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Anti-heroes, black humor, and life in Soviet-era Russia make for a dark and horrifyingly funny tale of a mother, her daughter, and granddaughter in The Hottest Dishes of the Tartar Cuisine by Alina Bronsky. Their dysfunctional lives and relationships include ineffectual, do-nothing men, bribery, and tragedy, all told with an addictive style. You can't stop reading about their train wreck of a life. As the class discusses the book, Mickey Kitterman will prepare steamed and chilled vegetable salad with roasted beets and green beans topped with Russian Tartar dressing and hard cooked eggs, cheburek - a crisp savory turnover filled with minced beef and onions and potatoes sautéed and served with sour cream and dill, plus fresh pashka - a sweetened cheese pudding served with sour cherry sauce and Russian tea cakes.
Novel Cuisine is a culinary book club for food lovers that read the book in advance and includes novels, memoirs, histories, science and politics -- all with food as a central theme. The books for Novel Cuisine are available at Kitchen Conservatory. Come to one or as many of these classes as you like! Novel Cuisine started in our kitchen in 2006 and our readers and food lovers have discussed nearly 200 books! We love to hear from our students what books they want to read!
Sun, Sep 11, 1 pm to 3:30 pm

Sun, Sep 11, 1 pm to 3:30 pm

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