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Tokyo Airport Now Selling Canned ‘Borscht’

Tokyo’s Haneda International Airport has begun selling a borscht substitute, according to the Facebook page of the Embassy of Japan in Russia

‘In Russia, Soup Is Thought to Be a Man’s Food’

Elena Osipova interviews an American chef brave enough to open a restaurant in Russia’s capital

Solyanka: How to Make Soup From Sausage

Solyanka, a thick, spicy and sour Russian soup that is common in Russia and other former Soviet republics, can be made from fish, meat or mushrooms

The Delicacies of Central Russia

Why a gourmet traveler should visit Pereslavl-Zalessky and the surrounding region

Thai Cuisine by Alexander Rappoport

The lawyer-turned-foodie talks Tom kha soup, curries and salads

Green Borscht

Elena Nikiforova, chef at Moscow’s Shinok restaurant, tells Eda.ru about a sorrel soup that can be classified either as borscht or as shchi

A Family Borscht Recipe From the Alexeyev-Stanislavskys

Anton Chekhov’s and Mikhail Bulgakov’s favourite soup from a recipe that has traveled to Paris and back

Five Spring Recipes

Simple and nourishing recipes for a nice Russian spring

Eating Siberia: Food Considered Russian in Japan

Masayuki Kawagishi shares a list of foods that are considered Russian in Japan

Five Dishes, One Duck

Vlad Piskunov’s Show-and-Tell

How to Make Delicious Cream Soup: Five Simple Recipes

This season’s must have recipes: winter cream soups you can make from anything you happen to have in your fridge

Five Winter Soups to Keep You Warm

Hot, fragrant and spicy soups from all over the world that will change the way you think about the Russian winter