Surprisingly the only thing I won't eat in Russia - the popular dressed herring, which, in Russian, is provocatively named "herring under a fur coat".
Holodets (kholoudets) is my least favorite Ukrainian/Russian food. It's jellied meat and is often made with pigs feet which are boilded for many hours. It is a strong, rich flavor. It's prepared for New Year holidays along with Olivier Salad and Seledka pod Shuboi (s’eelyodka po’d hoo’boy)which means “Herring Under a Fur Coat”. Pass the vodka please.
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Lea's Cooking: Herring Under Fur Coat Salad "Селедка под шубой" http://leascooking.blogspot.com/2012/11/herring-under-fur-coat-salad.html#
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Shuba translates to“fur coat” in Russian, it is also the name of a Russian layered vegetable salad. Description from grabandgorecipes.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images