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стерлядь запечённая целиком #sterlet #стерлядь #zivjulete

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A relatively small species of sturgeon native to the Black Sea, Azov Sea and Caspian Sea, as well as Siberian rivers. The sterlet is farmed at Twins Garden and served as a fillet alongside different varieties of its own farmed beets and viziga, a “fusilli” of the dried sturgeon’s spinal cord.


Even if foie gras from Egorievsk was available, one should step off the beaten track to savour swan liver at White Rabbit. The liver is marinated in whisky and served as a terrine in a cube-shaped vessel topped with torched apple marshmallow and served with a spoonful of birch jelly.

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Ryazhenka, baked fermented milk. Eaten at Rostov-on-Don Central market. #gqtravelrussia #gqrussia #rostov #rostovondon #ryazhenka #utkinocountryhouse #whatfoodwritereats

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This lactic acid fermented baked milk can be taken as it is. But at White Rabbit, it arrives as a panna cotta to complement lightly baked figs with a wine reduction, and a sprinkle of Trinidad scorpion pepper.


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Омуль! С 1 января 2017 года запрещён вылов. #омуль #байкал #omul #baikalomul

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At Twins Garden, this whitefish species from the salmon family native to Lake Baikal in Siberia is smoked and served in a scallop’s half shell with green apples and a tartare of Sakhalin scallop drizzled with horseradish sauce.

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Native to the region between the Black Sea and the Caspian Sea, the Caspian Red Deer appeared on the Twins Garden menu last year as a chocolate ganache. First smoked, salted, then dried and mixed with cream before being tossed with chocolate, the sweet arrives devoid of the red deer meat but full of its flavour.

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