What to cook on holiday? This question we regularly ask themselves and their loved ones. Birthdays of all family members, new year, the eighth of March – this is the minimum, which is usually celebrated in almost every home. And want that every time on the table were new, delicious and beautiful dishes that will amaze your guests.
Looking for new, not even tried recipes, exotic products, the purchase of which requires sometimes not small money, but in the end, the result may not be as impressive as we would like. So, how to prepare the table for the upcoming celebration, that would not sit on a diet the rest of the month until the next paycheck, and everything was just as you want?
The meals that you are going to cook on holiday, must not prepare you for the first time. No, no one’s doubting your cooking skills, and food, most likely, you will turn out great, but if you liked it the taste? After all, the composition typically includes a variety of spices. seasonings that can give a new, unusual flavour to the dish, and a new combination of familiar foods can have the same effect. Therefore, try you liked the recipe in advance, make sure that it is well suited for the festive table, and put it in his piggy Bank holiday dishes.
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All traditional sweets – simple home-made products, most often deep-fried.
Traditionally fun colorful Carnival that precedes Lent . and is celebrated all over the world, arranging fancy-dress balls, parades, masked, but easily recognizable characters, parades of decorated carts with amazing work the figures out of papier-mache, dancing with music till you drop.
End the Carnival with a Grand holiday Monday, this year on February 21, called marted ì grasso , and Wednesday begins lent.
It is believed that the origin of the word “Carnival” comes from medieval Latin ” carnem levare ” . (the”remove meat”). By the way, Russian Carnival was once called “the Shrovetide” because before Lent, meat was prohibited in both the Orthodox and the Catholics.
The carnival begins everywhere at different times, but most often it lasts 2 weeks before lent, and the origin of the holiday is rooted in the pagan past, when people wore masks to scare away evil spirits. With the advent of Christianity, this ritual has lost its magical component, and as a result turned into a national holiday. In the periods of the middle Ages and Renaissance carnival celebrations became member of the European courts and adopted a more refined form related to the theatre. music and balls.
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If you are adventurous, you have the desire to try new foods and dishes from them — suggest you go on a journey you will have a gastronomic calendar. In the world every day in a country hosts a variety of culinary festivals and holidays, and about the most interesting and important of them we will tell you a little bit.
Hardly anyone of us will refuse to participate in Tomato in Spain or Orange battle in Italy. With passion pocketables tomatoes or oranges, you are a year in advance will receive a charge of vivacity and energy. Let’s start our journey… Recommended in early February to make a trip to Japan. Here you will find a spectacular sight in bean-throwing Day. Very has a long history of this holiday: beans fends away. Since those early days, when the winter comes spring, it is customary to roast on the fire beans and then scatter them around the house. And to be next year happy and healthy, you need to eat exactly as many pieces as you years.
In Iceland in mid-February, a festival of Entertainment and Food. Many people know that the Icelandic cuisine is so diverse because of the harsh climate and scarce flora and fauna. But it is most famous for the fact that all the dishes of this cuisine are prepared only with organic products. Chefs of Iceland at the festival serves only locally sourced ingredients. And the guest chefs who until that time had never Continue reading