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Shown getting ready for the upcoming “Taste of Serbia” food festival are Very Rev. Stavrophor Stevan Rocknage, pastor of St. Sava’s, and church members. (Submitted photo)
St. Sava Serbian Orthodox Church will hold a food festival featuring a “small taste of Serbia” on Oct. 2 and 3, a spokeswoman said.
All foods will be available for takeout only both days from 3 to 7 p.m. Selections will be similar to those usually sold by St. Sava’s during McKeesport International Village.
Selections will include a lamb sandwich on a hard roll; sarma (Serbian-style stuffed cabbage); grah i kupas (traditional soup made of sauerkraut and red kidney beans); halushki (sauteed sliced cabbage and onions mixed with egg noodles); and Spanish rice (white rice slow simmered with tomatoes, onions, peppers and spices.
On Oct. 2, the church also will offer a 12-ounce hand-breaded fish sandwich. Other specials that day will include shrimp and french fries.
On Oct. 3, the church will offer a hot sausage sandwich with onions and green peppers in a tomato sauce.
Desserts will include apple strudel, palacinke (thin crepes filled with a mixture of cheeses and baked) and gibanica (cheese strudel with layers of filo dough and a mixture of cheeses), as well as frozen nut and apricot rolls.
Orders will be placed at the social hall and no phone orders will be accepted, the spokeswoman said. Social-distancing rules will be in place and no one will be admitted without a face mask, she said.
Originally published September 17, 2020.