Russian Cuisine .

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Russian Food. Christopher Harrison Russian 1101 November 14 2003. Early Food. Early Russian Cooking comprised of such things as: Substantial cuts of arranged meats A Wealth of pies Piroghi Pirozhki Kulebiake Bliny (Still prominent today) A wide assortment of soups
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Russian Cuisine Christopher Harrison Russian 1101 November 14 2003

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Early Cuisine Early Russian Cuisine comprised of such things as: Large cuts of arranged meats An Abundance of pies Piroghi Pirozhki Kulebiake Bliny (Still prevalent today) A wide assortment of soups A Large utilization of organic product preservers

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Early Cuisine-Introduction of Trade Kasha-(Very Popular today) "Presented by Byzantine Empire. Rice Noodles, Dumplings, and Smoked Sturgeon-"Presented by Mongols Tea-(National Nonalcoholic drink)

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Influence of Peter the Great on Cuisine Trade under Peter the Great brought the impact of German, Dutch, and French Foods. They include: Salads Sauces Smaller cuts of arranged meat Open Sandwiches Deserts Cauliflower and Lettuce.

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Early Cooking Methods Most cooked dinners were readied utilizing an expansive wood-consuming stove which did not have best burners. These stoves were likewise utilized as the principle wellspring of warmth for homes Most dinners were generally stewed or prepared. Cooking times were typically not recorded or utilized. "Simply cook till done" European stove that included top burners were actualized under Peter the Great.

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Traditional Food Ceremonies Zakuski or Hors d\'Oeurvre (likewise called zaiedki) Means Pre-dinner nourishment course Consists of a table sorted out with so much sustenances as: Plain and Flavored Vodka Pickles Ham Smoked Salmon or Sturgeon Caviar Marinated Mushrooms Brined Apples hurled with cranberries

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Food Ceremonies-Zakuski Cont. These Zakuski are masterminded on an enlivened table, and served buffet style while the principle course is being readied.

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Traditional Food Ceremonies-cont. Samovar-"Russian Tea Party" Tea was presented in terms of professional career with China in the 18 th century. Alongside the tea came the samovar urn. The samovar, which signifies "the thing that cooks without anyone else\'s input", accompanied the presentation of tea.

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Tea is generally served for: Unexpected visitors Parties Refreshment in icy climate And to just warm the body Items presented with tea include: Piroghi-expansive pie Pirozhki-little pie Prianiki-nectar cake Or Homemade Preserves Food Ceremonies-Samovar cont.

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Popular Foods Fish Sturgeon Salmon Whiting Cod Bream Carp Perch Caviar

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Popular Foods Meats Pork Suckling Pig Fowl Goose-Roasted Duck-Roasted Beef Roast Beef Stroganoff

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Popular Foods Bread Most prominent Food, Served with most dinners Types of Bread: White-Made with Wheat Black, cocoa of Dark-made with Rye

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Popular Foods Bliny or "Blinchiki" Thin Pancakes Served with different garnishes Sour Cream Butter Preservers Served Year Round Mainly amid Maslenitsa or "Butterweek"

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Other Popular Drinks Vodka Usually 80 proof (40 to 45 percent liquor) Usually drank straight, not blended Smirnoff (Type of Vodka) Drank while eating Caviar Rotgut or "Samogon" Home made mix

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