My newest cookbook will feature 75 all-new recipes from the Ukrainian and Eastern European cuisine! Recipes will include appetizers, salads, soups, side dishes, main entrees and of course, desserts! Cookbook is hitting stores everywhere March 31st! Be the first one to get it by pre-ordering and it helps my book rating even before it comes out! You can also pre-order my cookbook online on Barnes&Noble!
Come say hi and get your cookbook signed at one of these book events!
- SACRAMENTO – April 16th 6PM
Book release party, signing and author interview at Scavolini Store in Roseville, CA 1470 Eureka Rd suite 120, Roseville, CA 95661
Event will have giveaways, food and drinks! I would love to see you there!
- SEATTLE – April 21st
Book signing and author interview at The Book Larder 4252 Fremont Ave N, Seattle, WA 98103
- SPOKANE – June 24th
Book signing and author interview at Aunties Bookstore 402 W Main Ave, Spokane, WA 99201
More details and events coming soon!
With 420k YouTube subscribers and 280k Facebook fans, Tatyana Nesteruk is one of the most popular food bloggers from Eastern Europe. In this cookbook that her devoted readers have been begging for, she shares the food from her native Ukraine, which includes dishes from Russia and other Eastern European countries. This is the food she loves to cook at home―delicious, hearty and comforting meals like Beef Borscht, Chicken Kiev, Pelmeni (Dumplings) with Creamy Dill Sauce, Chicken Shashliki (Kabobs), Savory Blini (Crepes) with Chicken and Mushrooms, and so much more. And of course she’s including her favorite Ukrainian desserts, including Napoleon Torte, Cherry Vareniki (Dumplings), Apple Piroshki (Fried Pastries) and Waffle Rolls with Caramel Filling.
This cookbook will quickly become a beloved treasure for anyone who has ever lived in or visited Ukraine, Russia, Poland, Hungary and the other countries that make up Eastern Europe. Balancing nostalgic taste with the ingredients available in her California kitchen, Tatyana improves traditional dishes by brightening the flavors, streamlining the methods and curating the recipes to be appealing for today’s busy cook with a sophisticated palate. For those from Eastern Europe, adventurous foodies curious about this part of the world and anyone who loves comfort food, you won’t want to pass this one by.
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