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Word stress falls on the syllables in italics.

BREAKFAST

6jinHbi (bli-ny) - pancakes/crepes; also eaten as an appetiser or dessert

6jihhihkh (Wm-chi-ki)- bliny rolled around meat or cheese and browned rama (fai-sha) - Russian-style buckwheat porridge Kei|)np (ki-ftff) - buttermilk, served as a drink OMJieT (ahm-/yef) - omelette TBopor (tva-rok) - cottage cheese aiiito (yai-fro) - egg aniHnita (ya-/i/j ni tsa) — fried egg

LUNCH & DINNER

BTopbie 6jiiofla (ffo-ryye blyuda)-second courses or'main' dishes ropaiiie ôniofla (gar-yc-chi-ye blyu-da) - hot courses or

'main'dishes 3aKycKH (za-to-ski) - appetisers nepBbie ôniofla (per-vi-ye blyu-da) - first courses (usually soups)

cjiaflKne 6jiiofla (r/of-ki-ye blyu-da) - sweet courses/desserts

APPETISERS

KpacHaa nKpa (kras-na-ya i-kra) - red (salmon) caviar rpnôbi b CMeTaHe (gri-iiy fsme-fo-ne) - mushrooms baked in sour cream; also called wyjibeH «3 rpnôoB (zhul-yen iz gri-bov) canaT (sa/i7f) — salad

OBomHoficajiaT (a-vash-«oy'sa -/of)-'vegetable sa lad'; salad of tomatoes and cucumbers IB noMHflopoB (iz pa-mi-rfor-ov) - tomato salad lëpHaa HKpa (chor-na-ya i-kra) - black (sturgeon) caviar CTOJiHiHbiii caaaT (sta-//c/?-ny sa /of) - 'capital salad'; salad of vegetable, beef, potato and egg in sour cream and mayonnaise

SOUP

6opm (borsh) - beetroot soup with vegetables and sometimes meat, served hot or cold jianwa (lap-sha) - chicken noodle soup OKpouiKa (a-krosh-ka) - soup made from cucumbers, sour cream, potatoes, eggs, meat and kvas, served hot or cold pacco^bHHK (ra-jïo/' nik) - cucumber and kidney soup cojiaHKa (sal-yiw-ka) - thick meat or fish soup yxa (u-kha) - fish soup with potatoes and vegetables xapio (khar-c/jo/j)—traditional Georgian soup made of lamb and spices mn (shi)-cabbage or sauerkraut soup

FISH

jiococb/cëiwra (/o-sos'/jyom-ga) - salmon oceTpnHa (a-se-fr/'-na) - sturgeon

OTBapHaa (at-rac-na-yah) - poached sturgeon oceTpnHa c rpnôaMH (a-se-fr/'-na zgri iio mi) — sturgeon with mushrooms pbi6a (/y-ba) — fish cyflaK (su-dak) - pike perch TpecKa (tris-Aro) - cod i|)opeab (farye/l —trout myra (shu-ka) - pike

POULTRY & MEAT DISHES

aHTpeKOT (an-tri-tof) - entrecote - boned sirloin steak 6ei|)CTporaHOB (bef-jiro-ga-nov) - beef stroganov - beef slices in a rich sauce 6ni|)uiTeKC (bif-shteks) - 'steak', usually a glorified ham-

burgerfilling roBaflHHa (gavyo di na) - beef rojiyôitbi (ga-lup isy) - cabbage rolls stuffed with meat wapKoe no floiwawHeiwy (zhariroye pa Aa-mash-m-mu) -meat stewed in a clay pot 'home-style', with mushrooms, potatoes and vegetables wapKoe IB nTiiitbi (zhar-toy e iz pti-tsa) - poultry stewed in a clay pot

KOTJieTa (kat /e ta) - usually a croquette of ground meat KOTJieTa no KneBCKn (kat /p-ta pa to' ev ski) - chicken Kiev;

fried chicken breast stuffed with garlic butter KOTJieTa no nowapcKH (kat /p-ta pa pa-z/wr-ski) - croquette of minced chicken MacHbie (mya-sni-ye) - meat nejibMeHn (pil'-men-i) - meat dumplings nnoB (plov) - pilaf, rice with mutton bits CBHHHHa (sfi-ra'-na) - pork uiauiJibiK (shash-//M) - skewered and grilled meat

VEGETABLES

rapHnpbi (gar /7/ ry) — any vegetable garnish ropox (ga-rokh) - peas rpn6bi (gri-by) - wild mushrooms

3ejieHb(zye-lin')-greens

KanycTa (ka-pus-U) - cabbage

KapTouiKa/KapToi|)ejib (kar-to/i-ka/kar-fo-fil') - potato

M0pK0Bb (mar-kof) - carrots obou(h (o va shchi) — vegetables orypeit (a-gur-yefr) - cucumber noMiiflop (pa-mi-rfoe) - tomato

FRUIT

a6pnKoc (a-bri-te) - apricot anenbCMH (a pel'-jfrn) — orange 6aHaH (ba-nan) - banana BiiHorpafl (vi-na-ijrarf) - grapes BnuiHa (i/ii/;-ni-ya) - cherry rpyuia Igru-sha) - pear (|)pyKTbi (fruk-ty) - fruits a6ji0K0 (yo-bla-ko) - apple

STAPLES

Macjio (mas-la) - butter nepeit (pyer-ils) - pepper pnc (ris) - rice caxap (jo khar) — sugar cojib (sol') - salt cbip (syr) - cheese xne6 (khlep) — bread

DESSERTS

Kncejib (ki-jre/O — fru it jelly/jello komuot (kam-/>of) - fruit in syrup MopoweHoe (ma-ro-zhi-ne-ya) - ice cream nnpowHoe (pi-roz/i-na-ye) - pastries TopT (tort) - cake uioKOJiafl (sha-ka-tof) - chocolate

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