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  • #414324
    vestanpance
    vestanpance
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    alexs wrote >>
    Slightly off-topic, but if you’re shopping for Eastern European ingredients and products, consider the little Russian store in Linworth.

    why do I not know of this place?

    #414325

    Alex Silbajoris
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    It’s the little (LITTLE) yellow house on the same side of 161 & the tracks as the bookstore in the old church. The sign says Russian Club but the grocery door faces the alley on the east side.

    #414326

    deraj1013
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    Even though I’m a vegetarian, as a good Polish boy I want to see czarnina and kiszka on the menu.

    #414327

    Alex Silbajoris
    Participant

    My family is Lithuanian, from farther north, and the cuisine is more plain. Some of this Polish cuisine resembles those of Ukraine, Belarus, the Czech Republic, etc., we didn’t have tomato and eggplant. We didn’t have pierogis but we have kuldunai which are basically the same thing but smaller. Ours are filled with ground beef, with marjoram.

    #414328
    vestanpance
    vestanpance
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    alexs wrote >>
    It’s the little (LITTLE) yellow house on the same side of 161 & the tracks as the bookstore in the old church. The sign says Russian Club but the grocery door faces the alley on the east side.

    thanks! I’m going to check this out.

    #414329

    columbusfoodie
    Participant

    vestanpance wrote >>

    alexs wrote >>
    It’s the little (LITTLE) yellow house on the same side of 161 & the tracks as the bookstore in the old church. The sign says Russian Club but the grocery door faces the alley on the east side.

    thanks! I’m going to check this out.

    Yup, the Deli is run by the same couple that ran Hawa Russia – you’ll find a lot of the same stuff they offered in the restaurant. We special order piroshki from them from time to time.

    #414330

    Alex Silbajoris
    Participant

    Check out the various jars of roasted pepper and/or eggplant, and some of the pepper sauces like lecho or adjvar. I think they get their bread on Thursdays.

    Don’t skip the little freezer … dumplings and cheese blinitzes …

    #414331

    CMH Gourmand
    Participant

    Back to Babushka’s Kitchen news.

    Their sign is up in front of the location as of Friday.

    A peek in the window shows a lot of progress.

    “Dear Santa,
    Please bring me pierogi’s.
    CMH Gourmand”

    #414332

    phaedrus
    Participant

    As of last night the sign out front now reads that they are hiring for 10-4 shifts.

    #414333

    bob.os
    Participant

    Sounds like a great addition to Beechwold. Here’s hoping they maintain a much better relationship with the neighbors than Scotties did.

    #414334

    Babushka
    Member

    Babushka’s Kitchen, Clintonville, is hiring for all positions and times. The hours will be:
    Tuesday-Thursday 11am-9pm
    Friday-Saturday 11am-10pm
    Sunday 11am-4pm

    Management is accepting applications between 10am-4pm Monday-Friday. We are expecting a late January open.

    Stay informed by checking out our facebook page, http://www.facebook.com/pages/Babushkas-Kitchen-Clintonville/114575385280300, or by signing up for our news letter at http://www.babushkafoods.com.

    #414335

    Lakee911
    Participant

    Phat, yo!

    What’s the addy? I actually don’t know where Scottie McBean used to be … *shame*

    #414336

    Twixlen
    Participant

    I love restaurants that have websites – but I’ll never understand why they expend so much effort into putting a personal story on the front page of the website. Sure, it’s nice for it to be there, somewhere behind a secondary link – but that story doesn’t help people find your place of business. Hours, address & menu should be the prominent features.

    #414337

    Cookie
    Member

    Never said about restaurant websites.[/url]

    #414338

    DavidF
    Participant

    Checked out the menu online. I want, nay, I need to have these dishes.

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