Georgian Cuisine
29 April, 2014
29 April, 2014
Ghomi is a traditional Georgian dish from western region of Samegrelo.
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26 April, 2014
26 April, 2014
The Washington Post’s Maura Judkis reports about a restaurant in Washington DC, whichis owned by National Public Radio’s (NPR) Morning Edition co-host David Greene and his wife.
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22 April, 2014
22 April, 2014
Khinkali, which is a Georgian type of Dumplings, originated in mountainous regions of Mtiuleti, Pshavi and Khevsureti.
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18 April, 2014
18 April, 2014
Chakapuli is a traditional Georgian dish made with lamb and white wine. Often it is served during the feast of Orthodox Easter.
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17 April, 2014
17 April, 2014
Madder dye is sold everywhere in Georgia during Easter, so dyeing eggs is hardly a problem. But many of our compatriots abroad have trouble finding it, and this is where our recipe comes in handy.
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11 April, 2014
11 April, 2014
In this traditional Georgian dish the turkey (or chicken) is cooked with walnut sauce.
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09 April, 2014
09 April, 2014
You might think that the United States, with its super-sized portions, absurdly high obesity rate, and uniquely American innovations like the Doritos Locos Taco, is home to the world's most fattening foods.
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08 April, 2014
08 April, 2014
Fish in ‘Kindzmari’ sauce is a traditional Georgian food, in which the fish is cooked with coriander and vinegar (‘kindzi’ is a Georgian word for coriander and ‘dzmari’ means vinegar).
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07 April, 2014
07 April, 2014
Kuchmachi is a traditional Georgian dish made of pork/chicken hearts, livers, gizzards mixed with walnuts and pomegranate.
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04 April, 2014
04 April, 2014
Ojakhuri is a popular Georgian dish with roasted meat and potatoes. In translation from Georgian ‘Ojakhuri’ means a ‘family meal’.
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03 April, 2014
03 April, 2014
Chakhokhbili is a traditional Georgian dish of stewed chicken with fresh herbs.
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01 April, 2014
01 April, 2014
Lobiani is one of the most beloved traditional Georgian dishes. The main ingredient of the dish is beans and this is where the name ‘Lobiani’ comes from – ‘Lobio’
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31 March, 2014
31 March, 2014
Shkmeruli is a chicken dish from the village of Shkmeri, Racha region of Georgia. Chicken in a special spicy garlic sauce becomes even more delicious if cooked on a clay pan.
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28 March, 2014
28 March, 2014
Red kidney beans (‘Lobio’ – in Georgian) with walnuts is one of the traditional Georgian dishes beloved both by the locals and the foreigners.
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27 March, 2014
27 March, 2014
Khachapuri is a traditional Georgian dish – a bread filled with cheese. There are several distinctive types of Khachapuri in Georgian cuisine
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25 February, 2014
25 February, 2014
Sean and McKinze’s love affair with Georgia began when they joined the Peace Corps shortly after marrying
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27 November, 2013
27 November, 2013
Daily Mail gives a list of fifty five European Foods Worth Traveling For. Two Georgian dishes – Khachapuri and Khinkali are among them.
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28 October, 2013
28 October, 2013
Following the Tbilisoba celebration in the capital of Georgia in the middle of October, Georgians residing in Moscow marked the event locally at Muzeon Park in the Russian capital.
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09 August, 2013
09 August, 2013
The New York Times reports about the Georgian restaurant Oda House, in Manhattan that serves famous Georgian dishes which is “a rarity this side of the Brooklyn Bridge”.
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14 February, 2013
14 February, 2013
Discover Georgian cheese, which offers far more than four sorts

Here we talk again about our ancient traditions. If you asked a Georgian person some three years ago, how many sorts of Cheese we had, they would not hesitate to answer that there were its four kinds : Sulguni, typical Imeretian, factory cheese (so-called Karkhnuli) and traditional Guda Cheese. But what about Laguji, Chogi Cheese, Curds-Cheese, Chechily, Tenily, Skibu and many others? Let’s dive into the secrets of Georgian cheese history, which is rather rich for a small country like Georgia, and discover the gastronomic secrets, which still remain secrets for many locals.
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