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Friday, January 1st, 2010

Galumpkis!!

A long-time Morrison family tradition - Galumpkies!!


What are galumpkies you ask?
Galumpkis are cabbage rolls, a traditional Polish dish that my dad's side of the family loves to eat!

Todd's family also likes to eat cabbage rolls. So a few years ago we started a new year's day tradition in our home...make and eat galumpkies!

This year I had a little helper...




Today's galumpkies were beef...sometimes I use pork and beef. I mixed the browned beef with cooked rice and a big can of diced tomatoes. Lots of salt and pepper. Today I threw in some thyme, oregano, and red pepper flakes for good measure.



Ida rode along in the front pack as I peeled and boiled cabbage leaves...trying to keep them as intact as possible.




Next, place some of the meat mixture in a tender cabbage leaf and roll up like a little burrito.



Place in a heavy bottomed roasting pan or a crockpot. I put a layer of tomato sauce and sauerkraut on the bottom to help the galumpkies from sticking.



Next, a layer of tomato sauce. I like mine with lots of tomato sauce.



And then a layer of kraut...



Ida was a great helper. Somehow I managed to keep her clean, no tomato sauce or kraut on this little bean!



Cabbage rolls get tricky towards the end because the cabbage leaves get smaller and more difficult to remove from the cabbage without tearing them. Sometimes you have to do some patch work.



Mmmm, more tomato sauce. And sauerkraut.



And off into the oven they go!



Here's to a very wonderful 2010 to everyone!
Eat, drink and be merry!



Tags:  Emily, family, food, Ida
6 Comments
igna83
Scrumptious!!
Angi   Saturday, January 2, 2010
TheNichols
They were tasty!
Emmy Ann   Saturday, January 2, 2010
willnbek
Omg!!!!! I have to make these pronto. Now if I could find the energy for it. Hey you should flew out and make them for me. I am using my pregnancy card , you can't turn me down. Besides driggs wants to show you his new skill of temper tantrum. He's quite proud:) love you and Happy New Year!!!
WillnBek.com   Saturday, January 2, 2010
thecoalyard
omg, i want some
The Coal Yard   Saturday, January 2, 2010
thekoenigs
Yummm. Wish we were there to get some too!
The Koenigs   Saturday, January 2, 2010
TheNichols
Bek,
I'll be right there! Will make you a pan of cabbage rolls and a big batch of salsa! Ida could showDriggs her high pitch squeal and back arch!
Kisa,
how bout I stop through in early february and make you some cabbage rolls and eggplant to get labor movin'?

Love you both!!!
Emmy Ann   Saturday, January 2, 2010
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