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  • #346304

    Anonymous

    For me potatoes with sour cabbage out of competition. ;D

    #427271

    Anonymous

    Not without a bloodsausage. :D

    #427272

    Anonymous

    Пироги!
    (and I hate борщ)

    #427273

    Anonymous

    Sausages are good but I prefer arctic pink salmon(Горбуша) with lemon juice  ;)

    abv, I think Borsch Ukrainian dish, although very common in Russia.

    #427274

    Anonymous

    Not really pure Russian, but from everything I know palačinki seem the most familiar and normal. Don't you guys eat also donuts with sauerkraut?

    #427275

    Anonymous

    Never heard of that, but be sure to try the case.

    #427276

    Anonymous

    I was told so by my dad who experienced that in Russia. I think it wouldn't be bad with some aditional meat.

    #427277

    Anonymous

    Lemon juice is Ukrainian too. ;)
    I prefer borsch for the first course and too many other dishes to mention as well.

    #427279

    Anonymous

    I have never tried any Russian food sadly. Borscht with red sauce looks great on pictures. Pink sauce borscht i must try once in life just out of curiosity thow i read its cold, something unimaginable to me. To bad such food isnt on menue for school.

    The one food i know how it tastes is buckwheat kasha. This is becouse buchwheat kaša is traditional here too. This is definetly good food.

    Fun facts; do you know what there was all but yelling if you wanted to eat cold soup in our family. Haha. Btw here boršt means forest. ;D

    #427280

    Anonymous

    It could be connected with Russian 'бор' (bor) (coniferous forest).

    Btw, borsch can have different flavors. I personally don't like when borsch is sour. But I don't like sour food generally.

    #427282

    Anonymous

    Borsch is a Ukrainian dish originally.  Now, the dish is part of the cuisine in several countries.  It is cooked in Russia, Belarus, Poland and the Baltic states.  The red colour comes from beetroot, which is Ukrainian variety if I am not mistaken.  Russians have their own traditional soup similar to Borsch called Schee. Borsch maybe more popular than Shchee in southern Russia. The name Borsch comes from a plant name Borschevik (Heracleum sphondylium). :)

    #427283

    Anonymous

    It's surely so in Kuban. Actually, I can't regard borsch other than a part of our (Kuban) cuisine. It's not like for example spaghetti, which is perceived as Italian dish.

    #427284

    Anonymous

    Pancakes.

    #427285

    Anonymous

    What's the name for beetroot in Kuban? Svekla or Burjak?

    #427287

    Anonymous

    It's 'svekla'. But one can often here 'burjak' in the countryside. I think 'burjak' is part of Balachka.

    to Gvarda
    Btw, those people who speak Balachka should be descendants of Ukrainian Cossacks.

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