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Ukrainian Borscht and Blini Shabbat Dinner

In-Person Palo Alto, Palo Alto
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$12.00

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This is an alcohol-free event
Banquet (20+ Guests)
east european
In-Person
Borscht is a dish that could be easily called a Ukrainian national treasure. This intensely red, flavorful soup is a frequent guest at every Ukrainian table. The recipe changes from family to family, but the essential ingredients are always the same: lots of cabbage, tomatoes, beans, and of course tons of beets! The deeply satisfying flavor of borscht will make you fall in love with it from the first slurp. I will be serving it piping hot with a dollop of sour cream and freshly baked garlic buns (Pampushki). As a second course, I will be serving traditional Ukrainian Blinies (Nalisniki) filled with homemade cottage cheese and raisins. You can also expect a surprise little sweet treat at the end of the meal. It's a wonderfully comforting meal from Anna's childhood which she's eager to share with you!

Menu detail

Vegetarian Borscht
Entree
Hearty and wholesome Ukrainian comfort food, full of color and flavor. Served with sour cream and fresh herbs.
Garlic Pampushki
Small Plate
Incredibly soft and fluffy homemade Ukrainian garlic bread.
Sweet Blinis with Homemade Cottage Cheese
Dessert
Traditional Slavic crepes filled with rustic homemade cottage cheese and sweet raisins.
Homemade cookies
Dessert
A small baked goodie for you to enjoy.

Ukrainian Borscht and Blini Shabbat Dinner

In-Person Palo Alto, Palo Alto
(Exact Address will be shared upon purchase.)