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I bought a used copy of this book and could not be happier, both with the bargain in buying used, and in the wonderful variety of recipes that are included in this wide-ranging... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Suzanne Elizabeth Anderson
My mother (born in Russia) saw this and said, "I gotta have it." Includes Russia, Ukraine, Baltics, Georgia, Armenia, Azerbijan.Published 5 months ago by Michael Brook
This is the one you need on the shelf in the kitchen of your dacha to feed your family. Nastrovya!Published 7 months ago by Mainstream tea maven
I checked this book out of the library so many times that I finally got my own copy many years ago. It is a pleasure to read and a delight for cooking. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Amazon Customer
My husband and I got this book to create a surprise dinner for his Babushka many years ago. Either she was being very nice to her grandson or this book really nailed all the... Read morePublished 8 months ago by Amazon Customer
I'm having fun just reading this cookbook. The first recipe I tried came out well, and the others are making me hungry. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Citizen
Russian cuisine (including the delicacies mirroring the enormity of the Russian empire) is no longer terra incognita to the West thanks to the tremendous work by Anya von... Read morePublished 9 months ago by Kerstin Hallert
This cookbook is really lovely. It arrived on time in good condition. The book is very fascinating, as it contains anecdotes and traditional recipes from all over the Soviet Union... Read morePublished 9 months ago by mikaylagodman
I bought this book used, but it turned out to be in great condition.
I already own one, my daughter does too, now bought one for my son's girlfriend.