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Kamchatka "Birdie" forced the head of the Ministry of Eastern Development at the Far Eastern Fair to stop
The work for the Far Eastern Fair on Tverskaya Square was given by the Minister for the Development of the Far East Alexander Kozlov and the Deputy Plenipotentiary of the President in the Far East Federal District Oleg Skufinsky. Officials inspected all the pavilions, and one lingered the longest.
“Emotions are positive, because we have always historically tried to bring the best to the capital. The fact that today people from the regions represent - culture, architecture, products, food - says that we have something to show, ”said Alexander Kozlov.Part of the fair, which takes place in the framework of the Days of the Far East in Mokwa - "Fisherman's Village". These are commercial chalets, set around a central fountain. There, guests of the fair can taste and buy seafood, white and red fish, caviar, canned food.
In the restaurant area guests of the fair will be introduced to traditional dishes of the Far Eastern regions. Famous DFO chefs will take part in the preparation of the menu. There you can also take master classes in cooking and salting fish, seafood, as well as modeling buuzov and sorcerers. For the second year in a row a book pavilion was presented at the fair. They sell guides, photo albums, reference and art publications about the Far East.
In the malls sell souvenirs, gift products, as well as honey, tea and wild plants. Bypassing the pavilions, the head of the Ministry of Eastern Development lingered at the tea yard, where he appreciated Kamchatka tea and sweets.
“Today, products made in the Far East are everywhere popular. I stopped in the tea yard because I saw "Bird's milk" produced in Kamchatka. All my life the competition was between the seaside "bird" and Amur, where it first appeared. And these guys from Kamchatka brought tea, which is produced in the “Far Eastern hectare,” and everything works out for them, ”said Alexander Kozlov.
In the “Living Room” master classes are held on carving of bone from mutton and deer horns, walrus and mammoth tusks, painting of wooden utensils, horsehair weaving, making fish skin magnets. There is also a photo zone with decorative dogs for dog sledding.