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Happy Holidays 2018!

by Florian
Happy Holidays 2018 from Food Perestroika!

Happy Holidays! Looking to stuff your face in style a few more times before the New Year resolutions kick in? Here is a selection of my favorite recipes from this year’s posts, perfect for any special occasion.

Happy Holidays 2018 from Food Perestroika!

On the other hand, this year’s most popular posts, as usual, seem to suggest that I’d be better off sticking to improved traditional recipes rather than going completely off script with my own creations:

  1. The undefeatable Qurutob, Tajikistan’s National Dish is now my most popular dish for three years in a row! Who would have guessed when I first posted it?
  2. My Bosnian Ćevapi with Kajmak, Ajvar, and Lepinja makes a meteoric entrance straight to the second rank. It’s well deserved, because this  ćevapi is pretty damn good!
  3. My Somlói Galuska, Hungarian Dessert Dumplings, is also a newcomer, and it tops the result page when you google somlói galuska. I can proudly declare that this is a Hungarian food blog
  4. The Tarkhun, Tarragon Soda is still popular. I should consider updating the post a little to help boost it to the top of the Google search results – right now, it comes second.
  5. Next comes the Plombir, Russian Ice Cream, another regular of this top 5, because who doesn’t like ice cream? Even Vlad likes ice cream!

Anyway, whether original creations or reinvented classics, all of my recipes result from thorough, iterative work of research, trial, and error. Do yourself a favor and give them a chance! 

Previous years:
Happy Holidays 2017
Happy Holidays 2016
Happy Holidays 2015
Happy Holidays 2014
Happy Holidays 2013

Happy Holidays 2012
Happy Holidays 2011

(Photo credit for featured picture of Vlad: Russian President Vladimir recently met with cultural luminaries in the Kremlin and, most notably, handed out awards for outstanding artistic and literary achievements. 06/04/2018. Sputnik/Sergey Guneev.)

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