Moldovan cuisine is a style of cooking related to the people of Moldova. It consists mainly of ingredients such as various meats, potatoes, cabbage, and a variety of cereal grains. The local cuisine is very similar to Romanian, and also draws inspiration and elements from other cuisines in the region, including Greek, Polish, Ukrainian, and Russian, with a great influence left by the Ottoman cuisine.
On September 14, 2020, the Post of Moldova put into circulation a nice series (2 stamps) devoted to traditional cuisine ("bucătăria tradițională") and in particular to 2 desserts ("deserturi"), very famous across the country called "Cușma lui Guguță "and" Baba neagră ".. Read more..
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