Too often we either find a Russian recipe online we love, only not be able to find it again the next time we want to make it. By writing your favorites in this book, that won't happen again.
Author: Amber Richards
Publisher: Independently Published
My Favorite Russian Recipes Handwritten Recipes I Love Here's an awesome book to hand-write your Russian recipes and those of family and friends. There's room for a whopping 200 recipes to fill for years. Too often we either find a Russian recipe online we love, only not be able to find it again the next time we want to make it. By writing your favorites in this book, that won't happen again. There's also plenty of room to make your own customized notes for each recipe. Sometimes we want a real book in our hands while we cook, old school style, this book is a dedicated place to keep all your favorite Russian related recipes in one place. You can also lend your book to family and friends. It would be fun to share your book with family and friends to write in their best recipes too. Who knows, it may just became a family favorite heirloom in years to come!
The notebook also has two pages with numbered lines to list the recipes so you can find them easily This is a soft cover notebook 8.5 x 11 inches with 103 pages
Author: Landy Val
Publisher: Independently Published
My Favorite Russian Recipes Keep all the Russian recipes you love to cook in this Blank lined notebook for 50 recipes There are two pages for each recipe; with lines for the name, ingredients and instructions. The notebook also has two pages with numbered lines to list the recipes so you can find them easily This is a soft cover notebook 8.5 x 11 inches with 103 pages
Blank cookbook perfect for secret family recipes from mom or grandma to carry on your own little recipes in your kitchen to cook for a lifetime passed down from generations from mother to daughter.
Author: Wanderlust Mother
Blank cookbook perfect for secret family recipes from mom or grandma to carry on your own little recipes in your kitchen to cook for a lifetime passed down from generations from mother to daughter. Lovely Russian ancestry gift idea for anyone from Russia or Russian-American who loves cooking Russian cuisine and food.
This lovely book will become a treasured favorite when it is filled with all the things you love to cook.
Author: Mary Murphy
This lovely book will become a treasured favorite when it is filled with all the things you love to cook. Forget scraps of paper, collect your tried and tested recipes in one place and you will have a real storehouse and possibly a family heirloom. Space for Ingredients, Cooking Directions and Personal Notes for each recipe. In a convenient 9 x 6 size with 103 pages.
... me in the Russian Federation, I carried with me to Vladivostok and Irkutsk only my favorite Russian cookbooks published in English: The Food and Cooking ...
Author: Sharon Hudgins
Publisher: Texas A&M University Press
Travel to post Soviet Siberia and the Russian Far East with author Sharon Hudgins as she takes readers on a personal adventure through the Asian side of Russia—an area closed to most Westerners and many Russians prior to the 1990s. Even today, few people from the West have ridden the TransSiberian railroad in winter, stood on the frozen surface of Lake Baikal, feasted with the Siberian Buryats, or lived in the "highrise villages" of Vladivostok and Irkutsk. One of the few American women who has lived and worked in this part of the world, Hudgins debunks many of the myths and misconceptions that surround this "other side of Russia." She artfully depicts the details of everyday life, set within their cultural and historical context—local customs, foods, and festivals, as well as urban life, the education system, and the developing market economy in postSoviet Siberia and the Russian Far East. Hudgin's prose shines in her colorful descriptions of multicourse meals washed down with champagne and vodka, often eaten by candlelight when the electricity failed. The author's accounts of hors d'oeuvres made of sea slugs and roulades of raw horse liver will fascinate those with adventuresome tastes, while her stories of hosting Spanish, French, and TexMex feasts will come as a surprise to anyone who thinks of Russia as a gastronomic wasteland. Readers of The Other Side of Russia: A Slice of Life in Siberia and the Russian Far East will find themselves among the guests at Christmas parties, New Year's banquets, Easter dinners, and birthday celebrations. They will experience the challenges of living in highrise apartment buildings often lacking water, heat, and electricity. Above all, Asian Russia's natural beauty, thriving cities, and proud people shine from the pages, proving it is not only a land of harsh winters and vast uninhabited spaces, but also home to millions of Russian citizens who live and work in modern metropolises and enjoy a rich cultural and social life.
