Cheburybnik, horror Tver lakes
This is real Russian cuisine. At least, that's exactly what the organizers of the festival Seliger Rybnik claim. They really do not specify whether it is possible.
Everything is beautiful here. I will not even comment on anything. What for? This, in fact, is simply “the purest charm of the purest specimen”. Qualitative such, without impurity. Just the gold standard.
Local chefs decided not to be limited to the famous fishman. In addition to it, they prepared cheburybniki - pasties with chopped fish fillets (eel, whitefish and pike perch). Admittedly, locals and tourists who came to the festival, cheburybniki will appeal to even the most demanding gourmets.
And the president of the Tourism Association of the Tver region, Irina Sheremetker, noted that cheburybniki could well become another brand of the Ostashkov festival.
And here I must agree with Irina. A fake dish, a cross between a pie with a cheburek, is simply obliged to become a symbol of no less than a fake festival.After all, just think: its organizers quite seriously assert that rye fish pies were invented in Ostashkov. Nowhere else - neither in the world nor in Russia - a thousand years ago rye flour was used and fish was not baked in it. And here here, the gloomy Ostashkov genius was honored ...
As you understand, the famous dreamer from Russian cuisine Maxim Syrnikov became the author of such a fruitful idea. However, our writings were not in vain. And the evil magpies told curious gossip. From the regional authorities received an indication of the name of this prokhindey running from the court in the local press, if possible, not to mention. And the journalists were so confused that even his private shop “Russian cookery” was renamed “Russian brewery”. Well, just in case:
And, of course, I can not ignore such beauty. The first place in the contest of pies was won by the female Mother of God Mother Monastery. It would seem news as news. But this is against the background of today's Pelevin reality, it seems mundane. If you think about it ... The monastery takes part in the competition for the best food. Once again: the monastery, whose whole meaning of life is in humility, rejection of worldly pleasures and pride, participates in a secular competition.