Cuisine

Koryak-style Apana soup

When travelling around the exotic and appealing lands of Kamchatka, visitors should make a point of meeting the peninsula’s largest group of indigenous people, the Koryaks. The name «Koryak» first appeared in the 18th century and originated from the word “khora,” which means deer. The first Russian settlers to the area often heard this word spoken by the natives, prompting them to call them Koryaks, or “reindeer herders.” In this aboriginal community the «Children of the North» told one Russian Travel Guide presenter about native traditions and customs in the area as well as taught them how to prepare a native Koryak dish — apana soup.

Yöneten Igor' Sokolov

Önemli Igor' Maksimenko

Yıl 2013

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Yöneten Igor' Sokolov

Önemli Igor' Maksimenko

When travelling around the exotic and appealing lands of Kamchatka, visitors should make a point of meeting the peninsula’s largest group of indigenous people, the Koryaks. The name «Koryak» first appeared in the 18th century and originated from the word “khora,” which means deer. The first Russian settlers to the area often heard this word spoken by the natives, prompting them to call them Koryaks, or “reindeer herders.” In this aboriginal community the «Children of the North» told one Russian Travel Guide presenter about native traditions and customs in the area as well as taught them how to prepare a native Koryak dish — apana soup.

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