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    Terry Pulliam Burd Guest

    Default Update of Apple Strudel Recipe

    I didn't get a chance to make the apple strudel I posted a few days
    ago until today. (I was frog marched to a Rod Stewart/Stevie Nicks
    concert at the Hollywood Bowl Sunday night. Completely against my
    will, of course. I'd much rather have been home making this &*^$&^@*!!
    studel.) If you're inclined to make it, here's the update:

    You can *easily* either cut the apple filling by half or make two
    strudels - maybe 3. I think I could have stretched it to a third
    strudel, but I'd pretty much lost interest in the project after the
    second one. (Rod and Stevie also made me drink way too much bad
    champagne*. Again, completely against my will.)

    *Damned venue won't let you bring in your own bubbly. Ya gotta buy
    their crap.

    Terry "Squeaks" Pulliam Burd...still singing, "If you want my body and
    you think I'm sexy..." W00t! W00t!

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    Portland Guest

    Default Re: Update of Apple Strudel Recipe

    On Apr 18, 9:46*pm, Terry Pulliam Burd <ntpull...@spambot.net> wrote:
    > I didn't get a chance to make the apple strudel I posted a few days
    > ago until today. (I was frog marched to a Rod Stewart/Stevie Nicks
    > concert at the Hollywood Bowl Sunday night. Completely against my
    > will, of course. I'd much rather have been home making this &*^$&^@*!!
    > studel.) If you're inclined to make it, here's the update:
    >
    > You can *easily* either cut the apple filling by half or make two
    > strudels - maybe 3. I think I could have stretched it to a third
    > strudel, but I'd pretty much lost interest in the project after the
    > second one. (Rod and Stevie also made me drink way too much bad
    > champagne*. Again, completely against my will.)
    >
    > *Damned venue won't let you bring in your own bubbly. Ya gotta buy
    > their crap.
    >
    > Terry "Squeaks" Pulliam Burd...still singing, "If you want my body and
    > you think I'm sexy..." W00t! W00t!
    >
    > --
    >
    > To reply, remove "spambot" and replace it with "cox"


    My Mom, Grandmother, Aunt, used to make strudel when I was a kid.
    They made the Austro-Hungarian style with many many layers of dough.
    They made poppy seed with cherry strudel, cabbage strudel, cottage
    cheese strudel, squash strudel, potato strudel, walnut strudel etc.
    Good stuff, but a lot of labour. They used to stretch the dough over
    the dining room table. It was very thin. I liked them all, but my
    favourite was squash strudel. They never made apple strudel.

  3. #3
    spamtrap1888 Guest

    Default Re: Update of Apple Strudel Recipe

    On Apr 18, 7:11*pm, Portland <railyardbl...@ymail.com> wrote:
    > On Apr 18, 9:46*pm, Terry Pulliam Burd <ntpull...@spambot.net> wrote:
    >
    >
    >
    > > I didn't get a chance to make the apple strudel I posted a few days
    > > ago until today. (I was frog marched to a Rod Stewart/Stevie Nicks
    > > concert at the Hollywood Bowl Sunday night. Completely against my
    > > will, of course. I'd much rather have been home making this &*^$&^@*!!
    > > studel.) If you're inclined to make it, here's the update:

    >
    > > You can *easily* either cut the apple filling by half or make two
    > > strudels - maybe 3. I think I could have stretched it to a third
    > > strudel, but I'd pretty much lost interest in the project after the
    > > second one. (Rod and Stevie also made me drink way too much bad
    > > champagne*. Again, completely against my will.)

    >


    Next time you make one, use two or three different apples, btw. Granny
    Smiths get annoying if that's all there is.

    > My Mom, Grandmother, Aunt, used to make strudel when I was a kid.
    > They made the Austro-Hungarian style with many many layers of dough.
    > They made poppy seed with cherry strudel, cabbage strudel, cottage
    > cheese strudel, squash strudel, potato strudel, walnut strudel etc.
    > Good stuff, but a lot of labour. *They used to stretch the dough over
    > the dining room table. *It was very thin. *I liked them all, but my
    > favourite was squash strudel. *They never made apple strudel.


    My grandmother made two things she called strudel: the thin dough
    fruit strudel (apple or cherry), and the thick dough walnut or poppy
    seed strudel. Hungarians seem to really go for the second kind,
    especially at Christmas time.

    Come to think of it, she might have made cabbage strudel for us once
    upon a time.

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