Finalist: Entrees. Sheryl Chomak serves her lighter version of a hearty classic over hot egg noodles for satisfying dish.Finalist: Entrees. Sheryl Chomak serves her lighter version of a hearty classic over hot egg noodles for satisfying dish.
[MUSIC] [BLANK_AUDIO] I'm Sheryl Chomak, and I'm from Beaverton, Oregon, and I'm a retired psychologist. I'm making Hungarian goulash. It's a recipe my mother used to make and I think she got it from her father who was from Hungarian goulash is a kind of a stew, and the thing that makes it goulash is that it has Hungarian spices in it. So it has paprika and it has caraway seeds. You know, it's something I don't normally see in cooking magazines, so I thought Okay when I put in the caraway Seeds. That's gonna make it really kinda special. I actually didn't have to adapt it very much for the magazine cuz it was already pretty much within their guidelines and I used the products that you could use in the contest and it made it test better, which was really exciting. I heard about the contest. By sitting in my doctors office and picking up a magazine and saying, oh here's a cooking contest and I entered it just kind of on a whim at the last minute. [BLANK_AUDIO]