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Haddock Mayonnaise and Russian Easter

Haddock Mayonnaise and Russian Easter

Russian Easter has always been one of my, and my family’s, favourite times of the year. Unlike Christmas, we eat the same dishes every year, and there is something so comforting about that, anticipating flavours embedded in my memory, and quite possibly my DNA. We make Paskha, a pyramid of cream cheese impregnated with dried fruit and toasted almonds to be eaten with Kulich, a domed cylinder of sweet bread and dried fruit. I boil eggs, and then dye them the colours of the rainbow.

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Russian Easter 2013

Russian Easter is the most important religious celebration in the Russian calendar, more important even than Christmas, and as such is accompanied by a table groaning with wonderful traditional Russian dishes. Not just a feast for the tummy but a feast for the eyes as well.

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