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There is an alternate cover edition for this ASIN here. #1 Bestseller in European Cooking Top Ten Bestseller in Cooking Humor Top Five Bestseller in Regional/International Cooking Amazon Kindle Compared to erotic games in the village bath and shoplifting live turkeys in your bloomers, immigrant life is beyond boring. So Baba (Grandma) is brewing up Old Country customs in he There is an alternate cover edition for this ASIN here. #1 Bestseller in European Cooking Top Ten Bestseller in Cooking Humor Top Five Bestseller in Regional/International Cooking Amazon Kindle Compared to erotic games in the village bath and shoplifting live turkeys in your bloomers, immigrant life is beyond boring. So Baba (Grandma) is brewing up Old Country customs in her kitchen. "Baba's Kitchen" is a collection of heart wrenching and hilarious stories and 190 traditional recipes from refugees and immigrants. Narrator Baba instructs on how to cook traditional Ukrainian dishes The Lazy Way, make love to a bald man, cope with gossipy neighbors and utter Slavic curses such as, "May you be kicked by a duck!" Delicious food and womanly wiles with which to hunt Nazis/Soviets, snag hot bachelors and rescue animals, too. Bonus chapter: folk remedies for PMS, arthritis, cranky mates, yeast infections and chapped nipples.


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There is an alternate cover edition for this ASIN here. #1 Bestseller in European Cooking Top Ten Bestseller in Cooking Humor Top Five Bestseller in Regional/International Cooking Amazon Kindle Compared to erotic games in the village bath and shoplifting live turkeys in your bloomers, immigrant life is beyond boring. So Baba (Grandma) is brewing up Old Country customs in he There is an alternate cover edition for this ASIN here. #1 Bestseller in European Cooking Top Ten Bestseller in Cooking Humor Top Five Bestseller in Regional/International Cooking Amazon Kindle Compared to erotic games in the village bath and shoplifting live turkeys in your bloomers, immigrant life is beyond boring. So Baba (Grandma) is brewing up Old Country customs in her kitchen. "Baba's Kitchen" is a collection of heart wrenching and hilarious stories and 190 traditional recipes from refugees and immigrants. Narrator Baba instructs on how to cook traditional Ukrainian dishes The Lazy Way, make love to a bald man, cope with gossipy neighbors and utter Slavic curses such as, "May you be kicked by a duck!" Delicious food and womanly wiles with which to hunt Nazis/Soviets, snag hot bachelors and rescue animals, too. Bonus chapter: folk remedies for PMS, arthritis, cranky mates, yeast infections and chapped nipples.

52 review for Baba's Kitchen: Ukrainian Soul Food With Stories From the Village

  1. 5 out of 5

    Lisa

    Hilarious cookbook! Love the recipes too. Baba is fabulous.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Jurij Senyshyn

    Funny read and great food making whilst chuckling. Fond memories of my Ukrainian grandmother's amazing meals that I thought I had lost when she passed. A real treat! Funny read and great food making whilst chuckling. Fond memories of my Ukrainian grandmother's amazing meals that I thought I had lost when she passed. A real treat!

  3. 4 out of 5

    John O'Brien

    LOVE this book! She makes you laugh so your not at all nervous trying these recipes. No chef here -but have made quite a few recipes and ALL have turned out great. Thank you Baba!

  4. 4 out of 5

    Sally Korneychuk

    I was fortunate enough to get this ebook through Baba's facebook. I've only begun reading it....sort of skimmed through it and then have started to read it all. The recipes are from way back when.....truly original.....some I remember my mother making and some I am intrigued with and am going to try. I love Baba's sense of humour and wonderful stories.....she is just so unique. I visualize that my own Baba would have been like this. Idon't remember my Baba as we left Europe when I was 3.....I am I was fortunate enough to get this ebook through Baba's facebook. I've only begun reading it....sort of skimmed through it and then have started to read it all. The recipes are from way back when.....truly original.....some I remember my mother making and some I am intrigued with and am going to try. I love Baba's sense of humour and wonderful stories.....she is just so unique. I visualize that my own Baba would have been like this. Idon't remember my Baba as we left Europe when I was 3.....I am now 69. Thank you so much Baba for this amazing book....I truly treasure it <3

  5. 5 out of 5

    Helen

    Fun read! Baba is a lot like many strong Eastern European women I've known. I didn't like the way the recipes are posted and would prefer a more tradional layout. The antedotes are quirky. Being first generation Ukrainian-American myself, had some trouble with names and ingredients in some recipes but then my family is from another region. Also, Baba is a bit of a Yenta, but the author's roots are Judeo- Christian which would explain some of the differences. Set all, have to support my fellow Uk Fun read! Baba is a lot like many strong Eastern European women I've known. I didn't like the way the recipes are posted and would prefer a more tradional layout. The antedotes are quirky. Being first generation Ukrainian-American myself, had some trouble with names and ingredients in some recipes but then my family is from another region. Also, Baba is a bit of a Yenta, but the author's roots are Judeo- Christian which would explain some of the differences. Set all, have to support my fellow Ukrainians and would recomment to all.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Marika Moss

    I love this book. Sometimes there's a book that speaks to the root of who you are, this is that book. It combines humour with history and delicious recipes. The descriptions are top notch, the recipes accurate. It is not just a cook book it is an experience. I did not want to put it down. I highly recommend it to anyone. I love this book. Sometimes there's a book that speaks to the root of who you are, this is that book. It combines humour with history and delicious recipes. The descriptions are top notch, the recipes accurate. It is not just a cook book it is an experience. I did not want to put it down. I highly recommend it to anyone.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Tamara

    Reading this book has brought me back to my youth growing up on a farm in small town Saskatchewan. This has charmed many tears of happy memories of my own Baba! Thank you for taking me back home!

  8. 4 out of 5

    Rosi

    Fantastic! One of a kind cookbook/culture lesson in one!

  9. 4 out of 5

    Molly Nelson

    I wish I had ten copies!

  10. 4 out of 5

    Ron Olynick

    It’s now been 4 weeks since I received my copy of your wonderful “Baba’s Kitchen: Ukrainian Soul Food” cookbook and enjoyed reading a number of the recipes very much. I lent the book to my mom the next day- I haven’t seen it since.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Teresa Worobetz

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    Stacey

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    Warren Chapley

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  15. 4 out of 5

    Julie Woods

    There are better Ukrainian recipe books around, but this one is tinged with humour.

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    Karen

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    Judy Ford

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