I'm looking for a recipe prepared by my grandmother who passed on over 40 years ago. I have over the years tried to duplicate the foods she prepared as I remember them. I've used my memory, family help and any number of cookbooks to help me. What I'm looking for is somthing we called; (please forgive the spelling) fleish bulkies,
This was not unlike a calzone; dough filled loosely with a meat mixture, baked and served on the side with chicken soup.
I'm sure different families called this accompaniment by many different names. If you have any idea about what I'm looking for or any idea of where I may look or what other name I should be looking for; I'd appreciate your help.
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