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Georgian Khachapuri is Best Rated on TasteAtlas’s top 100 List

The unique Georgian cheese-filled bread, khachapuri, is the best rated dish on the first global local food atlas, TasteAtlas, and is included among 100 best dishes in the world revealed by the food professionals Khachapuri This simple cheese bread known as khachapuri is the most famous dish in Georgia. The …

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Givi To Me: Small Khinkali Bar Opens in Ukraine

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Givi To Me is a new restaurant of Aleks Cooper, which combines Georgian traditional cuisine and contemporary Georgian atmosphere. Givi To Me is located in Ukrainian seaside city and is a fourth project of “Cooper People“. Marketer.ge writes in their article; “Small but proud Khinkali bar Givi To Me is created on behalf …

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The Best Georgian Food and Wine

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While this list isn’t exhaustive, below we have listed some of our favorite Georgian foods and wines. Soon we include other tasty Georgian dishes, as well as some of the best Georgian salads and cheeses. Until then, stay tuned and enjoy! Khachapuri It goes without saying that khachapuri is one …

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Khachapuri Index of ISET is Increased by 7% y-o-y

Khachapuri Index of ISET is Increased by 7% y-o-y

ISET published Khachapuri Index of May. In May 2016, the average cost of cooking one standard Imeretian khachapuri declined to 3.08 GEL, which is 2.7% lower month-on-month (that is compared to April 2016), but 7% higher year-on-year. According to ISET, the main khachapuri ingredient is Imeretian cheese, and, naturally, its price …

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Boston Globe: Khachapuri is Worthy of National Dish Status

Khachapuri is Worthy of National Dish Status

Whatever you can make with flour, water, eggs, and cheese the Georgians make. That includes many turnovers in different shapes, crepes, and a variety of flatbreads, something like pizza, called khachapuri. This national dish is so popular, that in some family restaurants, where three generations might be dining together, you …

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The Changing Face of the Georgian Supra

The Changing Face of the Georgian Supra

Nothing says more about the Georgian character than the long-standing tradition of the festive meal, or supra. The central aspect of the supra is a series of established toasts, which provide a platform for the toastmaster to deliver lyrical musings on topics of life, death and love. Supras are held …

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Khachapuri – Georgia’s Answer to Pizza

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Georgian specialty stands a good chance of becoming the Next Big Thing: the khachapuri.  Khachapuri is a cheese bread, the word coming from khacho (ხაჭო), for “cheese curd,” and puri(პური), for “bread.” Wherever you go in Georgia, you can be sure to eat it at least once a day, even …

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London Fair Showcases Traditional Georgian Food, Wine

Londoners interested in tasting food from foreign lands are invited to attend a special fair in central London this weekend. The Duke of York Square Saturday Market is hosting an event called Taste Georgia on Saturday, which will offer Georgian national wine, traditional meals such as ‘khinkali’, ‘khachapuri’ and bread …

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American Restaurant Sells 10,000 Khachapuris

Georgian cuisine has had a very successful year in the Western media, making tabloid stories in such publications as the Washington Post, New York Times and Huffington Post. This week a Washington D.C.-based restaurant boasts of hitting a milestone with selling 10,000 orders of Khachapuri, local restaurant cataloging website D.C. Eater …

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