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Streecha: Ukranian Home Cooking in an East Village Basement

New York Max Falkowitz 6 comments

This cafeteria may be of and for Ukrainian locals, but it's a place of refuge, and nourishment, for any who stop by. More

Spotted: The One and Only Roshen's Kyiv Cake in Sheepshead Bay, Brooklyn

Sweets Linnea Zielinski 3 comments

Though they may not be well known in the U.S., Ukraine offers an astonishing array of tempting desserts, from homemade cyrnyky (cheese pancakes) topped with strawberry sorbet to row upon row of truffles at the local bazaar or grocery store. None of them, however, are as beloved as candy company Roshen's Kyivc'kiy tort (Kyiv cake). After a hunt, one New Yorker finds out you you can get the real deal in Brooklyn. More

Your Ukrainian Shopping Needs Answered at Net Cost Market in Sheepshead Bay

New York Linnea Zielinski 7 comments

This Ukrainian and Russian specialty store has everything you need to eat like a Eastern European at home. More

A Sandwich a Day: Veselka's Reuben at Veselka

New York Craig Cavallo Post a comment

Veselka's take on the Reuben swaps out corned beef for a lightly smoked pork sausage. More

Susan Feniger's Ukrainian Spinach Dumplings with Lemon Marmalade and Sour Cream

Kate Williams 1 comment

Susan Feniger's Ukrainian dumpling recipe takes what could be a heavy appetizer and brightens it up with summer vegetables. Instead of overloading the dumplings with meat or starch, she brings zucchini and spinach together with earthy potatoes and tangy feta cheese. More

Susan Feniger's Ukrainian Spinach Dumplings

Serious Eats Kate Williams Post a comment

Feniger's recipe for Ukrainian dumplings takes what could be a heavy appetizer and brightens it up with summer vegetables. Instead of overloading the dumplings with meat or starch, she brings zucchini and spinach together with earthy potatoes and tangy feta cheese. More

Don't Let Rain Get Between You and Ukrainian Pierogi

New York Zach Brooks 2 comments

St. George Church's varenyky. (Photograph by Blondie & Brownie) Despite it being a pretty wet weekend, people still turned out for the 32nd Annual Ukrainian Festival in the East Village, and after seeing the photo above on the blog... More

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