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Tag: Bessarabian cuisine

Five products of Bessarabia were included in the Atlas “Ark of Taste of Ukraine”

These are Ritual breads for St. George’s Day, Wormwood wine, Black Sea South Bessarabian goat cheese, Fenugreek (Trigonélla procúmbens), Vilkovo .....

5 dishes that are definitely worth tasting in Bessarabia

Bessarabian cuisine is a mixture of Moldovan, Romanian, Bulgarian, Ukrainian, Jewish, Turkish, Greek, Gagauz and even Albanian cuisines. The peoples .....

True & Local gastronomy festival

The True & Local festival of local gastronomy opens new regional tastes on the map of Ukraine. During the two .....

Caviar salt, Mirudia and Gyuzum. Bessarabian Spices by Chef Andrey Velichko

Chef Andrey Velichko is a researcher of spices, rare herbs and roots, as well as a professional chef. Andrey started .....

Features of Bessarabian cuisine

Between the Black Sea, Prut, Danube and Dniester there is an area where hardworking, talented and generous people live. The .....

Kurban, wine and horo: a festival in honour of St.George’s Day in Bessarabia

This Saturday, May 8, a traditional festival in honour of St.George’s Day will take place in Bolgrad. The festival is .....

Eco-farm “Snails of Bessarabia”

Scientists, governments, farmers and environmentally conscious consumers are working hard to find ways to produce and consume protein-rich foods in .....

Family production of meat delicacies “Balkanski Yastia”

The warm atmosphere of Balkan flavour and family hospitality reigns in the Balkanski Yastia Museum and Tasting Complex in Bolgrad, .....