The first time I tried this dish in the late 90’s (There were such stalls selling Chinese food. Why disappeared – don’t know. There was an interesting and varied menu. Quick and tasty. Like in American movies. Food in boxes, chopsticks were given separately. You go home – bought on the road and the evening is free. Better Shawarma anyway. That’s the name I remember. It turns out to be a real and very famous recipe, canonized in China.
Easter tables are served generously and with great love, for dear guests, on a Bright occasion. Bake meat, poultry or fry kebabs – holiday, spring… Christ Is Risen!!! And I offer to bake cakes, fragrant – fragrant : coriander and fennel, cumin and anise, garlic and green onions. Treat. P.S.: In prescription there is explanations why is used together soda and baking powder.
I think – this bread You did not bake. Beautiful and festive. Try to cook.
Fragrant, soft and very, very tasty gingerbread.
This beautiful, amazingly delicious dessert should be prepared for special occasions or special guests. The combination of pear and white chocolate is amazing and harmonious. Sweet sauce accentuates the crunchy texture of nuts and fine chocolate.
Non-alcoholic grog can be enjoyed by both children and adults who do not drink alcoholic beverages. Black tea will give a rich color and the drink turns tart, with woody notes.
This is a favorite drink of the whole family. When brewing-the aroma is stunning for the whole house. Very nice to drink it on Christmas night. And I recommend you to try it – you’ll like it.
I do not drink traditional teas, neither green nor black. And in winter you want to treat yourself to something hot. Recently, in one of the restaurants “discovered” fruit tea, very simple and delicious. Peeped share the recipe)).
I have been preparing this tea for several years. It tastes amazing. Guests love this tea and are always asked to prepare it in advance. I hope that you will also enjoy this delicious and healthy drink!
Hot spicy mulled wine based on red wine – ideally Bordeaux-in the Middle ages in Central and Northern Europe was the main drink of Christmas markets and other winter holidays in the open air. I suggest my version of this drink.