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Jennifer Eremeeva

8 contributions found for Russian Life and/or Chtenia.

Jennifer Eremeeva JENNIFER EREMEEVA is an American writer who has called Moscow home for 20 years. She is the author of Lenin Lives Next Door: Marriage, Martinis, and Mayhem in Moscow, and Have Personality Disorder, Will Rule Russia: A Concise History of Russia. She writes about Russian history, culture, everyday life and humor, and food at jennifereremeeva.com.


Hats off to Hipsters

Russian Life: Nov/Dec 2016
On the importance of cabbage in Russian culture (and of course a recipe).
Authors: Jennifer Eremeeva and Yulia Atayeva
Illustrations/Images: Yulia Atayeva

Cool as Cucumber Noodles

Russian Life: July/Aug 2016
Cucumbers are practically their own food group in Russia. We offer a cooling recipe...
Author: Jennifer Eremeeva
Illustrations/Images: Jennifer Eremeeva

Not Your Babushka's Farmers' Market

Russian Life: Mar/Apr 2016
A visit to the newly hip Danilovsky Market in Moscow nets a very chic recipe for Gourmet Pelmeni.
Author: Jennifer Eremeeva
Illustrations/Images: Jennifer Eremeeva

Remembrance of Tarkhun Past

Russian Life: Nov/Dec 2015
Moscow has seen a surge in food truck festivals. Jennifer Eremeeva went to check one out and found one of the most popular proprietors on site was offering an old Georgian drink filled with nostalgia... and tarragon.
Author: Jennifer Eremeeva
Illustrations/Images: Jennifer Eremeeva

The Joy of Soviet Cooking

Russian Life: July/Aug 2015
Anna Kharzeeva is learning to cook, Soviet style, from her grandmother. We listen in, and get a fresh new recipe for summer shchi (soup).
Author: Jennifer Eremeeva

Recipe for Austerity

Russian Life: Mar/Apr 2015
No time like Lent for some Shchi! We offer both lenten and non-lenten options for making this hearty and tasty dish.
Author: Jennifer Eremeeva
Illustrations/Images: Jennifer Eremeeva

Long Term Expats

Russian Life: Sep/Oct 2011
There is a certain breed of expatriate in Russia who puts down deep roots and seems destined never to return home. Perhaps it is because, whether they admit it or not, Russia is now their home. We meet five American long-term expats whose ?stories reveal as much about them as about the attractive mystery that Russia exudes.
Author: Jennifer Eremeeva
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To Market, To Market!

Russian Life: July/Aug 2011
Moscow’s bustling food markets are colorful, clamorous, exciting places. And much of what goes on there lies hidden behind the superficial din. This is a story of pesto, plov and piglets.
Author: Jennifer Eremeeva
Illustrations/Images: Jennifer Eremeeva
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