Book Review: Ukrainian Cuisine Guide by Val Shoss, Helen Smirnoff, Nikita Lysytskiycategories: Book, Kiev, Russian Food, Ukraine Guidebook, Kiev Guidebook, Kyin Guidebook, Ukrainian Cuisine, Ukrainian Food, Slavic Food, Poland, Euro 2012, Football, Ukraine
Nikita Lysytskiyabout this book: Are you going to visit Ukraine within EURO 2012?
Do not know what to eat to stay alive?
Do not know what to avoid?
Do not know how to find out what you are being offered to taste?
Do not now how to drink Horilka and be capable to support your football team the next evening?
Do not know how to get in contact with an ukrainian woman seller in all-day stall?
Do not know how much it normally costs?
Don't ever tasted uzvar?
Do not know about salo? Of course you do, but it's never enough until you read the book "Ukrainian Cuisine Guide".
- we know everything you need to know
- you know it also
This book is a collective work of an ukrainian, american and british persons. You may wonder which conclusions we reached. Unusual names, sometimes absurd combinations and unfamiliar ingredients - all this stuff may ward a tourist off Ukrainian Cuisine.
"Ukrainian cuisine guide" will show you:
• national soups
• popular cold and hot appetizers
• meat and fish dishes
• traditional alcoholic and soft drinks
• Ukrainian desserts
It's worth tasting.
preview: read a sample from this book
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