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Browse my Food Hall

Whether you are buying to collect at one of my Events or wanting it delivered to your home or office, check out what I can make for you.
Browse the individual items to learn more.

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Triple Cheese Piroshki

Another award winner - packed a mix of feta, mozzarella and strong cheddar. The cheese is both on the inside and the outside.

I won Silver at The British Pie Awards for this pie.

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Moroccan Veggie Piroshki

With butternut squash, sweet potato, yoghurt, onion, lightly seasoned with Moroccan spices.

My 1st Gold winner at the British Pie Award winners.

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Roasted Veggie Piroshki

Roasted veggies - sweet peppers, leek, aubergine and kale in zabaglione sauce.

Another of my British Pie Award winners - this time - Bronze.

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Creamy Mushroom Piroshki

Mushrooms and Marscapone Cheese.

Yet to enter the British Pie Awards ;-)

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Chicken & Chorizo Piroshki

This traditional hand-crafted Russian Piroshki is a lightly sweet soft buttery yeast dough - wrapped around a seasoned filling of baked chicken thigh morsels and two types of chorizo - one mild, the other stronger. My 1st British Pie Award winner - this time - Bronze.

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Beef & Onion Piroshki

Another based on my150 year old family recipe. This Piroshki is deeply filled with seasoned ground best beef morsels, sweetheart cabbage & finely chopped British white onion.

Another of my British Pie Award winners - this time - Bronze.

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Salmon & Cream Cheese Piroshki

Based on our 150 year old family recipe. I wrap a lightly sweet, soft buttery, yeast dough around a seasoned filling of baked salmon fillet, smoked salmon and Philadelphia Cream Cheese.

This was once my highest accolade at the British Pie Awards - Runners-up to Fish Pie of the Year. I have won Class Champion twice in subsequent  years.

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Sea Bass & Cod Piroshki

This traditional hand-crafted, baked Russian Piroshki wraps a lightly sweet, soft buttery, yeast dough around a seasoned filling of baked Cod and Sea Bass fillets, lightly mingled within a fresh cream leek sauce.

Another of my British Pie Award winners - this time - Silver.

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Goats Cheese Piroshki

A very popular choice - Goats Cheese with roasted baby tomatoes, sun-dried tomatoes, red onion, kale and parsley.

Entered this filling as a closed pie so it lost a lot of visual impact but still won a Bronze - at British Pie Awards.

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Smoked Ham Sausage Piroshki

Enjoyed particularly by kids but good for adults too ! A popular Russian savoury, enjoyed much as a sausage roll is. Can also be served as starter. Made with a premium smoked ham sausage (90% meat content) and our award-winning brioche-like Russian pie dough.

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Mushroom Potato Piroshki

Popular for breakfasts and a light snack - or as a starter to your main course.  A Russian savoury, much like a potato cake but with a filling. This one has just mushroom, lightly seasoned with salt and pepper - also gluten-free.

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Beef Potato Piroshki

Popular for breakfasts and a light snack - or as a starter to your main course.  A Russian savoury, much like a potato cake but with a filling. This one has ground steak, lightly seasoned with salt and pepper - also gluten-free.

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Russian Winter Salad

Probably the most popular prepared salad in Russia. We make it ourselves including our own vinaigrette recipe. We use beetroot, white cabbage, carrot and onion - and garlic. 
It has a shelf life of around ten days but generally doesn't remain uneaten for that long in anyone's fridge !

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Spicy Carrot Salad

A popular Russian salad based on the Thai salad of Kimchi. Our main ingredients are carrot, sesame seeds and a little fresh chilli.

It too has a shelf life of around ten days but tends to get fully eaten before that time is up !

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Russian Sauerkraut

Traditional Russian raw fermented sauerkraut. Made with cabbage, carrot, caraway seeds.  Locally known as ‘kvashenaya kapusta’, the ingredients are fermented in naturally occurring lactobacillus, the same bacteria found in yogurt and other cultured products. 
Very good for your gut. 

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Russian Honey Cake ('Medovic')

The most popular dessert in Russia. Known locally as 'Medovic', Russian Honey Cake is made of 5 layers of steamed Honey sponge between which is a smooth rich filling of Madagascar Vanilla and butter cream.

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Cinnamon Bunza

The Russian version is filled with an 'excessive' ;-) amount of the healthy spice, cinnamon. Absolutely delicious as it is - even nicer warmed up in your oven.
Best enjoyed with a hot drink of coffee or tea.

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Fruit & Nut Tart ('Babooshka')

A Russian favourite with lingonberries, fresh raspberries & raspberry jam, chopped walnuts between 2 layers of sweet crisp shortcrust pastry. Nicknamed 'Babooshka' after my grandmother who passed on this recipe to me.

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Coming later to my Food Hall

Two Class Champion pies - the Lamb and Lingonberry and the Russian Christmas pie loaded with chicken, cranberries and walnuts. Also future additions will include Spring Onion and Egg.

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More Russian Pies under development

To follow

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More Russian Pies under development

To follow