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Maslenitsa in the Tyumen region
27.02.2020 16:00
Maslenitsa in the Tyumen region
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Almost a 100-kilogram dumpling will be cooked at the celebration of Maslenitsa in the Tyumen region.

      The Megapelmen gastronomic show will be held on February 29 at the celebration of Maslenitsa in the Yalutorovsky District of the Tyumen Region. Dumplings weighing more than 90 kg will be cooked in a giant boiler.

      These dumplings will be filled with several hundred small dumplings.

      In addition, the program of festivities includes contests, games, tasting of fish soup and pancakes.




Author: Anna Dorozhkina

Tags: Russian regions Russian festivals Russian cuisine Tyumen region  

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