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48 Responses to “Contact Me”

  1. Sarah says:

    You have a lovely website!
    We’re currently living in Moscow. Looking for some fresh veg in the supermarket today, I bought some green radish (thinking they were turnips).
    Any ideas for a Soviet/Russian recipe for them? Many thanks, Sarah

  2. Plus says:

    Hello! This is going to sound quite odd, but is there any chance that I can have your username on Twitter, which is @Homika?
    Also, wonderful website! I’m hungry just thinking about it all!

    Thank you in advance! πŸ™‚

  3. Irina says:

    Hi Julia,

    Thank you so much for such a great website. You have made the recipes seem very easy, unlike learning from my mom or aunts/grandma (who don’t use recipes, just go from memory), so needless to say I have not been cooking Russian/Ukrainian foods, even though I have always really wanted to, but have been too overwhelmed. Thank you again, and I look forward to making a lot of your recipes! πŸ™‚

  4. Victoria says:

    For some reason I can not post from your website on to my Pinterest boards. It will not allow the link. Is there a problem with anyone else?

  5. Renata says:

    Loved your site, congrats!!

  6. Helen Mark says:


    I would like to place text link advertisement on your website’s home page side bar. How much do you charge for a text link for 3 months?

    Looking forward to hear from you.



  7. shah says:

    plz call me on this num 8099886140 for ur recipe

  8. shah says:

    i wanted to do this bissnice i need ur help

  9. shah says:

    if ur redy plz call me i am wating

  10. Evochka says:

    Privet Julia!

    I was wondering if you know anything about russian/soviet doughnuts. I tried them the other day in Yerevan and they were out of this world! I think they make them with yoghurt, or matsuni. I was told that they are oladiki, but they were more like doughnuts. Would greatly appreciate the recipe!

  11. Nauris says:

    Dear Julia,

    you’re doing great with your cooking blog. I really like the personal touch and, the “Chicken Cacciatore” recipe. It’s just amazing, thanks for that πŸ™‚ I’ve decided to offer a small help to you, for free of course. I’m working on new e-book. It’s all about making a great evening for β€œjust married” couples: great dinner, small surprises, creating the right atmosphere, etc. I’d like to help you to promote your amazing cooking skills on this e-book, if you agree to share and describe one of your recipes (step by step with pictures). Even more, it would be great to add some short story about you and your blog. You will be one of only 15 cooks on this book, and every person provides the e-book with one dinner recipe + personal information + link to the blog. Please inform me about your decision until Friday 26th. If you say β€œYesss”, I’ll send some small additional details πŸ™‚

    Feel free to contact me about any other questions.
    Kind regards,

    Nauris Svika
    Owner of the event management company in Latvia (EU) β€œB02” Ltd.

    • Hello Nauris,

      thank you for the kind words and the offer.

      It is very flattering, but I will have to decline it. Unfortunately I don’t have time to participate side projects at the moment, I can barely keep up with timely updates of this blog.

      Thank you again, and good luck with the e-book!


  12. Aly says:

    What happened to your site? Why does it looks different?

    I want to bake “Simple Cake with Sour Cream Frosting” for my son’s B-D and it’s really hard to read.

    Love your site,

  13. Carm says:

    Hi Julia,
    I’m publishing a cook book as a fund raising project for the Thyroid Head and Neck Cancer Foundation, (THANC.) I would like to devote a few pages consisting of of soft food choices for those caregivers to prepare for those afflicted with these diseases. Would it be possible to use some of your recipes and reference them to you in my book?
    Thank you. I would appreciate any suggestions or help you can give me.
    Carm Sagendorf

  14. Evelina says:

    Hi Julia,

    Love your recipes, so much so that I want to store them in my notebook. Any possibility of making your recipes print friendly? Currently, they are over 6 pages long. I love that layout online for wonderful visual directions, but I wouldn’t mind having succinct versions. Something like simplyrecipes dot com. Thanks again for the delicious food, I’m a big fan!

    • I will put it on my to-do list, it will take some time though. Thanks for your comment!

      • Actually, I think I found a nice plugin, now you should be able to see “print” button under the recipe title. Could you please try it out and let me know if it works the way you want it to? It currently adds photos to the printable version, but there is an easy way to turn them off too.

        • Evelina says:

          That’s great. The only glitch I found, is when I remove the images grey boxes are left behind stating the name of the recipe and the step number. Also, any possibility of selecting only the main image to be displayed? When I check off the box to remove images it removes everything, I like your initial photos to be together with the recipe. But for now it’s a great option! Thank you!

          • I think this plugin allows you to remove any element of the page by clicking on it, but that may take some time from you to do. I will try to research if I can adjust it to do it by default, but I am not sure if that is easily possible.

  15. Maria says:

    Dear Julia,

    I was wondering if I could borrow some of your recipes to add to our website – and images? In return I would link to your site.

    with kind regards,


  16. Gene says:

    Hi Julia,

    I found EYC while I was searching for a recipe for schav. Your recipe for sorrel soup looks very interesting. When I made it before, I used chicken stock and cream. Your recipe, with pork stock and parsnip and egg, sounds delicious. I’ll be trying it in a few days. I’m lucky – my neighbor grows sorrel in his garden here in San Francisco, so I can get enough sorrel to make soup!

    Thanks, and please say Hi to Stalone and Shiva.

    – Gene

    • You are pretty lucky have have such neighbor! I got my sorrel from Whole Foods other day, and I don’t want to talk about how much it cost me :((((

      Hi back from Stalone and Shiva πŸ™‚

  17. Sophie says:

    Love your recipes!!! Keep it up!!! ;)))

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  19. Misha Andriluka says:


    thank you very much for a great collection of recipes.

    The pictures showing each stage of cooking are amazingly helpful. This way I know I am on the right track while cooking πŸ™‚


  20. Lisa says:

    Hello Julia,

    I am a traveler and lover of everything different – history, culture and foods of course πŸ™‚ and that is
    why I started my blog about ethnic foods from around the world.

    I would love to have your Eastern European recipes featured at my blog, so please feel free to submit them at:

    See you there πŸ™‚




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