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Reader feedback: Being too American

RE: A pinch of salt: Cooking with Slovak, By Tom Nicholson, Vol 9, No 2, Jan 20 to 26

If you think the kitchen is bad, try to help out with the housework and washing clothes. I tried to help my cousin with the vacuuming and was royally yelled at! Men are supposed to tinker with the voz, and piť slivovica. I am Slovak by birth but American by nationality. I was told I was too American

David W. Rozman

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