Annals of Russian . . . umm . . . cuisine

It’s time to play “Identify that Really Weird Thing in the Photograph”!

Is it:

(a) The Kremlin’s birthday gift to Boris Berezovsky

(b) A recovery from the tomb of Cheops

(c) A radioactive isotope

(d) A “pashka” (Russian Easter “treat”)

Seriously, are there any circumstances under which you would
consider consuming this object internally?

4 responses to “Annals of Russian . . . umm . . . cuisine

  1. Snake Oil Baron

    I might have until I read that it was made of high fat cheese curd and fruit.

    I might still try it if a hospital were nearby

  2. Well, it is actually not bad… kind of like a cheesecake.

    And it is not pashka, of course, but paskha (literally, “Easter”). The idea is to get something sweet and heavy after the Easter fast.

  3. Well, it is actually not bad… kind of like a cheesecake.

    And it is not pashka, of course, but paskha (literally, “Easter”). The idea is to get something sweet and heavy after the Easter fast.

  4. Snake Oil Baron

    I might have until I read that it was made of high fat cheese curd and fruit.

    I might still try it if a hospital were nearby

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