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Caucasian Dessert cooking in the countryside

 
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I've become entranced with Kand's cooking.... outside, with the chickens, cows, dog, etc... sitting down! .... over fire....mountains, countryside, etc.  Talk about 'manual' !   And many 'recipes', including lasagna, pizza and their regional cuisine.   Talk about from scratch : )
 
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Thank you for this wonderful link, Nancy. Completely engrossing! Reminds me of malting grains for beer or sprouting wheat for bread but takes those processes to a completely new and unexpected place. What a treat to be introduced to a master outdoor chef. So grateful!
 
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Thanks, Amy :)  I'm also appreciative of 'whatever' led me to this 'cook'.  This is the most unusual so far... but she has a lot posted ;)
 
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