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  • a plate of these Ukrainian dumplings will only cost you $5 but they're a little hard to find down in the East Village.

    一盤這些烏克蘭餃子將只花費你5美元,但他們是一個有點難找到下來在東村。

  • If you make your way to East Seventh Street between Second Avenue and Cooper Square, you'll see East Village chiropractic and right beside it this blue Cyrillic sign.

    如果你走到東七街,在第二大道和庫珀廣場之間,你會看到東村脊骨神經療法,旁邊就有這個藍色的西里爾語招牌。

  • Head down the stairs below it and you'll find handmade Ukrainian comfort food at this treasured hideaway called Stretch Up.

    沿著它下面的樓梯往下走,你會在這個名為Stretch Up的珍稀藏身處找到手工製作的烏克蘭舒適食品。

  • Meet the Chef.

    見過廚師。

  • My name is the Metro Kovalenko, and I ran kitchen.

    我叫麥特羅-科瓦連科,是廚房的負責人。

  • It's stretcher.

    這是擔架。

  • Stretch is not your typical restaurant.

    拉伸不是一般的餐廳。

  • It opened 40 years ago to raise money for ST George Ukrainian Catholic Church.

    它在40年前開業,為ST喬治烏克蘭天主教堂籌集資金。

  • Which is why do Metro or Dema calls it a church kitchen?

    這就是為什麼麥德龍或德瑪叫它教堂廚房?

  • It's run entirely by volunteers who come to make pierogi by hand or in Ukrainian, we say Veronica.

    它完全是由志願者經營的,他們來手工製作墩子,或者用烏克蘭語,我們說維羅妮卡。

  • Yeah, but in some part of Ukraine, they say pirogi.

    是的,但在烏克蘭的某些地方,他們說pirogi。

  • So bosses right.

    所以老闆是吧。

  • Dema starts by making the outer layer.

    德瑪先做外層。

  • I'm making door think I'm using this roller to make circles on.

    我讓門以為我是用這個滾筒在上面做圈。

  • I put feeling on it.

    我把感覺放在上面。

  • Potato, onion, She's butter.

    洋芋,洋蔥,她是黃油。

  • So black pepper e.

    所以黑胡椒e。

  • Guess that's it.

    我猜就是這樣。

  • It's simple, but people say it's delicious.

    雖然簡單,但大家都說好吃。

  • It's beautiful.

    真漂亮

  • E.

    E.

  • Tell you through the best Baranek I ever, ever.

    通過最好的Baranek告訴你,我曾經,曾經。

  • That's about my grandchildren.

    那是關於我的孫子。

  • They never like.

    他們從不喜歡。

  • Like what?

    像什麼?

  • I made that at home.

    我在家裡做的。

  • He said No, they wanted from Lima.

    他說不,他們要從利馬來。

  • That's Helen.

    那是海倫

  • Like the rest of the women around this table.

    就像這張桌子旁的其他女人一樣。

  • She comes by once a week to help make Very Nikki.

    她每週來一次,幫助製作《非常尼基》。

  • That's old woman from the parish of the charge.

    那是收費的教區的老太太。

  • So, yeah, that's like a part of their social activities.

    所以,是的,這就像是他們社會活動的一部分。

  • They like to make kind of the nation's off the charge.

    他們喜歡使種全國的關負責。

  • So by helping here in in the structure Yeah, they do that 20 years.

    所以,通過幫助這裡在結構 是的,他們這樣做,20年。

  • I like working 20 years.

    我喜歡工作20年。

  • Yeah, I am a g e.

    是的,我是一個g e。

  • I like it because this nice quits.

    我喜歡它,因為這個好的quits。

  • Maybe.

    也許吧

  • Nice boss.

    好老闆

  • One steam is done cutting dough.

    一蒸就完成了切面團。

  • The woman helped pinch each dumpling closed is the same.

    女人幫著捏著每個餃子合上是一樣的。

  • Like you have a boyfriend and squeeze you and kiss you pages thin.

    就像你有一個男朋友,捏著你,親著你頁薄。

  • They're boiled for five minutes and set beside a window to dry.

    它們被煮了5分鐘,然後放在窗邊晾乾。

  • Uh, don't let them go.

    呃,不要讓他們走。

  • They have tow package, Hiroki.

    弘樹,他們有拖曳裝置

  • Usually we make like a 2000 off pierogi every Friday, and then they all gone by the next Wednesday.

    通常我們每週五都會做2000塊錢的餛飩,然後到下週三就全沒了。

  • Each plate it's served with caramelized onions and a large dollop of sour cream.

    每一盤它都有焦糖洋蔥和一大團酸奶油。

  • Super comfort food definitely gets its flavor from caramelized onions.

