Cake pigeon's milk"
Cake "Bird's Milk" was invented by one Moscow cook and this invention, by the way, was obtained by the author of a patent. They sold it in Moscow on the…

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Interesting facts about keikpops or “Keikpops? No, I have not heard
What kind of sweet treats can usually be found at celebrations? That's right: candy, biscuits, cake or cakes. But do you know what keypops are? This is a trendy dessert,…

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Interesting facts about cooking
Fact No. 1. American scientists conducted research, during the course of which it was found that while classical music was playing in the restaurant, the guests make an order for…

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Cake and Cake Facts

Cake and pastries are a sweet dessert whose history is inextricably linked with the history of the cake. The first cakes were very different from what we eat today. They were more like bread, sweetened with honey and often with the addition of nuts and dried fruit.
In the Middle Ages, European bakers already knew how to make cupcakes and gingerbread – products that could be stored for several months. According to historians, the forerunners of modern cakes appeared in Europe in the middle of the 17th century. This was primarily due to advances in technology and the availability of access to certain ingredients (such as refined sugar, for example). Continue reading

Champagne Pizza

The key ingredient in this cheery pizza recipe is champagne. It is in the dough, and in the tomato filling.
It delicately changes the taste, but of course the main fan is not in this, but simply in the very knowledge that pizza is not simple, but … yes! – on champagne.
Generally, champagne is a great idea for any dough – not just for pizza, but also for pie. Champagne, due to bubbles, makes the dough easy, tender, airy. A pleasure, not a dough.
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1 tsp Sahara Continue reading

Muse Cookery and cooks in robes: 10 interesting facts about chefs
In the 18th century, English King George II commanded that the white cap always be worn at work. This headgear negated the risk that the hair of the conquerors would…

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Muse Cookery and cooks in robes: 10 interesting facts about chefs
In the 18th century, English King George II commanded that the white cap always be worn at work. This headgear negated the risk that the hair of the conquerors would…

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Tangerine Jams and Marmalades
The flavor of the New Year is, of course, the tangerines and the Christmas tree. And if the latter is still a bit early, then it's time to do tangerines.…

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