Hungarian Wild Mushroom Soup. The chanterelles have sprung!
Chili cheese fries inspired these pierogi, which are gluten-free too!
A Russian carrot salad, with "Korean" in its name, discovered at a Central Asian restaurant: The confusing story of a delicious spicy salad.
With its bright pink color and fun-to-say name, Chlodnik could give gazpacho a run for its money!
the most unapologetic food - the perogie
Pasca: an Eastern European sweet Easter bread
Poteca, a yeast dough pastry rolled with a sweet nut filling. An old-world recipe.
Hungarian root vegetable dumplings: perfect for a cold night when you're tired of Christmas flavours!
holiday sauerkraut - fresh, healthy and as easy as 1-2-3!
Strawberry Jelly-Cake inspired by the Polish Biszkopt z Galaretka. A whisked sponge topped with strawberry jelly - the taste of summer.
Today baked a dozen small Easter Cross Breads in the Polish tradition. THey will go into our baskets and will be blessed at the church.
Red Soup ~ Borsch
German cabbage rolls for the still cold first spring days!
who knew eastern european food could be so sexy and sophisticated? smoked duck breast and grilled foie gras on lemon-marinated red cabbage, cucumber and radicchio
20 year search for goulash like grandma's ends with a recipe from Blu Jam Cafe
Buhtle [translate. google. com from Croatian to English]
Dalmatinske empanade [Croatian translated to English via translate.google.com]
Hearty winter stew will bring 'em home -- Hungarian Goulash with braised red cabbage
Rich and Creamy Beef Stroganoff over Whole Wheat Egg Noodles
Beef Stroganoff - braised beef and mushrooms in a paprika and dill sour cream sauce
Anise mandelbrot cookies: a twice baked Eastern European cookie that is similar to biscotti
Kasha Varnishkes - Hot frizzled onions garnish the comfy classic of buckwheat, bow-tie pasta and mushrooms.
Beef Stroganoff, rich, decadent and satisfying.
Rich, nourishing Ukrainian borscht.
A favorite family recipe from my great-grandmother, Hungarian Plum Dumplings (Szilvas gomboc)
Stuffed peppers the way my mum makes them in Croatia.
The most traditional hungarian bread ever.