Lopsha - Russian Noodle Soup Flashback Friday
For Flashback Friday I'm re posting this peasant soup that we grew up with called Lopsha in Russian at our house and in our Russian community. This soup (Lopsha) is made is made for large church gatherings. I have recipes to serve 200-250 people. They make their own noodles using 20 dozen eggs, 60 lbs. flour and 1 lb. salt, then make a stock from 35 lbs. of soup bones and 350 lbs of choice (kosher) beef. Usually Lopsha is served at funerals and Borscht is made for Weddings. This is basic…
Blintz Pancakes with Blackberry Sauce Recipe - A Spicy Perspective
Blintz Pancakes with Blackberry Sauce - Simple blini recipe filled with sweet creamy ricotta filling, topped with fresh blackberry sauce.
When Survivor was not a game; pioneer bread recipe - TEAM Resources | The Western Producer
In 1899, about 300 Russian Doukhobors fled their homeland in Russia and settled in the Blaine Lake area of Saskatchewan. Part of their survival tactic was
Prairie Kitchens - Shishliki
The Doukhobors who settled in Saskatchewan were vegetarians. Wink wink. They became pacifists and vegetarians in Russia based on the principles of their spiritual leader Peter Verigin and his idol, the Russian novelist Leo Tolstoy. However, not all eschewed meat, and for that we can be grateful because it gave us one of the most unique regional foods in our province: shishliki. Shishliki is an old Russian recipe of marinated and grilled lamb. It's a specialty around Yorkton, Kamsack and…