“Грех жаловаться,” the Russians say, or “it’s a sin to complain.”
One day I was trawling the chilly meat section of Metro Cash & Carry.
From the alphabet of taste to the 7th Continent: a guide to Moscow’s supermarkets.
Nothing in Moscow comes easy and that is especially true when it comes to finding great Chinese food.
My friend Dee Dee is test-driving Veganism with impressive results.
It’s definitely apple season and that means one thing: apple pie!
A staple of the Moscovore household lineup, this soup is flexible, incredibly delicious and amazingly good for you.
There’s only one way to do a chicken: standing on its head!
Guest blogger, nutritionist Kerry Martin of The Well Room offers some tips for keeping your skin glowing as winter sets in!
So, you love fish, but you don’t love to clean them. Fair enough. Just say this:
What is it about the mouth-watering food of Bologna that makes foreigners want to massacre it?
As far as I am concerned, chicken stock is the elixir of life.
Claudia Roden’s latest book on Middle Eastern cuisine is part cookery book, part travelogue, with a generous pinch of The Arabian Nights thrown in.
Welcome to our regular series called “What Do You Do About?” where we tackle seemingly insurmountable problems in your Moscovore kitchen. Today we tackle: buttermilk.