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  1. Pashka is a fictional character from the 2011 film Dom - A Russian Family.
  2. Pashka is a fictional character from the 2008 film The New Year's Rate Plan.
  3. Pashka is a fictional character from the 2013 film Syberiada Polska.
  4. Pashka is a fictional character from the 2005 film The Rascal.

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Google previewEating for Diabetes (2005)

A Handbook and Cookbook-with 125 Delicious, Nutritious Recipes to Keep You Feeling Great and Your Blood Glucose in Check by Jane Frank

dried fruit pashka SERVES4 TIMETAKEN:15minutes,plusovernightdraining Pashka is a traditional Russian desserts ...

Google previewPassion of a Foodie - An International Kitchen Companion (2010)

by Heidemarie Vos

PARURES: French = See PARSLEY PASA DI CORINTO: Spanish = See CURRANTS PASHKA: Russian Cooking = Pashka means Easter. Easter to Orthodox Russians is a ...

Google previewFood, Feasts, and Faith: An Encyclopedia of Food Culture in World Religions [2 volumes] (2017)

by Paul Fieldhouse

Pashka is a Russian dessert made from soft farmer's cheese or cottage cheese pressed and molded into a truncated pyramid shape, symbolizing the church. It is decorated with sliced almonds or Russian pashka dessert made of soft cheese.

Google previewThe Oxford Encyclopedia of Food and Drink in America (2013)

by Andrew Smith

Russian pashka is a molded dessert—a pyramid of sweetened creamy cheese— served at Easter. Eastern European cheesecakes are made with cottage cheese or farmer cheese, and some are baked in yeast-dough crusts. America's favorite ...

Google previewThe Oxford Companion to American Food and Drink (2007)

by Andrew F. Smith

Russian pashka is a molded dessertia pyramid of sweetened creamy cheeseiserved at Easter. Eastern European cheesecakes are made with cottage cheese or farmer cheese, and some are baked in yeast-dough crusts. America's favorite ...

Google previewHistorical Dictionary of Mongolia (2017)

by Alan J. K. Sanders

Russian forenames have also been used by Mongolians: girls' names like Mariya , Nina, and Taanya; boys' names like Roman, Stepan, and Vladimir; familiar forms like Pashka, Sashka, and Yuura; mixed ones like Ivanjav; and even surnames ...

Google previewFirst Name Reverse Dictionary (1993)

Given Names Listed by Meaning, 2d ed. by Yvonne Navarro

Palasha, Pashka Pelageya (Russian) • girl from the sea Adrienne (Greek), Adria, Adriana, Adriane, Adrianna, Adrianne • girl of the sea, sea gull Larina (Latin), Lareena, Larena, Larianna, ...

Google previewMason's World Encyclopedia of Livestock Breeds and Breeding, 2 Volume Pack (2016)

by Valerie Porter, Lawrence Alderson, Stephen J.G. Hall, D. Phillip Sponenberg

Panagyurishte, Panagyurska see Sredna Gora Panama see Columbia Panjsher Gadik see Gadik Parai see Tirahi Parasi see Ak-Karaman Pardina see Ripollesa Parkanni see Lohi Parkhar see Hissar Parnassian see Greek Zackel Pashka, ...

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Nastya and Pashka

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Scrabble value of P3A1S1H4K5A1

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