SLAVIC - Fall 2021 (Oct-Dec) Cuisine of the Quarter

I’m roasting a duck stuffed with apples and onions, following a Bavarian recipe, but noticed this Russian duck is similar- it includes garlic.
Mine will be apple, onion and marjoram https://www.olgasflavorfactory.com/recipes/main-course/poultry/duck/

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Used the duck fat for a makeshift haluski, cabbage with , in this case, Hungarian egg noodles

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http://www.ruscuisine.com/recipes/eggs/n--593/

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Making Breton Beans tonight https://www.polishyourkitchen.com/polishrecipes/polish-beans-and-sausage-fasolka-po-bretonsku/amp/

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Bought a box of vegetarian Ukrainian food from the Heavenly Perogy restaurant operating inside the banquet hall of the Ukrainian cathedral in Toronto.

I bought a cabbage roll and perogy combo that was ready to eat, as well as the $99 box containing soup, perogies and other stuff for the fridge &freezer.


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Some images from Dacha and Cook For Ukraine’s IG profiles.


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There’s a city and a river named Dniester in Ukraine. Some of my ancestors are from a village on the Dniester River. This Dniester salad seems like a variation on Olivier.

Cabbage, peas, sausage and mayo! https://ukrainefood.info/recipes/salads/85-dniester

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Olia Hercules’ Korean carrots include fennel.

BBC Food

[Kefir and herb barbecued chicken with carrots recipe

Tangy fragrant carrots are the perfect partner for this zingy marinated chicken.
](https://www.google.ca/amp/s/www.bbc.co.uk/food/recipes/kefir_and_herb_barbecued_39251/amp)


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@greedygirl , this is a delicious recipe. I’ve been a big Olia fan for a while.

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This looks interesting. We have a Russian General Store here (they’ve dropped the word Russian from their sign for now) and they have a huge selection of salamis, maybe more than any other place in town. Is there a particular salami that I could look for?

I followed some of those links. There’s some good looking other apps, salads and soups, too.

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I think many Ukrainians would use a Kielbasa / Kubasa.

Ham, Bologna, or whatever you have on hand would work.

I’m more familiar with Swiss / German / Austrian fleischsalat which is essentially a mixed julienned cold cut salad using mayonnaise to bind (without the cabbage)

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Buzhenina : Russian or Ukrainian pork roast
Many variations out there, most contain olive oil, parsley, pepper and garlic, the other spices can include mustard, clove, tarragon and/or thyme

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Pi for Pi Day

https://annavoloshyna.com/yavorivskiy-pie-savory-ukrainian-potato-and-buckwheat-pie/

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Link to Olia’s recipes in the Guardian

Alissa’s Blog, including recipes
https://www.alissatimoshkina.com/blog-1

https://www.google.ca/amp/s/amp.theguardian.com/food/2019/nov/25/observer-food-monthly-20-best-christmas-baking-recipes-napoleon-russian-cake-alissa-timoshinka

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I’m making this vegetarian beet and cabbage borscht today.
https://earthtoveg.com/wprm_print/9247

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