A Russian town of Lukhovitsy famous for its pickle recipe gives thanks to cucumbers by building a memorial to the vegetable
Which comes first? The chicken, the egg, or the mushrooms? Jennifer Eremeeva constructs a classic Russian kurnik, or layered chicken and mushroom pie
The chef at the U.S. Embassy in Moscow gives her recipe for the holiday’s centerpiece
Vologodskoe is a special kind of delicacy butter named after the ancient northern city of Vologda, where it is produced
Roast duck is a classic autumn favorite, but riddled with a lot of duck fat and more than a few literary guilt trips for our culinary maven
A popular alcoholic grape drink from Dagestan combines the qualities of grappa with a good whisky
Jennifer Eremeeva reaches back to a recipe that first inspired her lifelong love of Russian cooking: spicy, tangy lamb and lemon soup
Next month’s Taste of Moscow event will reveal how a delicious culinary transformation has brought fine dining to Russian tables
Abrau-Durso sets up gastronomic center of excellence to boost Russia’s culinary image
You have to journey to Arkhangelsk on the frozen northern coast of Russia to get a taste of a genuine rybnik, a leavened dough fish pie that is just as simple, rough-hewn and harmonious as the people who invented it
This traditional Slavic favorite gets a makeover with fresh spices, vodka, and a cooking method that preserves the crunch
The history of this bread is a real detective story. Even the name of its real inventor remains a mystery: The recipe is simultaneously attributed to a disconsolate aristocratic widow, a famous professor, a chemist and a composer and two Latvian communists
Our culinary maven creates a sacrilegious contemporary fish cake with the hope that Russians will come along with her on a gourmet adventure
These Russian cabbage rolls are traditionally cooked using minced meat, but a healthy vegetarian version can be made with rice, mushrooms and vegetables
Jennifer Eremeeva contemplates western imports to Russia, from late-night TV to dinner party disasters, and still comes up with a winning appetizer to share
In the beloved Russian film "Irony of Fate," the main character offends his host by sitting down at the New Year's table with the words: "Your jellied fish is disgusting!" Try making this popular Russian dish, and maybe you can do better!
Russians call the collecting of mushrooms "a quiet hunt", and autumn is the best time for this. RBTH presents the recipe for a traditional soup with mushrooms and vegetables. Let's hunt together!
In the Russian tradition, kvass was not so much a refreshing beverage as it was the base of all dishes, much like broth is today. Now, a large Russian plant has revived the old recipe for white kvass and hopes to re-introduce Russians to the culinary practices of their ancestors
Soups from beer and vodka, black caviar and mare's milk – what is it that Russians actually eat?
Soviet cuisine offers a kaleidoscope of the country’s diverse ethnic groups, religions and climates. Here RBTH offers a how-to guide to one of the most famous Uzbek dishes, plov, Moscow’s restaurant-goers enjoy to this day