Food and Friends on a Russian Meal Schedule

IMG_0320Croissants, boiled eggs, kielbasa, lavash bread, fruit and of course coffee, make for a semi-traditional Armenian breakfast with Ida and Grachik.

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Plums, watermelon, grapes and baked goods are served for lunch by Antonina Vasilievna.

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A traditional Armenian lunch at Gala’s house.

IMG_0362Tea time with marmalade, apples and halvah. Just the usual.

IMG_0392Ilya and I grew up together and so did our mothers.  We got together for dinner.

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Antonina Vasilevna bakes several times a week. She made a Napoleon cake for dessert.

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Fall is apple harvest time in Russia as well. These are all from his own trees at the dacha (vacation home).

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