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Visitors will be able to taste vinaigrette with dandelion buds, bacon jam, Japanese mochi cake, the recipe of which is more than 500 years old, and other unusual dishes.
In Moscow, the format of fair trade, so beloved by Muscovites, is expanding. Now in the capital, 125 sites have been identified for holding fairs. Soon, at 18 more sites, it will be possible not only to buy fresh farm products, but also to taste unusual dishes. The Summer in the City project will support Moscow restaurateurs. More than 50 trade and public catering enterprises will offer Muscovites unusual desserts prepared according to original and old recipes – more than 200 types of ice cream and jam, as well as a special restaurant menu.
Summer in the City is a real gastronomic journey around the world. At the fairs it will be possible to taste not only dishes from different regions of Russia, but also from other countries – England, Belgium, Spain, Italy, Turkey, Japan. This is an opportunity to plunge into their traditions, get to know the culture better and discover new unique and inimitable dishes.
One of the largest participants in the fair will be a restaurant holding, which has 13 projects in Moscow. The menu includes fresh and delicious seafood, grilled dishes, pastries and a variety of drinks.
The restaurant operating on Tverskaya Square will present a vinaigrette of seasonal root vegetables with dandelion buds, Moscow pies and borscht, Russian pancakes, cheesecakes made from melted cottage cheese with condensed milk, Valaam cabbage soup with mushrooms and much more. There you should definitely try the Japanese mochi cake, the recipe of which is more than 500 years old. Lovers of Italian cuisine can pay attention to the traditional ice cream of this country – gelato. It is prepared in small portions from milk, cream and sugar with the addition of fresh fruits, berries, nuts and real chocolate.
A delicacy prepared according to traditional Turkish recipes – dondurma – until recently could not be found in the capital. It differs from the airy and gentle ice cream we are used to. More dense, viscous, viscous and does not melt for a long time. This consistency is obtained through the use of flour from wild orchid tubers and mastic. In Moscow, only a few knew the technology of its production. This gastronomic gap was decided to be filled by a family of capital entrepreneurs, who sent cooks to study with experienced Turkish masters. Now real dondurma can be tasted at the Summer in the City fair.
The restaurant, located on Revolution Square, will delight visitors not only with dishes, but also with original presentation. For example, the pasta will not be served on a plate, but on the head of Parmesan cheese. You can also try Spanish fried milk on a stick. Producers have prepared amazing cold desserts for Muscovites and guests of the city: lactose-free based on rice and coconut milk, sorbets with sugar-free spices, ice cream with the taste of Sicilian pistachio, which is called green gold, with gorgonzola – Italian delicate cheese with mold, salted caramel, and much more. …
An equally amazing assortment of jams. For example, jams made from bacon, chili, nutmeg, kiwi, pineapple and orange, blueberry with cornflower, apple with ginger and peanuts, carrot jam with calendula, crowberry jam with cherry, dogwood with almonds.
Manufacturers from the North Caucasus will present their products. It is there, in an ecologically clean area, that the most delicious berries are grown, from which original desserts are made. The crop is harvested twice a year, only spring water is used for harvesting. Guests can enjoy craft sauces without preservatives and thickeners: berry, fruit and tomato sauces, as well as authentic jams with a low sugar content and reduced cooking time. In addition, at the fairgrounds you can taste grilled melon with bacon, grilled nectarine with caramel syrup and cinnamon, fruit and scallop kebabs.
In the hottest weather, visitors can refresh themselves with cool lemonades: cucumber with elderberry, aperol, cherry, watermelon-cucumber, cocktail based on pear and basil, author’s lemonade based on lemon, mint with the addition of honey. For coffee lovers, there is also a drink to their liking – cold frappuccino.
Two sites will operate in the center of Moscow – on Tverskaya Square and Revolution Square. The remaining 16 are located in the districts of the capital. You can visit them from Thursday to Sunday, while observing safety measures: wear masks and keep social distance.
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