Caviar, bliny (blintzes), boeuf Stroganoff, shashlyk, borshch, shchi, pickled herring, kasha . . . Russian cuisine is among the most delicious on earth. Here is the place to find out how to create it: you start with two years of Russian study, for the site is in Russian (Windows 1251). Friends and Partners also carries a Russian Cookbook worthy of consideration. A typical Russian dinner menu to give you an idea of what it is like to eat 'po-russky'. Gourmet Russian Cuisine from Russian London mixes original receipes with links to the Little Russia site. Of course, good food must be accompanied by good Russian wine or, if you prefer, Georgian wine.
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