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anniam | Apr 6, 201601:56 PM     4

My grandmother made a soup from beef and chicken bones. Pretty basic I think, it had parsley and parsley root, carrots, onions, celery. I remember watching her make liver dumplings but I can't find a recipe like hers. She was Austrian and Slovak and she married a Hungarian, so it was from that region. She used an old hand crank grinder that I got when she died. She would put a piece of liver in the grinder and then a chunk of onion and parsley. Then she would add an egg and some flour. All the recipes I have found call for old bread, rolls or breadcrumbs but she ALWAYS used flour. My grandmother couldn't have been the only one to use flour. Does anyone have a recipe they could share with me? I sure would appreciate it.

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