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It’s that time of the year again, when afternoons are short, the colors are subdued, and the appetite for rich spicy foods is at its highest. What a perfect occasion to cook a hearty Central Asia pilaf with mutton, lots of cumin, and (if you can find them) barberries (also known as berberis or “northern lemon”).
In May, the Russian Federation temporarily banned the export of grechka, also known as buckwheat, from June 5 to August 31.
Polina Chesnakova's family moved from Russia to Georgia, then from Georgia to Ukraine, and to the US. A cookbook author and cooking instructor, Chesnakova keeps her family traditions alive through cooking and baking, and inspiring others.
Growing up in post-Soviet Russia can make you crave anything foreign. Here is how a salad helped a Russian millennial develop a taste for her own culture.
Nothing says the Russian holiday season like rolling up to an office party with… sushi rolls?
Mushrooms have always been a part of the Russian diet, going back to ancient times,
Why is Georgian food so popular in Russia? Turns out there's more to it than deliciousness.
We review books of fiction (Chekhov, Remizov, the Brothers Strugatsky, and Anderson) and an enticing cookbook.
A great writer lives on his stomach. And Sofia Tolstoya had a way in the kitchen.
In which we consider the less than humble cabbage and its history in village life, and offer a quick sauerkraut recipe.
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