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Ukrainian Cuisine Weekly - Week 11 - Ukrainian Easter Eggs - Tour 2 Go

Ukrainian Cuisine Weekly - Week 11 - Ukrainian Easter Eggs - Tour 2 Go

Making piroshki with cabbage and eggs

Ukrainian Pampushkas with garlic

Ukrainian Pampushkas with garlic

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Krusciki (Polish Bow Tie Fritters) Recipe - Also referred to as angel wings, these sugar-dusted fritters are both crunchy and pillowy. They're often served at Polish weddings and holidays. This recipe first appeared in our December 2012 issue along with Jennifer Walker's story Holiday Parade. Saveur.com

Krusciki (Polish Bow-Tie Fritters) | SAVEUR

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"The best part of being Ukrainian is our food:) We call these Holubtsi but some people call them (in English) Stuffed Cabbage Rolls or Pigs in a blanket. My grandmother always made these!! Love 'em!!!" Looks good!

Cucumber sour cream salad - "mizeria" from about.com Eastern European foods listed as Polish, but this is a common Ukrainian dish as well

Polish Mizeria (Cucumbers in Sour Cream) Recipe

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Deruny (Ukrainian Potato Pancakes) Tasty Recipe #Ukraine #food #recipe

Anastasiya: Draniki is a traditional Belarusian food.

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Ukrainian Beet Salad; beets; Mayonnaise; mayo; horseradish; horse radish; garlic; salt; pepper; white; vegetable; fresh; organic; grated; glass; bowls; green; brown; fuchsia; color; food; cuisine

On Friendship and On A Beet Salad

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In the Ukraine, nalysnyky (crepes) are rolled up with cottage cheese. Read the full text here: www.mentalfloss.c... --brought to you by mental_floss!

9 Pre-Lenten Treats from Around the World

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Ukrainian Easter bread

Canada has a huge Ukrainian and Russian population and the perogy has become a part of our food culture.

Kasha with Onions and Mushrooms...from The Whole Foods Kosher Kitchen (I made a similar recipe from the side of the Kasha box, and i don't know what it is, the egg really makes a difference!)

Holodets (kholoudets) is my least favorite Ukrainian/Russian food. It's jellied meat and is often made with pigs feet which are boilded for many hours. It is a strong, rich flavor. It's prepared for New Year holidays along with Olivier Salad and Seledka pod Shuboi (s’eelyodka po’d hoo’boy)which means “Herring Under a Fur Coat”. Pass the vodka please.

Ukrainian Sweet and Sour Cabbage Soup Recipe

Ukrainian Sweet and Sour Cabbage Soup

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This is very authentic Ukrainian Sauerkraut Soup (Kapusnyak). To die for.

Kapusnyak Ukrainian Sauerkraut Soup Recipe

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