Some Russian Tastes

Natalia brought many Russian foods from Vladivostok.

I showed you grapes.

She also brought much bread, which fascinated Katya.

I enjoy it, too. Vinegared herring from Vladivostok went well with the bread and white wine.

Today, I had very good borsch. It was interesting that the taste was different from that Katya makes.

For dessert, I had some Kiev chocolates that Natalia bought there. It was very good, too.


It is amazing how much she brought.

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