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34th Annual St. Nicholas Slavic/Russian Food Festival

 

Brookside, Alabama

 Saturday November 5, 2016 (10-4)

 Sunday: November 6, 2016 (12-5)

 For more information (205) 285-9648

www.stnicholasbrookside.org

  St. Nicholas Russian Orthodox Church welcomes you to its annual Food Festival

held the first full weekend in November of each year.

 

St. Nicholas Church was founded in Brookside in 1894.  Tours of the temple are available. The ladies of the Sisterhood of St. Olga have prepared the food and pastries from recipes handed down from relatives and friends who immigrated to Brookside from Western Ukraine and what is now known as Slovakia and Russian members of our Parish.

Be sure to visit our Russian Beriozka Store for imported gifts and souveniers and our new Heritage Room. Also, tours of the historic temple are available.

 

WE ARE NOW ACCEPTING ALL MAJOR CREDIT CARDS.

 

MENU ITEMS AVAILABLE FOR EAT-IN OR TAKE-OUT

 

Kolbasa and Kraut (Polish sausage, kraut, onions and tomatoes)

 

Holupki (Stuffed cabbage with beef and pork)

 

Halushki (Potato dumplings with cheese and onions)

 

Kasha (Buckwheat groats with mushrooms)

 

 Olivier Salad (Russian vegetarian salad)

 

Shchi (Cabbage and meat soup)

 

Borsch (Beet vegetarian soup)

 

Borodinsky black bread

 

Piroshki (Baked meat pies with beef and sausage)

 

Varenyky/Pirohy/Pierogi (boiled dumpling with cheese/potato filling)

 

Blini (Either savory or sweet)

 

Pigachi (Potato cheese herb bread)

 

Kolachie (Rolled loafs with either pecan, cheese, poppyseed, almond or prune fillings)

 

Tea from Samovar

 

Many ethnic pastries, including Russian teacakes, Pryaniki (Russian Spice Cookies); Rozky (Slovakian Crescent Cookies); Cukrovi (Russian “Bar Cookies”); Ciasteczka Cynamonowe (Polish “Cinnamon Stars”); Medovik (honey cake); Kolacky/Kolachie, a flaky, cream cheese pastry filled with jam, and much more.

 

 

 

 

 

 
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