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Varenyky with cherries
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Ukrainian borscht
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Grilled catfish
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Quark pancakes (syrnyky)
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Cottage cheese casserole with raisins
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Saramura is a traditional south-western Ukrainian dish, generally based on different kinds of fish and dried or smoked meat
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Law-salted cucumbers with garlic and dill
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Roasted baby potatoes
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Linyvi varenyky is a dish of Ukrainian cuisine made of fresh white cheese
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Kutia is a ceremonial sweet grain dish traditionally served by Eastern Orthodox Christians during Christmas
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Kompot is a non-alcoholic sweet drink made of fruits and/or berries, popular in Eastern European countries
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Kysil – viscous fruit drink, usually served as a dessert
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Kiflyky is a traditional Zakarpattia pastry with different fillings
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Bread kvass is a traditional Ukrainian drink
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Honey kvass is a traditional Ukrainain drink
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Kachana kasha. A gruel usually cooked in Poltava region during family holidays
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Kalatusha. A soup from Polissia region of Ukraine made of mushrooms and fish
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An appetizer made of bees
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Hombovtsi is a Ukrainian dessert common in the Carpathian region of Ukraine
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Halushky with meat and cherries
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