Let me tell you a bit about Easter traditions in Moldova. It’s one of the most significant holidays in our culture. The celebration consists of…
My parents and their friends
had a tradition: on every 9th of May they used to celebrate the Victory Day by going to the same forest. We were doing the traditional for this day BBQ.
Also kids were picking up ramson and lilies of the valley. Since those times I remember the taste of ramson salad made by my mother.
Here you can find white bread and whole wheat bread made from flour produced at a mill in Cahul, as well as bran bread, made from flour from a mill in Lebedenco village. Besides bread, you can also buy fresh milled flour.
You’ll always find a slice of sweet, salty, soft, or dry brânză [‘brɨnzə] in every Moldovan house. Brânză is a typical fresh white cow, sheep or goat cheese, very popular in Moldova. Locals get their dairy products either from relatives that live in the village or from the local market.