Russian Cuisine. Jen & Eli. Russian Cuisine has not changed much over the years. Most, if not all, dishes are homemade. Russians tend to not eat out because of affordability. Very passionate about food and the preparation of the food. Consistency. Some famous Russian meals are.
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Chicken Kyiv (Kiev)
-The oldest or most honoured guest is served first.
-Do not begin eating until the host/hostess invites you to start.
-Do not rest your elbows on the table, although your hands should be visible at all times.
-It is polite to use bread to soak up gravy or sauce.
-Men pour drinks for women seated next to them.
-Leaving a small amount of food on your plate indicates that your hosts have provided ample hospitality.
-It is improper to look into another person’s plate or saucer.
The word sochevnik / solchenik derives from the word sochivo, a dish also known as kutya consisting of boiled wheat sweetened with honey. The meal begins only after the first star is spotted in the night sky, in remembrance of the Star of Bethlehem, which announced the impending birth of the Christ Child.
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