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This is a classic Hungarian stew. Many people would actually call this a goulash, but a Hungarian goulash is actually more soup-like. See the definitions of goulash and pörkölt in Wikipedia if you’re interested to know more. I’m not making any claims to authenticity with this recipe, but from what I’ve understood, what makes pörkölt […]

Borsch Soup

Another famous Slavic dish, this delicious beetroot soup can be adjusted indefinitely. In Poland, borsch is liquid, like vegetable stock made with beet, served without the vegetable pieces. Our soup is pretty thick, loaded with shredded organic root vegetables and cabbage. We enjoyed our borsch with a big dollop of plain soy yogurt, sprinkled with […]