Noun(1) a Russian or Polish soup usually containing beet juice as a foundation
(1) Jack laughed at that, shook his head, and began serving supper - a bowl of borscht with sour cream and rye bread, perogies and cabbage-rolls and good kolbassa sausage.(2) The young tender leaves have a fresh, palate cleansing taste and make a delicious addition to a salad; mature leaves can be pureed to make green sauce for fish, French Cream of Sorrel soup, or a variety of Russian borscht .(3) Guests were invited to drink shots of vodka and eat cold borscht soup from tin bowls, while loud speakers blared old communist hymns.(4) The French have already been dealt with and I can now tell you Russian borscht will never again be soup-of-the-day.(5) The selection features borscht , perogies, cabbage rolls, kolbassa and a daily special for each day of the week (including roast pork on Mondays and turkey with dressing on Fridays).(6) From Russian borscht (a beetroot soup) to banana samal (a Southern Indian dish), he hoped to give the children the opportunity of trying something new and healthy.(7) Other things to start with include five different kinds of soup, from borscht to solana.(8) The other hearty soups include a meaty goulash, sauerkraut or an excellent beet borscht , which is both strong and round on the tongue.(9) Beet soup with duck is a hearty take on borscht , and while a brilliantly vermilion gazpacho could have been our favorite soup, it was, uncharacteristically, too salty.(10) If the Russians win one game, I will eat this column shredded at high noon in a bowl of borscht on the front steps of the Russian Embassy.(11) Claim that borscht is the ultimate way to eat beetroot and you will hear no arguments.(12) The borscht is gorgeous, swimming with dill and sour cream.(13) I think that night of borscht and vodka and all sorts of other Russian traditions made us champions.(14) Make cold borscht by grating roasted beets and adding chicken broth and sherry vinegar; top with plain yogurt and a pinch of caraway seeds.(15) Excellent borscht is $1.50; seven oversize, overstuffed pierogi made from scratch are $3.80.(16) We look to the Russians for that blood-coloured soup, borscht ; we eat them cold with pasty, yellow mustard or horseradish sauce and the recent trend of pasta dyed with beetroot juice makes for nothing more than creative viewing.
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