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9 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. janet
    Oct 30, 2009 @ 01:59:04

    Hi I was searching for feather Christmas trees on google images and came up with your blog amongst many other things – for a history project I am involved in.
    I enjoyed your blog only read bits but I want to something similar but with family history

    I got Photoshop earlier this week – thought I would try it with your old pictures. Hope yu dont mind! I dont seem to be able to send it back to you here but you could email me with your email address and I will send them that way.

    Good to meet you



  2. Pam
    Jun 25, 2012 @ 22:01:21

    My husband asked me to look for a koshi recipe. You have such a fun site! It seems that koshi is very much like kugelis. Any idea why some people call it koshi and some kugelis?



    • luvsclassics
      Jun 27, 2012 @ 07:30:50

      Hi, Pam
      Thanks for visiting. Have you tried the recipe?

      The recipe I posted for Koshi is a very old recipe handed down from my grandmother and perhaps from great grandmother. I’ll have to look up what Kugelis is!!



  3. Pam
    Jun 27, 2012 @ 14:48:57

    I have not made it; my husband is going to though. I sounds just like the recipe he remembers. My late mother-in-law did teach me to make her potato pancakes, which we love. Kugelis and Koshi sound the same. I wonder if the term koshi was used in a certain area of Lithuanian. Anybody know?



    • luvsclassics
      Jun 27, 2012 @ 20:21:54

      Hello again Pam,

      I don’t actually know what part of Lithuanian that my great grandmother came from; perhaps one of my aunts might know.

      I googled the question and came up with my recipe as well as this site.

      They mention Baked Potatoe Koshie, a Zucchini Koshie, and also the Potato Pancakes. One of the gals must come from Pa, she writes about the Schuykil county, coal region which is where my mother grew up.

      Have a good evening,



  4. Pam
    Jun 28, 2012 @ 17:22:33

    Thanks so much! As soon as the weather turns a little cooler we’re going to try these recipes.



  5. Liz adams
    Jun 16, 2015 @ 22:08:02

    Nice to find your blog Grace!enjoy Bite Club next month



  6. Trisha
    Apr 09, 2016 @ 12:22:40

    Thanks for the recipe. It is similar to the kochi my grandmother made. She was from the Varena area of Lithuania and settled in New Jersey. I remember that she put bacon drippings in it. Your recipe is greatly appreciated!



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