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  • #31
    Favorite Russian Food

    1. Borscht Soup
    2. Shashlyk
    3. Schi
    4. Solyanka
    5. Okroshka
    6. Blinies and smetana
    7. Pirozhki
    8. Kvas
    9.Rassolnik

    10. Kulebyaka

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    • #32
      Favorite Russian Food

      1. Borscht Soup
      2. Shashlyk
      3. Schi
      4. Solyanka
      5. Okroshka
      6. Blinies and smetana
      7. Pirozhki
      8. Kvas
      9.Rassolnik
      10. Kulebyaka

      11. Mushroom soup



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      • #33
        Favorite Russian Food

        1. Borscht Soup
        2. Shashlyk
        3. Schi
        4. Solyanka
        5. Okroshka
        6. Blinies and smetana
        7. Pirozhki
        8. Kvas
        9.Rassolnik
        10. Kulebyaka
        11. Mushroom soup
        12. Buckwheat groats

        Last edited by ShAA; 18 Jun 09, 16:04.
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        • #34
          Originally posted by ShAA View Post
          This has already been mentioned.
          No, it has not. Pirogi and pirozhki are not the same -- the contents are different.

          To educate those who are ignorant of the difference:
          Pirogi -- http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pierogi
          Pirozhki - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pirozhki
          Last edited by Janos; 18 Jun 09, 11:46.
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          • #35
            Favorite Russian Food

            1. Borscht Soup
            2. Shashlyk
            3. Schi
            4. Solyanka
            5. Okroshka
            6. Blinies and smetana
            7. Pirozhki
            8. Kvas
            9.Rassolnik
            10. Kulebyaka
            11. Mushroom soup
            12. Buckwheat groats

            13. Pirogi (removed by error earlier)
            Barcsi János ispán vezérőrnagy
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            "Never pet a burning dog."

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            • #36
              Favorite Tribe/Nation of the Caucasus Region:

              1. The Avars

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              • #37
                Favorite Tribe/Nation of the Caucasus Region:

                1. The Avars
                2. Circassians
                Last edited by Pilsudski; 18 Jun 09, 12:51.
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                • #38
                  Favorite Tribe/Nation of the Caucasus Region:

                  1. The Avars
                  2. Circassians

                  3. The Batsbi (not sure if I actually have a favourite tribe)


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                  • #39
                    Favorite Tribe/Nation of the Caucasus Region:

                    1. The Avars
                    2. Circassians
                    3. The Batsbi

                    4. Chechens

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                    "Never pet a burning dog."

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                    • #40
                      Originally posted by Janos View Post
                      No, it has not. Pirogi and pirozhki are not the same -- the contents are different.

                      To educate those who are ignorant of the difference:
                      Pirogi -- http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pierogi
                      Pirozhki - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pirozhki
                      Sorry, man, there is no Russian in the whole world that would call pelmeni as "pirogi".

                      The word "pirogi" means "pies" in Russian, like kulebyaka or other pastries with fillings. "Pirozhki" means "little pies" - there's a diminuitive suffix added with a consonant change.

                      I knew this difference perfectly well, so it is you who's just shown his ignorance here. I don't care if Russians and Poles are all the same to you, but the latter may object to this

                      This is a Russian history Baker's dozen and Russian food should be called the way Russians name it. You could've named it "raviolli" as well.

                      Here's some info for your gastronomical education: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pelmeni
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                      • #41
                        Favorite Russian Food

                        1. Borscht Soup
                        2. Shashlyk
                        3. Schi
                        4. Solyanka
                        5. Okroshka
                        6. Blinies and smetana
                        7. Pirozhki
                        8. Kvas
                        9.Rassolnik
                        10. Kulebyaka
                        11. Mushroom soup
                        12. Buckwheat groats

                        13. Pelmeni

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                        Siege of Leningrad battlefield tour

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                        • #42
                          As far as I know (and always ready to be corrected), what we in the West call perogies are not the same thing as what the Russians call pirogi. Pirogi are cooked in an oven and resemble Cornish pasties that you can get in Britain. Pelmeni - on the other hand - are boiled in water and thus resemble perogies, but there are differences in fillings compared to what we usually encounter in perogies. Then again - I may be wrong....

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                          • #43
                            [QUOTE=Janos;1233833]Favorite Tribe/Nation of the Caucasus Region:

                            1. The Avars
                            2. Circassians
                            3. The Batsbi
                            4. Chechens

                            5. Ossetians

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                            • #44
                              Originally posted by skoblin View Post
                              As far as I know (and always ready to be corrected), what we in the West call perogies are not the same thing as what the Russians call pirogi. Pirogi are cooked in an oven and resemble Cornish pasties that you can get in Britain. Pelmeni - on the other hand - are boiled in water and thus resemble perogies, but there are differences in fillings compared to what we usually encounter in perogies. Then again - I may be wrong....
                              Yes, I can go into more hairsplitting, but generally this is right. As far as pirozhki have already been mentioned here, there's no need to post pirogi - their bigger versions.
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                              • #45
                                Favorite Tribe/Nation of the Caucasus Region:

                                1. The Avars
                                2. Circassians
                                3. The Batsbi
                                4. Chechens
                                5. Ossetians


                                6. The Ingush


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