Tt post july 27, 2016

Excerpts from an October 2012 post by the Toledo City Paper about the Russian grocery store Matryoshka that Danneskjold mentioned above.

Caviar for breakfast?

“That’s the Russian treat we grew up with,” says Victoria Kamenny, owner of the new Russian grocery store Matryoshka.

Kamenny and her business partner Irina Voroybyeva conceived Matryoshka as a place for the local community to have access to the cuisine and ingredients of their native country -- Russian-style salads, cabbage rolls and pastries are sold, along with “a lot of caviar.”

“The closest (Russian) store was in the Detroit area. If you wanted your favorite kielbasa or cheese it was too long of a drive,” Kamenny, says.


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