Mary Gay adds the dill as a finishing touch to a massive pot of borscht at Kate’s Kitchen in the Salvation Army building on Rossland Avenue. She had been at the process of making borscht—which she does once per month—for three hours in a true Russian doukhobor style

Mary Gay adds the dill as a finishing touch to a massive pot of borscht at Kate’s Kitchen in the Salvation Army building on Rossland Avenue. She had been at the process of making borscht—which she does once per month—for three hours in a true Russian doukhobor style

Brewing up Borscht

Mary Gay of Kate’s Kitchen makes borscht in a true Russian doukhobor style, with her husband, Butch, and Maureen Brown.