This week, we will talk about the changes that happen with us after living in Russia for a while.
We will talk about the Russian goods that gradually get in our grocery list. Sometimes it’s difficult to imagine, how countries change our tastes.
Moscow digest 013 – April 25th and 26th
Our Digest is your key to interesting weekends in Moscow! And this weekend will be amazing! The highlight for this weekend: Festivals, Fairs and Markets, Expos, Music, Shows and Taste of Russia with our TOP5 best Russian goods that you will love after moving in Moscow!
The Russian New Year Guide
To fully enjoy your journey in Russia and successfully welcome the New 2015 Year, we made for you a selection of the most interesting Traditions and Customs for the celebration of a New Year in Russian Style. As a bonus – Classical Russian New Year Dishes recipes & the differences between Santa and Ded Moroz!
Nordic jelly-drink – Kissel
Kissel is a jelly-drink that’s very popular in Nordic countries. Its name is derived from a Slavic word meaning “sour”, as sour fruits are preferred.
Red caviar is also known as salmon caviar. The salmon eggs are truly good for the health; a spoonful of caviar supplies the adult daily requirement of vitamins B12.
The Russian Vinigret Salad
Vinigret- is a traditional salad of russian cuisine.
Russian hors-radish – Khren
Khren – is a Russian spicy sauce, made from horse-radish ( Khren in Russian).
Russian hot soup – Shchi
Shchi is a Russian soup with cabbage as the primary ingredient. Its primary distinction is its sour taste, which usually originates from cabbage. When sauerkraut is used instead, the soup is called sour shchi.
Russian Cuisine – the freshly salted cucumbers
Famous Russian freshly salted cucumbers. It’s a must on all the Russian tables, goes with any dish – as a separate appetitive or in salads. Every Russian knows them from the birth. As a plus the brine from cucumber is good for the health.
Taste of Russia – the Kefir Drink
Kefir– it’s a healthy Russian drink. Kefir is a fermented milk drink made with kefir grains and is believed to have its origins in the Caucasus Mountains.