- (noun) Plural form of zakuska.
"Over at NPR, I have a guided tour of Russian hors d’oeuvres, called zakuski, each as unsubtle, garlicky and brined as you should expect from my husband’s pickled-crazed people."
"The restaurant has also a "rumochnaya" (standing-room-only cafe) decorated in the 20th century style where you can sample a variety of vodkas with traditional Russian 'zakuski' snacks."
"I do, however, take a leaf out of Georgian housewives' books and look to zakuski for inspiration when creating a cocktail-hour menu."
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