Many of you have probably noticed by now that this is a Russian food blog. But it never hurts to state the obvious once in a while. And to drive my point home, I just bought russianfoodblog.com (note to Google: it spells Russian food blog).
So from now on, and until I get tired of spending my money on not-quite-random-yet-not-quite-necessary domain names, you can access all the contents of this blog using russianfoodblog.com. Like my About page: russianfoodblog.com/about/. Or my reviews of Russian restaurants: russianfoodblog.com/category/restaurants/russian-cuisine/.
Let’s go through the recent posts that truly make this blog a Russian food blog, the Russian food blog, the blog of the Russian food…
Just from the year 2013:
- Follow Vlad’s diet with my Kremlin Menu Watches, parts 1, 2, and 3.
- Catch a glimpse of the seductive mysteries of Siberia with my Buryat meat dumplings.
- Renew your kebab repertoire with the skirt steak and eggplant shashlyk.
- Take beef Stroganoff to a new level.
- Expand your conception of Russian cuisine with a salmon and pork belly burger, or some jarred salmon in olive oil.
- Give the finger to overpriced panettone by making kulich and paskha.
- Learn a bit of history with the Nesselrode pudding.
- Make something simple but delicious, like blueberry preserves.
- I even have some drinks for you! With cranberries now in season, make some mors.
- Want something stronger? Try the birch cream liqueur or the wild bacon and birch vodka.
And of course, there are Russian restaurant reviews:
- Nasha Rasha, the worst Russian restaurant in NYC (I can’t say it enough times).
- Mari Vanna, only a few blocks from to Nasha Rasha yet so much better.
- Pravda, where Russia means champagne, caviar, vodka, and… burgers.
- Caspiy, for sighting the homo sovieticus in his or her natural environment.
- Pasternak, for a taste of Russia in Berlin.