Slavic soups: the battle of broths and borsch

Warm and hearty, or light and vibrant – soups are the very core of Russian culinary heart.

This is a voyage of beautiful Slavic soups. From the iconic ruby coloured borsch to exquisite summer sorrel soup and kindergarden favourite sweet milk bowls - we all grew up knowing that Pervoye, The First, is an essential part of any ‘proper’ Russian dinner.

Russian Revels are continuing a bake-off tradition we started back in March!

This time we'll have 10 to 20 bowls of different lovely soups to try, a spread of unique Eastern-European artisanal breads, pickles, special Russian Revels tea and home-made sweets.

Cost

£15.50

Time

13:00-16:00

House Rules

How to take part?

For those bringing their soup, participation is free (provided you bring along a friend who pays).

For those who’d rather relax and sample away, the ticket price includes all the tastings (generous bowls, 10 to 20 in total!), with amazing Russian and Lithuanian breads from Karaway bakery, lots of good quality Russian Revels tea and home-made sweet treats.

Kids go for free.

For more information visit the website Grubclub

Would you take part in the event? Share your opinion in the comment section below!

Cost

£15.50

Total Seats

30

House Rules

How to take part?

For those bringing their soup, participation is free (provided you bring along a friend who pays).

For those who’d rather relax and sample away, the ticket price includes all the tastings (generous bowls, 10 to 20 in total!), with amazing Russian and Lithuanian breads from Karaway bakery, lots of good quality Russian Revels tea and home-made sweet treats.

Kids go for free.

To contribute a soup, email mail@RussianRevels.co.uk with a description of your soup no later than 27 October.

Note that part of the event will be in Russian and English.

Please indicate if you will be bringing a child, and if so, their age

- See more at: http://grubclub.com/russian-revels-slavic-soups-the-battle-of-broths-and-borsch/601#sthash.XGOzq3Fd.dpuf

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