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    zinszer
    Wed Jul 25, 2012 2:40 pm
    Newbie "Fry Cook" Poster
    I am looking for a recipe of a meat dish called "hop-in-the-mouth" My mother -in-law made it for their family but she is unfortunately deceased and I am putting a recipe book together for the family and this was one of their favorites. I believe it is a pensylvania dutch recipe.[/i][/b]
    Molly53
    Wed Jul 25, 2012 3:24 pm
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    zinszer wrote:
    I am looking for a recipe of a meat dish called "hop-in-the-mouth" My mother -in-law made it for their family but she is unfortunately deceased and I am putting a recipe book together for the family and this was one of their favorites. I believe it is a pensylvania dutch recipe.[/i][/b]
    The English translation for saltimbocca/saltinbocca is hop in the mouth and is a dish popular in southern Switzerland, Italy, Spain and Greece and can be made with veal, chicken, beef or pork.

    There are nearly 60 recipes for saltimbocca in the db. Click on http://www.food.com/recipe-finder/all/saltimbocca to see them. If none of them are what you're looking for, maybe you could give us a little better description of the dish (ingredients, etc).

    If you give any of them a try, recipe reviews are very much appreciated. icon_smile.gif
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