11th Annual Russian Food Festival 

Friday-Saturday, May 13-14

Eat, drink and be Russki.

Yakov Filimonov

Eat, drink and be Russki.

Whether you spell it "piroshki," "pirozhki," "pyrizhky" or "perieschkje," you may be mispronouncing the name of these stuffing-stuffed, fried Russian buns correctly. That's fine because unlike the Russian language, Russian food is for everyone—from kebabs and stuffed peppers to borscht and chebureki.

It's all delicious, and all to be had at the 11th annual Russian Food Festival on Friday and Saturday, May 13-14 at St. Seraphim of Sarov Orthodox Church in West Boise.

Swing by for one of Boise's most eagerly anticipated food events and enjoy icon painting, guided tours of the church and, of course, great food. Spasibo!

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