
2T chopped parsley
1-pint sour cream
About 4quarts water
Sauté onion in the oil till soft but clear on med. heat
Add green pepper and stir
Sprinkle flour over it and stir till it becomes pale orange
Take off heat and add paprika
Add kolbasz cut into thin slices
Continue to sauté stirring all the time (don’t let the onion or flour burn)
After about 2 minutes add tomato, water, salt, parsley
Cook for about ½ hour
Add potatoes and sour cream and cook for another 15minutes to half hour on low heat(don’t overcook the potatoes)
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Serve with fresh crusty bread
Please realize this is all approximate. I cook Hungarian things without measuring. I just know when it’s right, and tastes like my mothers’