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Copy of Russian Food Presentation
Transcript of Copy of Russian Food Presentation
- Beverages -
- Stroganoff, Vareniky ,
Borcsh , Okroshka, Fishsoup (uha)
- Kulebiaka, shaslik, pelmeni,
Kiev style chicken (kotleta po-kievsky)
Zavtrak = Breakfast (First meal)
Typically small meals are eaten
Usually eaten around 07.00-08.00
Grains - bread, cereal, oats
Dairy - cheese, butter
Eggs and Meat - usually ham, no bacon/sausage/etc.
Obed: Lunch (Main Meal)
Around 13.00-15.00, people in Russia are at work and receive a 1 hour break; cafes and restaurants will then offer lunch specials
First course: Soup (cold or hot)
Second course: Meat with potatoes, porridge, or pasta
Third course: Drink with the option of a cake or chocolates
Uzhin - Dinner (Third Meal)
Dinner is eaten around 19.00-20.00
Dinner time = usually the only time in which the whole family can interact with one another
Families bond together by watching the news while eating
Courses are similar to "obed", but can have 1-2 appetizers
Dessert is usually eaten as a part of the third course at both obed and uzhin
Mostly baked goods; chocolate and fruit
Birds’ Milk Cake
Various candies -
mostly dark chocolate
- Many Russian Meals with not originally Russian names appeared in Russia due to the French influence
- Because of its brutal winter and incredibly short summer season, Russian cuisine is one that indulges in fats (you need them to keep warm), has mastered how to preserve summer ingredients (to make it through the less productive months of winter).
By: Diana Merezhkina
- Russian tea
- Russian tea culture is as strong as Russian vodka culture