In Ukraine, recipes of long ago have been preserved for centuries and are regularly cooked to this day. Raised both Polish and Ukrainian, Chef Mari has tried every dish at least once and guarantees you will not be able to forget their taste.
Makes up to 40 triangular pieces.
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Non-Alcoholic Option Available.
Beer replaced with cordial.
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