4 Foods I’ll Miss the Most from Gastronom 811 in St. Petersburg
Kristin Torres has studied Russian language and literature at the University of Missouri-Columbia and at the Summer Workshop in Slavic and Eastern Languages at Indiana University Bloomington. An aspiring arts and culture journalist, she has a particular focus on Eastern European film and literature. A former intern on the Arts Desk at National Public Radio in Washington, D.C. and at California and Missouri affiliates KQED and KBIA, she hopes to further develop her research and arts reporting skills on the Home and Abroad: Art program in St. Petersburg.
What do you suppose that’s an illustration of? An ice cube with meat on the bottom, topped with parsley? Are those mashed potatoes? No, it’s kholodets and horseradish!
Mini chocolate candies with hazelnuts and waffle crisps.
Kisel. It’s a drink. It’s a jelly. It’s delicious with porridge. Image from russianseason.net
Only 25 rubles stands between you and happiness.