A Russian Dressing recipe…

A Russian Dressing

Just make your own and light up your mouth…

You will find that while Russians are not big spicy eaters. They seem to have an affection for horseradish in sauces. Thirteen years ago I tried a Russian mustard and just about fried my mouth. It was pure horseradish, but I have grown use to it now. It can be found very thick and very spicy in Russia. Some of the most volatile comes in metal squeeze tubes. Just like an old toothpaste tube…

1/2 cup plain yogurt
1 cup real mayonnaise
1/2 cup smashed and crushed tomatoes, drain liquid produced…
2 tsp well drained horseradish from a jar and or crush and smash fresh horseradish until a paste…

In a small bowl combine/mix and or whip it very good the yogurt, real mayonnaise, real tomatoes and horseradish…
Put in fridge all night…
Put on chicken, pork, beef and whatever you cook as a sauce at the dinner table…

It is hot and if you want it hotter add more horseradish and or less for the weaker in tastes. If you want it runnier keep the tomato juice produced into the finished product. If you really want it hot keep the juice from the jarred horseradish and mix it in also…

I love it with jalapenos ground up in it…

WtR

Taco Tico in Kentucky, USA and in Moscow, Russia it is Tico Taco…

I stopped and scratched my head when I saw the sign…

I took a picture and then came home to see if my brain had messed up the name of the Taco place?

No, I was right, it is called Taco Tico in America and was born in Kentucky during the 70’s….I have eaten several times at a Taco Tico. Better than Taco Bell in my opinion…

But now I have to hunt down this place in our town here in Russia. I will take Sveta with me, for the sign says under the Tico Taco words, that it is Mexican food…

My my how things change as time goes by…

77 rubles for a burger! ($1.18 as of this second.) I never saw Taco Tico serve burgers? But then again this is Tico Taco…

Oh My!

WtR