Author: Ekaterina And Liudmila BylinkaPublish On: 2011-11-01
I have always wanted to put a collection of my family's favorite recipes ... “Home Cooking from Russia” are precious and popular not only in my Russian and ...
Author: Ekaterina And Liudmila Bylinka
"Home Cooking from Russia" offers 50 recipes that include all courses from appetizers to desserts. This cookbook contains some of the ex-Soviet Union people heritage - the recipes that have been traditional and favorite for ages and up-to-date in families that have been living in the countries of Russia, Ukraine, Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Tadzhikistan, Belorussia and others. You have probably heard about many of those meals like Borsch, Varenyky/Perogies, Pelmeni, Plov/Pilaf, Kompot, Mors, Draniki, Blini, etc. Now you can have some of those recipes on your own bookshelf and you can make some of those meals in your own kitchen. The authors are not professionals, but enthusiastic cooks at home and are more than happy to share with you their most cherished family recipes composed in a rustic and simple way. Little historic notes and suggestions might be curious and helpful. Full-color photographs accompany each recipe so that you can easily make your choice and see the end result of your effort. Bon Appetite!
My parents decided they wanted me to be a Catholic instead of Russian Orthodox. ... Another one of the best Russian dishes is haluski.
Author: Beth Ann Wenner
A collection of college essays from first-year English students attending McCann School of Business and Technology in Hazleton, PA. Students' essays that were chosen for publication include nontraditional students, the typical 18-year-old college student, retirees, and people wanting to further their education.
Cooking with Two Texans in Siberia and the Russian Far East Sharon Hudgins ... and my favorite Russian cookbooks published in English—Darra Goldstein's A la ...
Author: Sharon Hudgins
Publisher: University of North Texas Press
T-Bone Whacks and Caviar Snacks is the first cookbook in America to focus on the foods of the Asian side of Russia. Filled with fascinating food history, cultural insights, and personal stories, it chronicles the culinary adventures of two intrepid Texans who lived, worked, and ate their way around Siberia and the Russian Far East. Featuring 140 traditional and modern recipes, with many illustrations, T-Bone Whacks and Caviar Snacks includes dozens of regional recipes from cooks in Asian Russia, along with recipes for the European and Tex-Mex dishes that the author and her husband cooked on the “Stoves-from-Hell” in their three Russian apartments, for intimate candlelight dinners during the dark Siberian winter and for lavish parties throughout the year. You'll learn how to make fresh seafood dishes from Russia's Far East, pine nut meringues and frozen cranberry cream from Irkutsk, enticing appetizers from the dining car of a Trans-Siberian luxury train, and flaming “Baked Siberia” (the Russian twist on Baked Alaska). And here's the bonus: All of these recipes can be made with ingredients from your local supermarket or your nearest delicatessen.
This book is great for beginners because everything is so easy to make, but fantastic for more advanced chefs trying to learn a cuisine of a different culture.
Author: Imanuel Fayn
Inside are 20 classic Russian recipes for you to make at home. These recipes are simple, inexpensive, and tasty! Learn how to make borscht, pilmeni, torts, kebobs, and many more of your favorite Russian dishes. We take the traditional Russian recipes passed down for generations, and give them to you in English! This book is great for beginners because everything is so easy to make, but fantastic for more advanced chefs trying to learn a cuisine of a different culture.
My favorite beer recipe is Russian imperial stout. I have brewed perhaps a dozen different recipes, but this one has been my favorite.
Author: Richard Helweg
Publisher: Atlantic Publishing Company
According to the New York Times, a grass-roots phenomenon has fuelled the revival of craft beers in America over the past 30 years. Whether you are into lagers or ales, the craft of home-brewing beer is within your reach -- so grab your beer stein and prepare to make this art form your next hobby. You might have tried a great beer recently and want to know how to create something similar. With the various innovative methods outlined in this book, brewing like the pros is now easier than ever. The Complete Guide to Brewing Your Own Beer at Home will explain the important differences between equipment pieces and make your experienced streamlined so you can avoid common beginner mistakes. You will be able to start small and gradually learn to make more complex ales, lagers, and stouts over time, all while having a fun experience.
