By submitted report
The Metro City Almanac
17th September 2020
Posted in: Announcements
Very Rev. Stavrophor Stevan Rocknage, pastor of St. Sava’s, and members of the Church are preparing for the upcoming food festival “Taste of Serbia”. (Photo submitted)
The Serbian Orthodox Church of St. Sava will host a food festival on October 2nd and 3rd with a “little taste of Serbia”, said a spokeswoman.
All groceries can only be offered to take away on both days from 3 p.m. to 7 p.m. The choices are similar to those at St. Sava’s during McKeesport International Village.
Choices include a lamb sandwich on a hard roll; Sarma (Serbian-style stuffed cabbage); grah i kupas (traditional soup made from sauerkraut and red kidney beans); Halushki (sauteed sliced cabbage and onions mixed with egg noodles); and Spanish rice (white rice, slowly cooked with tomatoes, onions, peppers and spices.
The church also offers a 12-ounce hand-breaded fish sandwich on October 2. Other specialties on this day are prawns and French fries.
On October 3rd, the church offers a hot sausage sandwich with onions and green peppers in a tomato sauce.
Desserts include apple strudel, palacinke (thin crepes filled with a mixture of cheese and baked), and libanica (cheese strudel with layers of filo pastry and a mixture of cheese), and frozen nut and apricot rolls.
Orders are placed in the social hall and no phone orders are accepted, the spokeswoman said. Social distancing rules will apply and no one will be allowed in without a face mask, she said.
The church is located at 901 Hartman Street. For more information, please visit the Church’s website at www.stsavapa.org or Facebook.
Originally published September 17, 2020.
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