PIROJKI

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The spring is here! The first daffodils are out, the snowdrops and the primroses, the rainbow colored carpet of crocuses, the bright warming sun… it’s all so pretty, all coming alive after a terrible wet winter.

At the time like this and just before Easter I always start craving to bake , especially traditional Russian. Today was one of those days and here it is: PIROJKI, russian pasties with different fillings. They can be baked, fried or deep fried. Peter loves them, I cannot live without them and I do not know anyone who tasted them once and did not asked for seconds.

Pirojki – mmmmm!

Here is my Pirojki class: it’s good to know that some young people want to discover and learn different cuisine.

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