In Ukraine, recipes of long ago have been preserved for centuries and are regularly cooked to this day. Raised both Polish and Ukrainian, Chef Mari has tried every dish and guarantees you will not be able to forget their taste.
Forshmak can be accompanied by salad or boiled potatoes to make a more solid meal. It can also be served at breakfast or even baked!
Recipe inspired: Chef Mari Rozyn
YOUR CULTURE BOX INCLUDES:
Dark Rye Bread by Future Bakery
Aluminum Alloy Meat Grinder
Ukrainian Beer by Four Father's Brewing Company
ALSO INCLUDED with EACH BOX!
INGREDIENTS & UTENSILS
TAXES ARE INCLUDED IN THE PRICE
Salted Sprats with Apples, Onions & Eggs on Toasted Vinegar Rye Bread
Future Bakery | St. Lawrence Market | 95 Front Street East | Toronto
Begun by a Polish husband and Ukrainian wife after arriving to Canada post WWII, they named their little bakery 'Future' because they wished to leave the past behind and look forward to the future in their new home. Today Future Bakery continues to be family run, using the exact same recipes passed down so many decades ago.
Reinhart's Cider | 7449 ON-26 | Stayner | Ontario
Started in 1910 by John Reinhart, this family run business began in apple products using locally grown apples, becoming a global leader.
Four Fathers Brewing | 125 Guelph Ave | Cambridge | Ontario
After four hockey dads established this Hespeler, Ontario brewery in 2015. Schevchenko 9 is a traditional Ukrainian Dunkel, brewed to the original style. It has aromas of malt, caramel and toast and flavours of toasted malt, chocolate and coffee. The finish is bittersweet and complex.