The arrival of Mr. Ovechkin, and a tentative mid-September gig with actress Milla Jovovich, marks the continuation of a series called “Who’s the host?” in which celebrities transform into ad-hoc chefs. The series originated at the original Mari Vanna kitchen in St. Petersburg.
Vodka is served in granyoniy stakan, a faceted Soviet-era glass that could be found in nearly every family kitchen during the Soviet Union.
The drinks also divert from Russian tradition. There are 12 types of infused vodkas, including beet, watermelon and tarragon with lemon. Fresh juices include a chalky potato drink that solidifies if it’s not consumed in several minutes, and a cabbage juice that tastes similar to a shot of wheatgrass.
Source: Cooking Is His Goal
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