During the whole summer Oblomov’s brand-chief Jury Bashmakov pleased the guests with food prepared in a real Russian stove using birchen firewood. But the most delicious course has been left for September, and this is famous Kasha a-la Guryev. It is cooked following the secret and rare recipe created by Elena Moloknovets.
Many people think (and for reason) that the Kasha a-la Guryev is some kind of dessert as it includes cream of wheat, nuts and fruits. But it is more like one of traditional recipes which was invented in XIX century by Zakary Kuzmin – the serf-cook of Dmitry Guryev, the Russian count.
Russians say: “You can ruin kasha with some butter”, and Jury Bashmakov insists that meat is also not a bad idea. This is how Kasha a-la Guryev can become an independent and very substantial main-course – when it consists of buckwheat, white mushrooms and lamb brains.
The Bashmakov’s new vision of a classic dish turned to be so unusual that a TV-channel even filmed a special program dedicated to it. Don’t miss a chance to try!