Facebook: 26 Countries and 1 Kitchen
Recipe Running Tally
-Open Faced Sausage & Canadian Swiss Ruebens: Success.
-Traditional French Canadian Tourtiere: Successful Failure.
-Honey Garlic Meatballs: Heaven.
-Maple Sugar Cream Pie: Yummy.
-Speedy Split Pea Soup with Bacon: Alright.
-Borscht: First Attempt Failed.
-Borscht: Second Attempt Sweet Red Success.
-Russian Pelmeni: Decent but Different.
-Lemon Drop Martini: Don't ask....
-Khachapuri: Yummy but needs help.
-Russian Friendship Tea: Addictive
-Roast Loin of Pork w/Apple Stuffing: Good.
-Russian Marshmallows Zifer: Too cool.
-Suutei Tsai Milk Tea: Disgusting.
-Boortsog Fried Cookie: Huh.
Monthly Archives: March 2011
Now, you know. I hold grudges….which is why I couldn’t leave our Borscht attempt in that pitiful orange state. I made a vow. And I make good on those. Bringing my husband in tow, we decided to Iron Chef Russia … Continue reading
Sorry for keeping you waiting on this post, part of it was the shame of posting this picture….as you can see our Borscht didn’t quite turn out the way it was supposed to. (cough) Not that it was our fault … Continue reading
Russia: A land full of mystery, intrigue, and winter. At least that’s what I think of when it comes to mind. However, we can’t help but be extremely excited to learn something completely foreign. Who would have thought beets would … Continue reading
Since I had been going to the store for all the ingredients, I demanded asked very sweetly and politely that my hubby take one for the team and venture out into the abyss that is the store. The sweetheart that … Continue reading
I was all set to make dinner last night. Meatball ingredients. Check. Pie crust. Check. Vodka check check. Just kidding. That was when my husband came home and ushered me into another room for ten minutes while he set up … Continue reading
We’re on the edge of a cliff, hanging on for dear life, and knowing at the same time: It’s useless. The car is falling off of the cliff and there is nothing I can do. That’s how I woke up … Continue reading