Pryaniki go back for centuries in the traditional Russian kitchen. These humble looking treats are honey spice cookies that are glazed and usually served with tea. You will find them on the shelves of all Russian stores. When you eat the store bought kind, it’s similar to eating factory-made graham crackers or vanilla wafers – …

Pryaniki - Russian Honey Spice Cookies

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Ukraine - Ukrainian Dill Potatoes -- decadent with butter and full fat whipping cream.

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Potato Pampushki With Cheese Filling

This is a delightful sweet dough. So good with only one egg. Do try this filling it is one of the best.  Be careful as you are tasting it for sweetness you may just eat all of the filling.

Ukrainian Christmas Poppy Seed Roll Makovyi Knysh

Ukrainian Scuffles Recipe

Cinnamon Sugar Scuffles (Ukrainian Scuffles)

One of the most common foods you will find in Easter Europe, is Pierogies. The choice of fillings are insane, some that are made mostly in the summer and ones with potatoes are usually made as comfort foods in the winter time. They were a fancy treat for us growing up as kids. Now, I clearly understand why they were. My mom had a farm to take care of and five of us, kids. I don't even know when she found time to make those, but she sure did.

Meat Potato Pierogi

One of the most common foods you will find in Easter Europe, is Pierogies. The choice of fillings are insane, some that are made mostly in the summer and ones with potatoes are usually made as comfort foods in the winter time. They were a fancy treat for us growing up as kids. Now, I clearly understand why they were. My mom had a farm to take care of and five of us, kids. I don't even know when she found time to make those, but she sure did.

Ukrainian Christmas Eve Menu and Recipes (Photo pampushky, Kolach, Kutia, Borsch,Varenyky)

Russia- Ukrainian Christmas Eve Menu and Recipes (Photo Pampushky, Kolach, Kutia, Borsch,Varenyky)

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