Russians are tenacious. Russians are strong. Russians can withstand cold winters and hot summers. Where do they get their fuel? What’s their secret? I was recently enmeshed in dense ...
Well, with Ukraine and Kiev, or Kiyv (depending on how you feel about the events of the Euromaidan)
Maslenitsa is here! Russia’s riotous Mardi Gras: a week of partying, pancakes and punch-ups celebrates the end of winter, the beginning of Lent, and the promise of spring. Half-heartedly absorbed into the Russian Orthodox Calendar, Maslenitsa is really a tenacious rite of spring belonging to a much older, more pagan culture of nature worship,agrarian traditions, […]
A care package of lemon cakes and strawberries.
Quinoa has been on my mind for two reasons lately.
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I’m lamenting the loss of my favorite vegetable kiosk a lot lately.
Do you ever feel like you are the last person in the galaxy who eats wheat products? I know I do.
I’ve always passed minestrone by, until someone told me about the pesto. Now I am addicted!
This lentil salad reminds me of my favorite grey cashmere cardigan
Lentil soup is one of those things that can go horribly wrong. It doesn’t have to.
Here’s the thing about cooking…