A traditional Russian meal might include Blini (buckwheat crepes) garnished ... to a brave and beloved people, are some of my own favorite Russian recipes.
To do what no other magazine does: Deliver simple, delicious food, plus expert health and lifestyle information, that's exclusively vegetarian but wrapped in a fresh, stylish mainstream package that's inviting to all. Because while vegetarians are a great, vital, passionate niche, their healthy way of eating and the earth-friendly values it inspires appeals to an increasingly large group of Americans. VT's goal: To embrace both.
Author: Shyama P. ChakrobortyPublish On: 2020-11-09
They invited me to their dacha (their expensive home in the exurbs) and entertained me with many authentic Russian meals. Nadia always prepared my favorite ...
Author: Shyama P. Chakroborty
Publisher: Page Publishing Inc
Category: Biography & Autobiography
The book recounts the incredible life stories of the author starting with his life as a persecuted minority in the Indian subcontinent where he hopped across many geographical boundaries and socio-political- religious divides as a destitute refugee in search of his material and spiritual identity before coming to America with just $9.57 in his pocket. The transformation from destitute refugee to serving the National Academy of Science, the highest scientific body in the U.S.A, is in and of itself an extraordinary tale. The book chronicles many of his subsequent awe-inspiring successes in America as a pioneering rocket and space scientist, including serving on various committees of the venerable National Academy of Sciences and as an adventurer with many extraordinary exploits including swimming the English Channel, cosmonaut training and Mig 25 flying in Russia, trekking to the North Pole, climbing to the base camp of Mount Everest, and racing an Indy 500 car at the Fontana Speedway, among others. His life story is the embodiment of the indomitable human spirit that allowed him to rise from a life of despair as a destitute refugee to scale many extraordinary heights in widely divergent fields, proving that the sky is indeed the limit in America, the land of opportunity. The author examines the minority experiences in other troubled spots all around the world in his attempt to understand the social dynamics that play out with disastrous consequences. The book also provides a closer look at the world’s contemporary religions, in an attempt to understand the immeasurable suffering mankind has endured as a result of intolerance and acrimony towards differing faiths. The book includes the author’s observations and experiences about the cultural and philosophical differences between the Western and Eastern societies and how it leads to contrasting outlooks and day-to-day life in different cultures. 1
Beautifully illustrated collection of California-inspired Russian recipes ... From Russian House #1 History Pumpkin rice porridge was my favorite delicacy ...
Author: Tatyana Urusova
Publisher: Tatyana Urusova
This is a unique spin on Russian cuisine: Russian fusion with a California accent. Each recipe from the book contains a twist that makes the dishes interesting and delicious! Many recipes in the book go back to our childhood in Russia. It took us some time to find American food alternatives and recreate those dishes with the same familiar home flavor, but it turned out well! We like to cook and we like to experiment but we are not professional chefs by any means. Our culinary style is shaped by the nostalgia for the scrumptious meals lovingly cooked by our moms and grandmas, as well as traveling the world and getting to know various foods and cuisines. As a result, we created our own signature recipes that are memorable, unique and taste great. In our book we share ideas - not rigid guidelines - and we invite you to join our community of co-creation. Although our approach to cooking is more creative than scientific, the ever so common "Wow!" reaction to the first bite tells us that we are onto something. Our recipes are not just unique, but also very healthy! Organic, gluten-free, dairy-free, fat-free, vegan; there are so many ways that people choose to nourish themselves that challenge the norms of traditional Russian cooking. Our book can be a great source of inspiration for your fusion cuisine experiments and can awaken your creative culinary spirits We carefully selected our best recipes so that friends and families can nourish their souls by coming together and spending time with people they love, and can nourish their bodies by eating healthy and nutritious food. Our cookbook will help you: To replicate the most popular dishes from Russian restaurant using easy and detailed recipes. To cook delicious and healthy Russian meals adapted to American palate and food availability. To chose from a wide variety of vegetarian and vegan options. Our recipes are a great addition to your everyday recipes, which compliments health and open, cosmopolitan spirit! To develop a strong knowledge of Russian food culture and enable you to start experimenting with fusion culinary style. And you will have a chance to spend time with friends or family cooking and sharing meals together! About us: Russian house #1 is an experimental restaurant and intentional community for spiritual development. http://www.russian-house1.com/ Founded in 2015 and operating with a "no menu, no price" honor system, Russian House #1 relies on people’s free will and the culinary masterpieces of its team members. For over 3 years we have been offering a unique dining experience on the Russian River in Jenner, California, where the River meets the Ocean…
... between Babushka's recipe board that still holds pages of her favorite Russian cooking magazines, and old pictures of my mom in her own recitals.
