As if you needed another reason to hate Russia. Bring on the sanctions!
Here's a daring report from inside the belly of the beast. Please forward it to your Russophobic congressman:
Politics have stretched into the kitchen at the Russian ministry of foreign affairs where a new dish has appeared on the canteen's menu: Chicken Crimea.
"In the Russian Foreign Ministry's canteen what is really a Chicken Kiev is called Chicken Crimea," New York Times reporter Ivan Nechepurenko noted on Twitter as he posted a photograph of the chicken cutlets and translated their new culinary name.
Is nothing sacred? Certainly not French fries.
In the Russian Foreign Ministry's canteen what is really a Chicken Kiev is called Chicken Crimea. pic.twitter.com/JUwr7166BR— Ivan Nechepurenko (@INechepurenko)February 15, 2017
Another Pulitzer for the New York Times.
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