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1. Another One Bites the Dust

Yeliseyevsky Food Emporium in Moscow closes its doors after 120 years selling groceries in a completely incongruent physical space.

Tags: groceries, food, st. petersburg, Moscow, tourism, closure, yeliseyevsky
2. Milk Foam Pancakes is Only the Beginning

Traditional Yakut meals get a second chance thanks to local museum. Tuyara, museum employee and part of the program to bring back these recipes, shares her story.

Tags: Siberia, food, travel, Yakutia
By Anna Kharzeeva
3. Protein, Protein, Protein!

Heads up, parents! You might not celebrate Russian Orthodox Lent, but who wouldn’t appreciate a tidbit from a nutritionist?

Tags: lent, nutrition, food, Orthodox Church, russian post
4. The Sea Buckthorn: Russia's Berry Best

This tiny Siberian berry packs a powerful punch – both in flavor and health benefits. 

Tags: food, tea, nature, Altai, health
5. Blini on a Budget

In honor of Maslenitsa, Russian health experts encourage citizens to limit their intake of one of the holiday's most beloved foods. 

Tags: holidays, food, celebrations, health, maslenitsa, blini
6. Eggplant Caviar, on the Shelf and at the Dacha

Brought to Russia in the seventeenth century, eggplant caviar became wildly popular after a Soviet comedy movie. A Russian blogger shares her story.

Tags: food, foodstories, russian food, history, soviet film
7. City Spotlight: Barnaul

A carjacking museum, Soviet statues, and Hollywood letters: let's take a closer look at one of Russia's best-hidden gems, the city of Barnaul. 

Tags: lenin, Altai, medicine, food, cars, barnaul
8. Frozen Ramen Challenge

Russians are taking advantage of sub-zero temperatures to participate in the frozen Ramen challenge.

Tags: food, Siberia
9. Oksana and Her "Jewish" Zakuska

In which we meet Oksana, Russian millennial and cook. She shares childhood memories of a surprisingly abundant 90s, and her favorite snack: the "Jewish" zakuska.

Tags: zakuski, millenial, russian food, food
By Anna Kharzeeva
10. Yes, Dumplings are Still Bribes

A police chief in Novosibirsk has been convicted of corruption charges after accepting Caucasian dumplings as brides.

Tags: corruption, police, food

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