Author: Elodie Nowodazkij
Publisher: Elodie Nowodazkij
Category: Juvenile Fiction
PERFECT CHEMISTRY meets SAVE THE LAST DANCE in this story of tragedy and hope, anger and forgiveness. Last year, seventeen-year-old Natalya Pushkaya was attending the School of Performing Arts in New York City. Last year, she was well on her way to becoming a professional ballerina. Last year, her father was still alive. But a car crash changed all that—and Natalya can’t stop blaming herself. Now, she goes to a regular high school in New Jersey; lives with her onetime prima ballerina, now alcoholic mother; and has no hope of a dance career. At her new school, however, sexy soccer player Antonio sees a brighter future for Natalya, or at least a more pleasant present. Keeping him an arabesque away proves to be a challenge for Natalya and his patient charms eventually draw her out of her shell. When upsetting secrets come to light and Tonio’s own problems draw her in, Natalya shuts down again, this time turning to alcohol herself. Can Natalya learn to trust Antonio before she loses him—and destroys herself?
Author: Catherine Cheremeteff JonesPublish On: 2013-09-30
Two Kasha Recipes I like it as it comes from the pot, hot with butter or sour cream, and it is one of my daughter's favorite meals, cold in a bowl with ...
Author: Catherine Cheremeteff Jones
Publisher: Random House
'Foreigners who spend time in Russia soon learn that there are actually two Russias - one public and the other private. The public Russia is typically cold and dark, backward and wary. The private Russia - the Russia of tea at a friend's kitchen table or of sautéed mushrooms in a village dacha - is almost unfailingly cosy and kind' - From the Introduction Travel to the author's Russia on a journey that takes you to a springtime bliny festival and Easter feast, to a small Russian village to discover nature's bounty, on a mystical quest for autumn mushrooms, and to Red Square for New Year's and Christmas celebrations. Stop along the way for a vegetarian dinner in a communal apartment, a birthday party, a baptism, a tea party and a Russian wedding. A fascinating behind-the-scenes view of Russia and its people and a quest to rediscover a family's cultural heritage, Jones reveals how forty of its finest dishes have been preserved and passed down through the feast days of the Russian Orthodox Church and the gentle rhythm of country life.
... always called for in Russian recipes, its use establishes the dish as all the more distinctive. Indeed, one of my favorite Paris restaurants, Le Hangar, ...
Author: Lawrence R. Schehr
Category: Literary Criticism
More than a book about food alone, French Food uses diet as a window into issues of nationality, literature, and culture in France and abroad. Outstanding contributors from cultural studies, literary criticism, performance studies, and the emerging field of food studies explore a wide range of food matters.
Every single night, a composed salad, a wedge of lettuce with Russian dressing or, my favorite, a mixed salad - iceberg, cucumbers, tomatoes red onions and ...
Author: Judi Gallagher
The book traces a journey with food being an unconscious healer to one with food becoming the conscious healer. “How to get through life . . . one recipe at a time,” says Chef Judi to describe her combination autobiographical and culinary resource book. The path of a successful chef from impressionable little girl to confident, compassionately driven woman is shared, with accompanying culinary photos and priceless recipes.