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How to cook Borst. For language books and cds written specifically for adoptive families, visit www.adoptlangauge.com #adoption

How to cook Borst. For language books and cds written specifically for adoptive…

Russian Samovar. Samovars and tea-drinking are an indispensable element of Russian culture. In modern Russia, samovars are rarely used to boil water for tea as originally intended, however many families place samovars in the center of the table during holiday celebrations. Reserving pride of place for a samovar at the festive table is both a tribute that Russians give to their ancestors and a ceremony that embodies warm-hearted hospitality.

There is Always Tea to Drink In a Russian Kitchen. Antique samovars are often displayed for their beautiful workmanship.

LACHSBROETCHEN: VARENYKY-MY FAVORITE RUSSIAN FOOD

Lachsbroetchen: This is a popular Russian dessert. Filled with a fruity filling and a bit of cream cheese, and baked to a light brown crisp.

Anna Pavlova in costume for her Russian dance, 1910’s-20’s.  Her headdress is an elaborate version of a kokoshnik.

This is a colourization of the famous Russian Ballerina Anna Pavlova in the Russian costume kokoshnik. She was very determined to become a ballerina fro. Anna Pavlova in kokoshnik

Sushki -  is a traditional Russian tea bread. It is a small, crunchy, mildly sweet bread ring which can be eaten for dessert.

Sushki a traditional Russian tea bread, crunchy, mildly sweet bread ring eaten for desserts

Russian Alphabet  Not too hard of a language to learn, honestly. The language itself is incredibly structured.

Russian-alphabet postcard

Russian Alphabet Not too hard of a language to learn, honestly. The language itself is incredibly structured.

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