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Rich People's Borscht - Signe and Genna Grushovenko

Artist Contributor: Signe and Genna Grushovenko
Instagram @thegrushovenkos

What made a perfect quarantine recipe? In our opinion: Slow cooking (you’re home anyway, why not take advantage?). Soulful. Frugal. Nutritious. Traditional is a plus since we’re all craving connection.

So, we have the perfect one…borscht. In Ukraine, your borscht is like a fingerprint. Every household, and even each member of the household, has it’s unique variation. This recipe is an adaption of Genna’s beloved mother Elena’s version. We’re calling it ‘Rich People’s Borscht’ as the Ukranian versions usually eat more like a soup and our American version is so packed with goodies it eats more like a stew!