Shared by a friend from Georgia - Make Your Own Supra (Georgian Feast) with our Step-by-Step Georgian Recipes

Shared by a friend from Georgia - Make Your Own Supra (Georgian Feast) with our Step-by-Step Georgian Recipes

Georgian Food | Georgia (Country) | საქართველო

Georgian Food | Georgia (Country) | საქართველო

Khachapuri (Georgian: ხაჭაპური), is a cheese bread that is justifiably considered to be one of Georgia’s national dishes. Different regions of Georgia have their own type of khachapuri. In this rec...

Khachapuri (Georgian: ხაჭაპური), is a cheese bread that is justifiably considered to be one of Georgia’s national dishes. Different regions of Georgia have their own type of khachapuri. In this rec...

tbilisi food | At the Bread House restaurant of Tbilisi, Georgia, travellers watch ...I ate delicious "Hatchapuri" here in 1990...an amazing culinary experience!!!

tbilisi food | At the Bread House restaurant of Tbilisi, Georgia, travellers watch ...I ate delicious "Hatchapuri" here in 1990...an amazing culinary experience!!!

© 2012 by Ministry of Culture and Monument protection of Georgia

© 2012 by Ministry of Culture and Monument protection of Georgia

People often ask us what Georgian cuisine is like. Well, it's so much it's own thing, we thought it's best for you to look at the recipes. We love Georgian food!

People often ask us what Georgian cuisine is like. Well, it's so much it's own thing, we thought it's best for you to look at the recipes. We love Georgian food!

Christmas lunch in traditional way, Vojvodina, Serbia

Christmas lunch in traditional way, Vojvodina, Serbia

Baked Mushrooms with Sulguni Cheese - baked in butter in traditional Georgian clay “ketsi” dishes (Georgian: კეცი) these mushrooms filled with melted Sulguni cheese are amazing! See our Georgia About blog for traditional Georgian recipes: http://georgiaabout.wordpress.com/2012/08/20/about-food-make-your-own-supra-georgian-feast-with-our-step-by-step-georgian-recipes/

Baked Mushrooms with Sulguni Cheese - baked in butter in traditional Georgian clay “ketsi” dishes (Georgian: კეცი) these mushrooms filled with melted Sulguni cheese are amazing! See our Georgia About blog for traditional Georgian recipes: http://georgiaabout.wordpress.com/2012/08/20/about-food-make-your-own-supra-georgian-feast-with-our-step-by-step-georgian-recipes/

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