As long as the bacon is more fat than meat in content, its perfect.
At the Butcher Shop in Russia, you are likely to find the fattiest kinds of bacon (which are usually preferred) to serve as appetizers at your party.
The Cheburekki is a turnover pastry dough that is usually filled with a mix of beef or lamb and onions, and then fried.
Samovars are old Russian self-boilers that are made of copper. This metal container was used to boil water in the old days.
The Sharlotka is a Russian Apple Cake that uses only four ingredients and is one of Russia's traditional desserts.
This savory pie is made of salmon, rice, mushrooms, onions and dill. It is considered a comfort food in Russia
These dumplings are a common comfort food in Russia known as Pelmeny , which are made of dough and stuffed with ground meat, onions, and rice.
The Pirozhki Pie (Pierogi, Pirogi) can be filled with so many different stuffings.
The most traditional stuffing is minced meat, usually lamb or beef, with chopped onions.
This casserole dish is composed of chunks of fresh salmon, broccoli, and potatoes then topped with cheese and baked in the oven.
This is the most common and most eaten sandwich in Russia consisting of sliced bread that are buttered and then topped with red caviar.
There are two types of traditional kvas drinks that you can have when in Russia; Honey or Plain Bread flavor.
It is made through a fermentation process.
You can have this delicious fermented ale beer style beverage with a honey flavoring as well.