Tag Archives: Thanksgiving

Focaccia with Tomatoes and Rosemary

Focaccia - An Italian bread prepared from the same dough as pizza. Focaccia can be sweet or salty. The simplest is flavored with just olive oil or salt, but can also add herbs, cheeses, tomatoes, olives, onions, fruit, etc. In this recipe instead of milk, you can use warm boiled water and fresh yeast instead of dry-(7-10g). On top...
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Carrot

Everyone thinks of carrots as being orange but there also are purple, white, yellow and red varieties. It gives a sweet flavor and can used raw or cooked with lots of vitamins making it one of the most versatile root vegetables around. Dark orange carrots have more vitamin A. Carrots contain a lot of vitamins: A, C, K; potassium; alpha- and...
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Carrots

Carrot is a root vegetable, usually orange in color, though purple, red, white, and yellow varieties exist. Available all year round but at their best mid May through  the end of September. In spring - they're particularly tender and sweet, later in the season will be larger and tougher. Some argue that, of all vegetables, carrots that are grown...
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Russian-Korean Carrot Salad

This dish is very popular in my country, it's a must for any holiday. The funny thing is that in Korea this salad doesn't exist, but it was made by Koreans who  immigrated to Russia in the 1860s. This is a marinated salad with fresh carrot as the main ingredient and seasoned with oil, vinegar, fresh garlic, coriander seeds, and...
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Mini Berry Pies

Tasty dough with a nice sweet and sour berry stuffing. For the filling you can use not only fresh or frozen berries, but also a different fruits or jam depending on your taste. I really liked the filling of fig jam. Chill the dough in the refrigerator for at least an hour. I used a special mini pie mold...
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Russian Sandwich with Herring

Excellent Russian sandwich with herring. This appetizer looks great on the table (but they won't last long, especially for men with vodka:)) You can make a canape by putting the herring onto a small piece of bread (in the store they sell rye bread in the form of squares). Instead of herring, you can substitute salted trout...
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