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Russian Festival in Baltimore

Submitted by on October 16, 2015 – 8:43 amNo Comment

maryland_baltimore_russianRussian specialties will be on offer this weekend in Baltimore, Maryland.

The 42nd annual Russian Festival takes place today through Sunday (October 16, 17 and 18, 2015) at Holy Trinity Russian Orthodox Church, 1723 East Fairmount Avenue, Baltimore, Maryland.

Although there are all the usual activities for a cultural festival, Road Trips Foodies want to know what there is to eat. The sponsors did not disappoint. In addition to a Russian Tea Room with antique samovar, there will be:

Homemade Russian Breads:
Hoska (Braided Sweet Bread), Kulich (Easter Bread), Makovy Roulet (Poppy Seed Rolls), Babka (Sweet Cheese Bread), Vishnovaya Babka (Cherry Bread), Shokoladnaya Babka (Chocolate Bread), Rzhanoy (Rye Bread) abd Karavai (Large Loaf Bread).

Traditional Russian Foods:
Kolbasa (Sausage), Holupky (Stuffed Cabbage), Holushki (Fried Noodles with onion), Kasha (Buckwheat), Kuritsa Kotlety (Chicken Patties), Goviazhii Kotlety (Beef Patties), Vareniky (Pierogies), Shashlyk (Shish Kabob), Beef Stroganov, Govyadina na Grille (Grilled Beef), Sosiski (Hot Dogs), Kapusta (Sauerkraut), Salad iz Kapusty (Cabbage Salad), Zelenaya Fasol (Green Beans), Borsch (Beet Soup),
Blini (Crepes), Blinchky (Stuffed Crepes), Marinovanye Yaichky (Pickled Eggs), Pelmeni, Polushki and
Kartofelnye Oladi (Potato Pancakes).

Foods are available for carryout, too.

(Photo courtesy of Russian Festival)

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