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Topic: OT+is red oak ok to roast with? (2 msgs / 64 lines)
1) From: Bob Szanto
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Mike,
This is way off topic, but what village is your father from?  I'm from 
Gyorkony, in Tolna Megye (county) a "small Schwabian village".  Mom and 
Dad and I came to Akron, Ohio in 1948.  I've spent a few hours at the 
wine cellars in Gyorkony on a couple of trips back there.
Thanks,
Bob Szanto
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2) From: Michael Wascher
Small world!
My father was born on Györköny. My mother was born in Khürberg / Bh=
ömen
(CSR) / Elbogen. This is in Sudetenland, the part of Germany that was made =
a
part of Czechoslovakia after WW1. I was born in Schwabia: Würzburg a. Mai=
n,
Bayern, DBR (West Germany)
We came to the US in 1956, when I was 2 years old. We came on the SS United
States  to New York City, and then
continued to Akron, Ohio!
A longer email is headed back-channel ... since this is an OT offshoot of a=
n
OT thread, any other wine-making coffee-roasting
Swabian/Hungarian/Czeck/Akronite/Ohion/Americans please contact me and/or
Bob backchannel.
--MikeW
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