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Gulnaz has lived in many places: the Siberian North, St. Petersburg, Georgia, and Moscow. And shurpa has been with her wherever she went.
A beet-based cold soup to spice up your summer soirees...
Ah, spring, when nature wakes from its winter slumber, and the farmers markets come alive with fresh greens like spinach, sorrel, and green onions.
Seven types of kasha to last you all winter – from farina to kutya, and everything worth eating in between...
Hearty Russian soups to warm up this autumn, all seven days a week.
Mushrooms have always been a part of the Russian diet, going back to ancient times,
“Grandfather” Ivan Krylov was widely known for his gargantuan appetites and for the dinner parties regularly thrown in his honor. Our recipe for Ukha should satisfy.
For many centuries, shchi soup has been a staple of Russian cuisine. There is evidence that shchi was known in Rus long before the adoption of Christianity in 988 A.D.
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