Christmas and New year are two of the most anticipated and favorite holiday of the year. Despite the fact that Christmas toreligion the feast, he is equally revered and celebrated, as believers, and those who themselves do not consider such.
For first this holiday is a symbol of faith. For others, Christmas is a break from routine and stay with family.
But for all people, regardless of their religion, Christmas is a favorite family holiday, which symbolizes warmth, light, new hope and optimism.
This holiday has long been customary to gather the whole family at the holiday table. There are many traditions associated with the celebration of Christmas.
And main from them — a generous, rich and delicious holiday table. It is desirable that the table was abundant with meals not only at Christmas but during the following week, then, beyond belief, the whole year the house will be full Cup, and in the family will be peace, love and prosperity. Continue reading
Tortillas with cheese in the yogurt in the pan
These cheese-kefir scones will delight the hostess, do not have a lot of time they’re moving at lightning speed, in a matter of minutes. If you are in the country, and bread was over, and while you are waiting for guests, and no store nearby doesn’t work, to cook these cakes. They help out in other situations that may be very different.
Pellet in Uzbek “from the tandoor”
In this recipe we will explain how to prepare chic tandoori Uzbek bread in the conventional oven is a very simple and accessible to all prescription. Today, different kinds of breads sold in stores, have become very popular – many of us often buy them for picnics, barbecue and more.
Uzbek bread “Non”
These cakes are the most sacred bread of the Uzbek people. Let’s prepare them at home with their own hands – it’s easy! Bread and other products baked in a tandoor – a special clay oven,have a special taste and aroma for which they are loved by many, including in our country. Continue reading
The world’s most expensive salad. called “Florette Sea&Earth “, can be enjoyed in the restaurant of the Oxford hotel “Le Manoir aux Quat Saisons”. The ingredients – 50 g of selected white Beluga caviar Almas, lobster, Cornish crab and lobster. The author serves Raymond Le Blanc added a still young paretsky salad with a bit of olive oil, grated truffles, red pepper, asparagus and potatoes, garnished all with gold foil. The cost per serving “Paretsky sea and land” – 635 pounds.
The world’s most expensive tea is called da Hong PAO, which translated means “Big red robe”. Get “Big red robe” from the sheet just six bushes growing near the monastery Tianxin. The age of these unique bushes – 350 years. Each year, collected no more than 500 grams of the legendary tea, the cost of the finished product reached .685 thousand dollars per kilogram. In 2005, 20 grams of tea (four tablespoons) at auction in Fujian sold for 208 million yuan (about 25 thousand dollars), and a week earlier the same amount – 24 thousand dollars. In 2006, the year the entire crop deposited in the China national tea Museum, a further collection was declared the moratorium. From now on tea da Hong PAO will not enjoy anybody. However, since the 80-ies of the last weimarische shrubs were propagated vegetatively. Get them tea is also called “Big red robe”, but experts believe that it does not go to any comparison with the present Dahunpao. Continue reading