For the eighth year on the second weekend in August, Maagõkõnõ will be offering fine fare to tempt the palate.
Familiar to some, surprising to others, but certainly delightful for palate and mind. The flavours come from here – field and forest, the neighbour woman’s yellow chicken eggs, and fish from Lake Pskov. The mistress of the farm adds a little fresh herbs, warmth from her hands and heart, lets her eyes give the dishes a loving once-over – and it’s done.
Besides food, every Pop-up Café Day means music and dancing. The bolder visitors can sing along to Seto songs and dance the dances.While the moms and dads are enjoying the flavours at Maagõkõsõ, children can frolic; swing or even recline and enjoy homemade strawberry ice cream.
We look forward to taking you on our culinary journey!