Lazy Lobiani
Not a single Georgian pie can compare with Lobiani. No other pie has such spicy thickness as a lobiani filling has. Lobiani - this is your breakfast, lunch, dinner and…

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9 INCREDIBLE FACTS ABOUT CONFECTIONERY ART AND DESSERS
The world of pastry art is amazing and unpredictable! And before you and I first opened the book of sweet recipes, millions of amateurs and professionals, pioneers and inventors, left…

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Digest information
Do you want to work as a top-class chef or as a kitchen chef? Then you can not do without specialized basic or incomplete higher education. Do not want to…

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Digest information
Do you want to work as a top-class chef or as a kitchen chef? Then you can not do without specialized basic or incomplete higher education. Do not want to…

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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. Tangerines make chic jams and often the most interesting ones are those that use not only the flesh, but also the rind of the tangerines.
The main thing that needs to be done with any use of tangerines with skin is how to soak them, not sparing the time. The meaning of soaking is not only that the characteristic bitterness, which exists in any zest, goes into the water. Another thing is more important: so you soak up all that is harmful that has accumulated in the peel of the mandarins. They are sprayed from pests in the process of growing, and often also pre-sale preparation includes the treatment of substances that enhance the brilliance and brightness of color. So if your tangerines are not from an organic store, soak them thoroughly. Continue reading

Vintage English Apple Pie
The British love apples and perfectly master the skill of making apple pies. When an Englishman wants to say that something is typically British, he says "as English as apple…

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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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