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Kutia

Kutia¬†is a sweet grain pudding, traditionally served in¬†Ukrainian,¬†Belarusian¬†and¬†Polish cultures.¬†Kutia¬†is often the first dish in the traditional¬†twelve-dish Christmas Eve supper¬†(also known as¬†Svyatah Vecherya). It is rarely served at other times of the year. It resembles¬†koliva¬†from¬†Serbia¬†or¬†Romania¬†(used usually for funerals), but the latter is mixed only with walnuts, sugar and raisins. Kutia¬†was also part of a common¬†Eastern Orthodox¬†tradition […]

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Sounds of the Dneiper

While you’re relaxing at home you can recall your fine dining experience in Kyiv by listening to our complimentary recording, the “Sounds of the Dneiper”. ¬†The lap, lap, lap, will remind you of river side dining, or at least, of the sounds of your last bowl of our krasney borscht.  

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Dneiper Sushi

Who would have guessed that starting in 2004 that Japanese Sushi restaurants would spring up like mushrooms in Kyiv. ¬†Yes, this is in Eastern Europe and bordering on Asia, but does that explain the popularity of this Asian cuisine? ¬†One might also suggest that with the Dneiper River and the Black Sea so close, maybe […]

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Ukrainian Pampushka

It may not be in every global cookbook, but Ukrainian food deserves some recognition for its creative and tasty variety of recipes. ¬†You will find interesting similarities to dishes from Italy, Turkey, Russia, and Poland. The unanswered question is which recipes are uniquely and distinctively originated in Ukraine? Please post your suggestions in the Comments […]

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Ukrainian Borscht

A classic dish of Ukrainian cuisine is borscht. ¬†The untold secret is whether the key ingredient is beets or tomato sauce that provides the well known deep red color. ¬†¬†A classic dish of Ukrainian cuisine is borscht. ¬†The untold secret is whether the key ingredient is beets or tomato sauce that provides the well known […]

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Dumplings (Varenyky) with Cottage Cheese

The recipe for making dumplings/varenyky with cottage cheese and thyme, requires; >wheat flour for the dough – 325 grams for the filling – 50 g >water – 150 grams >egg for the dough – 1 / 2 pieces, for the filling – 1 piece >salt >cottage cheese – 900 grams >sour cream to feed >ground […]

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Kyiv Curry Roll

A behind the scenes investigative reporter has discovered a possible link between increased Indian investments in the Ukrainian stock market, and curry imports. It appears the increased investment by Indian hedge fund brokers¬†was spurred by rumors that an unnamed oligarch intended to corner the worldwide blue and yellow curry market. Please post your suggestions in […]

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