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1. A Glutton's New Year Feast

The pirog is quite capable of holding the flag as the most important dish in Russian cuisine. It is a filling, generous, and hearty meal, containing all the major food groups (vegetables, animal protein, grains, and bread) rolled up in one.

Tags: holidays, new year's eve, cooking, pirogi
2. School Lunch Gourmet

An annual Russian competition to decide the best school cafeteria cook in all the land was held recently.

Tags: eating, competition, cooking, school, schools, food
3. From MMA to Crème Brûlée

When an injury takes an MMA fighter out of the cage, he decides to take his talents into the kitchen instead. 

Tags: baking, bakery, athletics, athletes, cake, cooking, cheese
4. A Russian Millennial's Path to Vinaigrette

Growing up in post-Soviet Russia can make you crave anything foreign. Here is how a salad helped a Russian millennial develop a taste for her own culture.

Tags: cooking, youth, russian cuisine, cuisine
5. The Soviet Diet Cook Book

Food-writer Anna Kharzeeva brings best Soviet recipes, spiced with hints and memories from her Jewish Grandmother. 

Tags: soviet union, Books, cooking, russian food
6. Soviet Fruit Cake

Since the return of cooler weather again permits the use of ovens, let’s talk about cakes.

Tags: cooking, russian food, food
7. A Place for Everything

Sorry, Bulgakov – the devil didn’t come to Moscow this time, but prizes and panties did.

Tags: cooking, prison, fashion, transport, television, putin, geography, school, devil, religion, urban, Moscow, twitter
8. Role of Women in Russian Cooking

Today, the wonderful, hearty and traditional recipes and meals of the Russian table can be attributed to the efforts of Russian women to provide sustenance and nurturing to their families.

Tags: russian, women, cooking, cuisine
By Linda DeLaine

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