The Republic of Moldova’s Zeama is the third best chicken soup in the world, with a score of 4.6 out of 5, according to a ranking by tasteatlas.com.
My winter medicine, my go-to food after intermittent fasting – pickled cabbage must be the only winter preserves recipe I took from my parents without panicking about the amount of jars, caps, and vegetables that need to be prepared during an entire day.
We call these eggplant rolls “Limba soacrei” or “Mother–in–Law ́s Tongue”. This appetizer, made of thin eggplant slices stuffed with a spicy-garlic filling, resembles the “hotness” of unwanted advice from your mother–in–law. Of course, it’s nothing but a stereotype developed in time. In fact, mothers–in–
law are kind and loving. Even when they stick their noses in your business, they do it with good intentions.
The best galette is the one made with seasonal fruits. The combination of thin and crunchy pastry with juicy fruits is simply phenomenal! Peaches, apricots, blackcurrants, raspberries, cherries or sour cherries are the fruits you can use for this recipe.
Compot [kom’pot] was invented to preserve the sweetness and flavor of summer fruits for the wintertime. It is a non-alcoholic clear juice, made by boiling fruits and sugar in a large volume of water.
For almost every holiday, there is a special dish in our culture. And I’m not at all joking when I say that on 2, 3 and 4 August we have three specific dishes for three different holidays.
Let me explain what each dish is and the holiday it represents!
I was browsing through this year’s IA MANIA Festival photos and I already miss the aroma and the taste of this special dishes. As we say in Moldova : Plouă-n gură! (It’s raining in my mouth! = my mouth water) so I decided to share with you my top 5 MUST TRY DISHES at IA MANIA Festival