Ukrainian Mushroom Dumplings By Orest & Katie Kramarczuk This is a delightful little dumpling if you are a mushroom lover. It translates to “tiny ear” because of the final shape it takes. We would always eat them served in a steaming bowl of Borscht. The beet and mushroom flavor is a wonderful combination.
Pickled Golden Chanterelles & Morels By Andrew Zimmern Marinovannye Griby are pickled mushrooms in Russian, and until I spent time in St. Petersburg a few years ago, I never would have told you to pickle chanterelles and morels, but I’m telling you…do it. These days, with access to farmers markets and foragers these mushrooms are… Read More →
Preserving Eastern European Heritage Kramarczuk’s Sausage Company is an iconic Twin Cities restaurant and deli, serving Eastern European sausages and comfort classics for more than 50 years. The Kramarczuk family’s story is an ultimate immigrant success story. Wasyl and Anna Kramarczuk moved to the United States to escape war-torn Europe in 1949. In the 50s,… Read More →