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Old 11-16-2005, 09:46 AM   #1
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Georgian Recipes

Does anyone have any Republic of Georgia recipes?

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Old 11-16-2005, 11:54 AM   #2
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Interesting question!! I found this site, seems authentic enough and bookmarked for myself, too... obviously their cuisine is big on meats, but there are also interesting vegetable recipes too... I hope you will enjoy!

http://sisauri.tripod.com/ref/cuisine/cuisine.html#4
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Old 11-16-2005, 12:09 PM   #3
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Actually the site looks very interesting. Georgian cooking is complecated and rewarding. They are most hospitable people I know. There other sites you can find, but this one looks very comprehencive, so try it, let us know how you liked it.
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Old 11-16-2005, 12:18 PM   #4
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man, this topic has been on my mind for some time now...

i would recommend picking up the book "a georgian feast", by darra goldstein.


here's one, for georgian egg salad, aka azelila.
http://www.recipezaar.com/121404

another, chicken with tomatoes, aka chakhokhbili:
http://www.kartuli.com/site/modules....rticle&sid=180

and another, georgian candied walnuts, gozinaki, and cheesebread, khachapuri
http://kartuli.com/site/modules.php?...rticle&sid=177


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Thank you for the web site. It does look interesting. I see at the bottom there is a link for a place that sells Georgian wines. They are just delicious.
If anyone knows of any other sites I'd love to see those too.
Thank you again, much appreciated!
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Thanks to you also Bucky! I think we posted at the same time!
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Your welcome RMS! I never tried Georgean wine, but I noticed some similar characteristics in their cuisine to those of mediterranean. So it is quite possible that they also produce excellent wines... Now we must try some of the recipes and exchange the results
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Here is onother one. I found the recipe on this site true to the original ones.

http://www.millionmenu.info/eng/book...ook17/rbook17/
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i have had georgian wines, and they were good, but fairly sweet, and extremely potent. most oenophiles would turn their noses up at it, but it goes really well with russian/turkish/armenian/azerbaijani inspired foods.
they did come in very interesting bottles. handpainted ones, and others were ceramic.
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Now I got curious about their wine bottle and I found these... Were they something like this? How cooool!! this is really a work of art!!
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