Three days of cooking and we finally served our Ukrainian dinner. We served perogies, kielbasa and sour kraut, with jello cakes for dessert ( 700 perogies and 7 cakes) . Before we started this I had never even heard of a perogie. We fed 120 , surprisingly we did not have a lot of left overs. The women wore babushkas and aprons and the men boots and suspenders. What a hoot! The next adventure is a pig roast, never experienced one of those either.
|There were polka's|
|I can not believe he allowed this picture|
|They are doing the hokey pokey|
|And believe it or not they ended with the "chicken dance"????|
J and I are going to Globe today, I will take a lot of pictures. It is going to be close to 80 everyday this week, its time to hit the pool. Love to all.
Do what you can, with what you have, where you are. Theodore Roosevelt