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As he hesitated, the goulash upon the dish before him, Linke smiled.
THE SECRET WITNESSGEORGE GIBBS
As we drove into the great square at Goldap, a "goulash cannon," one of the German field kitchens, was smoking.
It is best to cook the Goulash at latter stage in a fireproof earthenware stewpan, in which it should be sent to table.
THE STORY OF CRISCOMARION HARRIS NEIL
This is on the style of Hungarian potato and other succulent dumplings and may be served with goulash or as a meal in itself.
THE COMPLETE BOOK OF CHEESEROBERT CARLTON BROWN
The Gypsies were gathered about the fire for their evening meal, and the scent of goulash came from the kettle.
OUR LITTLE HUNGARIAN COUSINMARY F. NIXON-ROULET
It must taste like a mixture of Hungarian goulash and Chinese chop-suey!
Soon goulash was simmering in the pot, and kasa was tossed together.
OUR LITTLE HUNGARIAN COUSINMARY F. NIXON-ROULET
For dinner they had often goulash or turoscsusza with vegetables or bread.
OUR LITTLE HUNGARIAN COUSINMARY F. NIXON-ROULET
Goulash is a Hungarian dish which has come to be a favorite in the United States.
Some goulash rhapsody, I believe it was, by a guy whose name sounds like a sneezin' fit.

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