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Food Friday: Muraturi

IMG_5349Murături* can be roughly translated as “pickled things!” Here we have harbuz marinat (pickled watermelon) cerii marinate (pickled cherry tomatoes) and roșii verzi murate (pickled green tomatoes).  Everything has been prepared with home-grown seasonings, including bay leaves, and in the case of the green tomatoes, garlic, dill, grape leaves and horseradish leaves.   The pickled watermelon in particular was a pleasant surprise. A nice blend of sweet and sour.  Some people eat the rind and all!

*Approximate pronunciations: Murături “moo-ruh-too-ree”;  Harbuz marinat “har-booz mah-ree-naht”; cerii marinate “chair-ee mah-ree-nah-tay”;  roșii verzi murate “row-shee-vairz moo-rah-tay”

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