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Comment from: Kristen [Visitor]
I have a soft spot in my heart (right alongside the clogged arteries) for сало. It got me through the summer of 1993 in St. P., when financial upheaval, my own lack of money, and the general disappearance of food from the shelves meant it was pretty tricky to eat. Things got better in August, when dachniki started selling their produce, but until that time, сало was my source of calories. I was hungry enough, at times, to crave it.
10/27/09 @ 09:07
Comment from: bardak [Visitor] · http://www.vottak.info
сало - натуральный продукт -)
борщ, чеснок, черный хлеб, сало, что может быть вкуснее :)
11/28/09 @ 05:13
Comment from: LittleSusie [Visitor] Email
I should admit that 'salo' is a purely Ukranian obsession-food. We even have jokes about it here in Russia. Of course, it is well-known here, many people eat it, but it is, i repeat, a Ukranian typical thing.
11/29/09 @ 14:36
Comment from: Max [Visitor]
"Я люблю пожарить кусочки сала и есть их на хлебе с маслом."
Being Russian myself, I imagine picture of a some kind of yogi sitting on a slice of bread when i read such construction. It's not a big mistake and many Russians will say the same, but it seems to be a bit clumsy to my taste. As for me, I'd rather say "Я люблю пожарить кусочки сала и есть их, положив на хлебе с маслом."
11/30/09 @ 01:20

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