Cold frappuccino, mochi and craft sauces: Summer in the City fair - how it works

August 13
Economy and entrepreneurship

Summer in the City fair continues its operation in Moscow. Two venues have been opened in the center of Moscow - on Tverskaya Square and Revolutsii Square. The rest 16 are located in other districts of Moscow. Guests are welcomed here from Thursday to Sunday, subject to all safety measures: visitors and participants must wear masks and maintain a social distance.

At venues throughout the city, the cuisines of not only the Russian regions, but also of other countries including England, Belgium, Spain, Italy, Turkey and Japan are presented. Special emphasis is placed on the summer dessert -ice cream (more than 100 types), as well as jam and other delicacies.

So, on Tverskaya Square there is a restaurant that presents a Macedonian salad of seasonal root vegetables with dandelion buds, Moscow pies and borscht, Russian pancakes, cheese cakes made of melted cottage cheese with condensed milk, Valaam lake soup with mushrooms. Here, guests are also treated to Japanese mochi cake, the recipe of which is more than 500 years old. Fans of Italian cuisine can pay attention to the traditional ice cream of this country - gelato.

Among the novelties, which has not been seen before in Moscow, is dondurma ice cream. This ice cream is made according to traditional Turkish recipes. It differs from the usual airy and delicate ice cream. More dense, viscous and does not melt for a long time. This consistency is obtained by using flour from wild orchid tubers and mastic. This cold dessert is produced by a family of Moscow entrepreneurs, who sent cooks to study with experienced Turkish masters.

There is a restaurant on Revolutsii Square that will surprise visitors not only with dishes, but also with an original presentation.

Pasta is served here not in a plate, but in a head of parmesan cheese, and Spanish fried milk can be tasted on a stick. The producers have prepared amazing cold desserts for Muscovites and guests of the city: lactose-free based on rice and coconut milk, sorbets with spices without sugar, ice cream with the taste of Sicilian pistachios.

The assortment of jam is also impressive. For example, jams made of bacon, chili pepper, nutmeg, kiwi, pineapple and orange, blueberries with cornflower, apple with ginger and peanuts, carrot jam with calendula, jam made of crow with cherries, dogwood with almonds.

At the fair, you can also get acquainted with the products of manufacturers from the North Caucasus. The menu includes craft sauces without preservatives and thickeners: berry, fruit and tomato, as well as authentic jam with a low sugar content and a reduced cooking time. And you can also try melon with grilled bacon, grilled nectarine with caramel syrup and cinnamon, skewers of fruit and scallops.

In addition, there is an opportunity to refresh yourself with cool lemonades: cucumber with elderberry, aperol, cherry, watermelon-cucumber, a cocktail based on pears and basil, author's lemonades based on lemon and mint with honey. For coffee lovers, there is also a drink to their liking - frappuccino.

Addresses of Moscow’s Interregional Food Fairs


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