    超級舒適的食物絕對來自焦糖洋蔥的味道。

  • He was right so savory and soft and silky.

    他說的沒錯,所以鹹香軟滑。

  • Maybe.

    也許吧

  • And we can say that about all Ukrainian food.

    我們可以說,所有的烏克蘭食品。

  • It's, ah, little bit like sweet and salty.

    這是,啊,有點像甜和鹹。

  • It's pleasure to eat but you know, needed even take, you know, the goal right south inside.

    吃飯很高興,但你知道,需要甚至採取,你知道,目標右南內。

  • Very, very tasty.

    非常,非常好吃。

  • Along with Ukrainian dumplings, Seema serves three other traditional dishes.

    除了烏克蘭餃子,Seema還提供其他三種傳統菜餚。

  • This is like four most famous Ukrainian dishes.

    這就像烏克蘭最著名的四道菜。

  • That's what people comes here for.

    這就是人們來這裡的原因。

  • They always want to see those parochial bush stuffed cabbage.

    他們總想看看那些偏僻的灌木叢裡的白菜。

  • If you do something else, they I'm gonna say you where is where the stuffed cabbage You're gonna hear it for sure.

    如果你做了別的事,他們會說你在哪裡釀成的捲心菜,你一定會聽到的。

  • Although the kitchen serves mostly churchgoers, it's open to the public to some come just for demons.

    雖然廚房的服務對象主要是教堂的信徒,但它對公眾開放,有些人只是為了魔鬼而來。

  • Daily specials like fish with mushrooms in a cream sauce.

    奶油醬蘑菇魚等每日特色菜。

  • It's like home cooked food.

    就像家常菜一樣。

  • Are you always get like the booth?

    你總是得到像攤位?

  • But then, once you started doing specials just every single day and it all costs no more than $8.

    但後來,一旦你開始做特價,只是每天都有,而且都不超過8元。

  • Eso Our price range is like from $4 for the bush of stuffed cabbage and $5.60 G's.

    Eso我們的價格區間就像從4元的包菜叢和5.6元的G。

  • Okay, have a good day.

    好吧,有一個良好的一天。

  • You hold him.

    你抱著他。

  • Demo left eastern Ukraine six years ago to escape the ongoing conflict there between Ukraine and pro Russian separatists.

    六年前,德莫離開烏克蘭東部,以躲避烏克蘭和親俄羅斯分離主義分子之間的持續衝突。

  • Shortly after arriving in New York, he became a volunteer and head of the kitchen at ST Yah.

    到紐約後不久,他就成為ST亞的志願者和廚房負責人。

  • First, they didn't like me.

    首先,他們不喜歡我。

  • Yeah, well, that the new guy, he's younger, like we're here.

    是啊,新來的傢伙,他更年輕,就像我們在這裡。

  • Like, you know what to do.

    就像,你知道該怎麼做。

  • He do everything wrong.

    他做的一切都是錯的。

  • And, uh, to be honest, I was doing a little bit wrong.

    而且,呃,說實話,我做得有點不對。

  • You know?

    你知道嗎?

  • It took me time to get experience, to learn how to do it.

    我需要時間去積累經驗,去學習如何做。

  • So they like it.

    所以他們喜歡。

  • The door.

    那扇門

  • It was tough for them.

    這對他們來說很艱難。

  • Make it softer.

    讓它更柔軟。

  • Make it softer.

    讓它更柔軟。

  • That's what I heard.

    我也是這麼聽說的。

  • Yeah, and now, now they're my best friends.

    是啊,現在,現在他們是我最好的朋友。

  • Dean is one of many who have found a second home in this little Ukrainian island underground, which fits right in with what stretcher as a place was meant to be.

    迪恩是眾多在這個烏克蘭地下小島上找到第二個家的人之一,這正符合擔架這個地方的本意。

  • Teacher.

    老師

  • It's like an old fashioned Ukrainian work for meeting like a place.

    這就像一個老式的烏克蘭工作,因為像一個地方的會議。

  • But Charles, which is makes sense and somehow even thousands of miles from Ukraine deem is a little bit closer because of strata e.

    但查爾斯,這是有道理的,某種程度上,即使從烏克蘭數千英里,認為是一個有點接近,因為地層e。

  • I feel myself not being home, but I'm doing here something that gave me closer to home and that I told you that means a lot for me because I'm missing home so much mhm.

    我覺得自己不在家,但我在這裡做的事情,讓我離家更近,我告訴你,這對我來說意義重大,因為我太想家了,嗯。

a plate of these Ukrainian dumplings will only cost you $5 but they're a little hard to find down in the East Village.

一盤這些烏克蘭餃子將只花費你5美元,但他們是一個有點難找到下來在東村。

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