Suitcases contain many things: clothes, photographs, and housewares. Pieces of ourselves that we drag across borders, reminders of where we come from, or equipment for who we want to be. But our family’s kitchen table can’t be transported, no matter how big the suitcase is. There is no container large enough in the world to hold the smells, sights, flavours and textures of our homes.
This blog is my attempt at recreating that kitchen table. My name is Ksenia Prints, and my journey has taken me from the former USSR, to Israel, and now all the way to Canada. Through food, I reconnect with my family’s migrant history, adapting it to common dietary restrictions. Whether you’re lactose-free, gluten-free, candida-friendly, vegetarian, vegan, or just a picky eater, chances are you’ll find something among these pages.
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