It’s beginning to look a lot like Ukrainian Christmas

Came home to find these gems for tomorrow’s Christmas feast. Baba and her long days of making the entire dinner from scratch have unfortunately passed on in these modern times, but while all members of the family are busy with school and work at least in Toronto there exists Future Bakery and Natalie’s Kitchen (see them featured on local TV) to keep the tradition going strong.

It's beginning to look a lot like Ukrainian Christmas

Kalach (braided loaves of bread)

It's beginning to look a lot like Ukrainian Christmas

‘Mak’ or poppy seed bread

It's beginning to look a lot like Ukrainian Christmas

A fridge full of varenyky (perogies), borsch and kutya (buckwheat)

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4 thoughts on “It’s beginning to look a lot like Ukrainian Christmas

  1. Sure wish my fridge and freezer were as tidy and organized! :-)

    I hope those “Don't eat” signs will come off soon so you can enjoy your Ukie Christmas feast!

    Veselykh sviat!

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