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Hrutka Easter Cheese — Easter is over which means leftovers which around here means leftover hrutka or Easter cheese.
Hrutka is a traditional Slovak dish and is not a cheese. It is not unfairly compared to a big ball of cold scrambled eggs.
Yes, there is usually a lot of leftover hrutka.
But that’s where the dish truly shines. Microwave it with onions, cheese and leftover ham and you have an instant omelette. Heat it up and put it on an English muffin and an easy hrutka McMuffin.
And yes, if you should be lucky enough to acquire a taste you will enjoy it cold with horseradish and leftover kielbasa.
It’s never thrown out.
Here is how we make our hrutka:
Whisk 13 eggs, a quart of whole milk and a two teaspoons of salt in a big enough microwave-safe bowl. Nuke it between 25-30 minutes at 70 power stirring occasionally. Ladle it into a cheesecloth and hang it in the refrigerator overnight.
And there you have hrutka.
Hrutka Easter Cheese
Same Phrases Show News Coverage Not News — This has popped up in the threads of some of those we follow on Facebook and should be given wider play.
Watch it, weep, turn off the old news outlets then share. When they use the same, rather unimportant-unless-you-have-a-specific-agenda stories with the same phrases all over the country be sure the effort is organized.
We especially like “This is extremely dangerous to our democracy”.
It’s the irony.
If news coverage is organized it’s not about covering news.
Same Phrases Show News Coverage Not News
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