Culture Days began this past weekend and you might have learned how to make Egg Noodles.
On Friday, September 28, at the East Coulee taught folks how to make Egg Noodles.
Mine and Dine is a cooking program that gives one a little history on Hungarian foods.
"This is actually apart of a program that we do in conjunction with the Atlas (Coal Mines); it's called, 'Wine and Dine'," said Barb Steeves from the East Coulee Museum. "We developed it with a Hungarian theme when we came up with the Mine and Dine. So we were asked if we'd like to take part in the Alberta Culture Days."
The cooking class taught intrigued guests how to properly cook an Egg Noodle, an important food from Canadian Hungarian history.
"We decided that Noodles With Nagymama was kind of a, set-a-part thing that we could do and have some fun and show some of the Hungarian Culture," explained Steeves.
"East Coulee was actually the largest Hungarian settlement in Alberta. It's part of the culture here. Of what we want to retain," she concluded. "And to let people know, now, what this was like."