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  • Its other hallmark is the gooey cheese, known as provel, which smothers the entire plate.

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  • You might also want to try St. Louis-style pizza, which has a super thin, crispy crust topped with provel cheese.

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  • STL-style is fine as a snack food alcohol helps, as long as you stay well away from that god-awful provel.

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  • Pic's Russian title could just as easily have been translated as "How I Spent the Summer," although the original Russian is intentionally grammatically incorrect (it should be "Kak ya provel eto leto") to mimic the poor grammar of a schoolboy.

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  • A different type of struggle to survive emerges in Russian director Alexei Popgrebsky's Kak ya provel etim letom (How I Ended This Summer) as two men attempt to carve out a relationship of trust on a deserted Russian Arctic island.

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  • Grigori Dobrygin, 24, and Sergei Puskepalis, 43, shared the Silver Bear for best actor for their roles as two men attempting to carve out a relationship of trust against the sweeping landscape of a deserted Arctic island, in Russian director Alexei Popgrebsky's Kak ya provel etim letom (How I Ended This Summer).

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  • And because provel is not readily available outside of the St. Louis area, Erwin chose to simulate it for the published recipe, using a combination of American and Monterey Jack cheeses flavored with liquid smoke.

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  • To make it at home, she says, combine iceberg, romaine, artichoke hearts, thin red onions and some provel, dress it in red wine vinaigrette and let it sit to wilt slightly.

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  • Russian director Alexei Popogrebsky's Kak ya provel etim letom (How I Ended This Summer) about deepening personal tensions between two men spending months in complete isolation on an Arctic research base.

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  • What's more warming than French onion soup except, well, molten provel cheese?

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  • A white processed cheese particularly popular in St. Louis, Missouri cuisine. It is a combination of cheddar, Swiss, and provolone cheeses.

    June 23, 2015