Russian Recipes Up Next!

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 go well in soup?

It does…we hope.

Searching for russian recipes was at a bit challenging. We found a lot of half filled information but after searching through it all, we found a few items that seemed to be key dishes: Borscht, Pelmeni (sort of like a dumpling), lots of vodka, tea (one of the most common drinks available outside of vodka obviously) and lots of meat. We were very shocked and surprised to learn this…

Here’s what were cooking for the next 2 weeks:

Borscht – March 22

Russian Pelmeni and Lemon Drop Martini – March 24

Hachapuri and Russian Friendship Tea – March 28

Roast Loin of Pork with Apple Stuffing and Russian Marshmallows Zifer – March 31

Instead of saying, “Bon appetite” we’re going to sign off with the phrase Good Luck in Russian:

Удача!

I was going to say, “Don’t even ask us how on earth you’d say that….!”

But then two seconds later, I satisfied my own curiosty and this is what I found:

Удача = pronounce “ooh-dáh-chee”

There you go!

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