Georgian Cuisine
27 December, 2016
27 December, 2016
Gozinaki is a traditional Georgian candy made with natural honey and walnuts that as a rule, is served at New Year and Christmas.
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23 December, 2016
23 December, 2016
Satsivi is a popular Georgian dish prepared especially for New Year and Christmas.
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12 December, 2016
12 December, 2016
Homemade lollypops known as mamalo (named so because it often has the shape of a bird or a rooster), is a popular and quite old treat.
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05 December, 2016
05 December, 2016
Dolma is a quite widespread dish throughout many countries and Georgia is no exception.
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30 November, 2016
30 November, 2016
Medok is an old and quite popular honey cake in Georgia.
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29 November, 2016
29 November, 2016
Georgian cuisine is rich in various kinds of dishes, starting with hearty meat and cheesy foods ending with simplest and tastiest veggie meals full of essential nutrients.
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25 November, 2016
25 November, 2016
With winter’s arrival we shift from cooling and refreshing cocktails to hot drinks such as tea, coffee and hot chocolate,
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21 November, 2016
21 November, 2016
Those who are not fond of sweets and prefer savory snacks, we offer delicious alternative - cookies with sulguni (Georgian cheese).
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16 November, 2016
16 November, 2016
Georgian cuisine is rich in various kinds of pickled products.
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14 November, 2016
14 November, 2016
Georgian cuisine can boast bounty of various types of khachapuri, Georgian cheese bread.
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10 November, 2016
10 November, 2016
Many Georgian products have earned international recognition and demand on them is increasing day by day.
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03 November, 2016
03 November, 2016
Machari in Georgian is the name for new wine, when the pressed grape juice reaches the condition of fermentation. Machari has intensive aroma and sweet taste.
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02 November, 2016
02 November, 2016
Georgian candy churchkhela, also known as Georgian Snickers, is widely popular with locals and especially with tourists.
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31 October, 2016
31 October, 2016
Blackberry sauce is a popular Georgian dressing made from fresh blackberries and spices.
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27 October, 2016
27 October, 2016
Georgian Argo Bakery named after famous legend of Argonauts who traveled to Georgia’s Colchis kingdom,
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24 October, 2016
24 October, 2016
Boiled dough  with braised onion is a type of Georgian dumplings made from Khinkali leftovers.
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20 October, 2016
20 October, 2016
Chashushuli is a delicious Georgina beef stew with tomato and spices.
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14 October, 2016
14 October, 2016
Tatara is a delicious Georgian grape pudding, similar to pelamushi. Although they look the same, yet they differ in taste.
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13 October, 2016
13 October, 2016
Every child in Georgia remembers extremely delicious walnut shaped cookies with caramel cream inside, since this treat was often prepared on different occasions in many families.
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05 October, 2016
05 October, 2016
Both mushroom and tarragon occupy special place in Georgian cuisine.
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