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Around the World in 12 Dishes: Russia: Piroshki
My mum used to make these every Christmas, but her recipe was called Nola's Russian Pies. I am definitely making them this Yule! These are great with a dipping sauce (we used spiced homemade ketchup). // Juggling With Kids: Around the World in 12 Dishes: Russia: Piroshki
Holiday Traditions and Celebrations Around the World
In Russia, Ded Moroz. In English this means grandfather frost. Some call him Father Frost. Father Frost dresses in a long coat that is red, ice blue, gold and silver,it has white fur trim all around it & wears Russian hat also trimmed in white fur. He has a long white beard & uses a tall staff. He wears black leather boots & instead of reindeer he uses 3 horses that are fast as lightening. One huge difference is he doesn't bring gifts on Christmas,His gifts are delivered on New Year’s Eve.