Famous dishes, the recipes of which appeared by chance
Moscow baker Ivan Maximovich Filippov was famous for his products throughout Russia. The rolls were even delivered to the imperial table in Petersburg, in 1855 Alexander the Second produced him…

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Chef Profession: Creativity and Physical Training
Do you like to cook, experiment, create culinary masterpieces? You know well how to “make people tasty”, or do you want to learn it? Then the profession of a cook…

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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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Easy Apple Pie
One autumn evening we racked our brains: how to fake a cake, but so that it was lighter than usual. So that was not so deadly for the figure, like…

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Chefs-academy® Culinary Academy presents: a culinary school!

It is no secret that the culinary industry has long been turned into one of the most beautiful, and most importantly, delicious art forms. Every person loves to have a hearty meal. Today, each meeting with friends, a romantic date or just a trip to visit is marked by a meal, and always deliciously cooked. Our culinary school Chefs-academy will teach you all the subtleties of this, at first glance, complex process.
Unfortunately, it is rather difficult to surprise with culinary delights using standard combinations of products and methods of their preparation. But sometimes you want so much … Continue reading

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 about $ 50. At a time when the restaurant included Britney Spears songs, orders fell sharply and became much cheaper. After the music was turned off altogether, the order amount dropped to 30 dollars.
Fact number 2. This kind of sausage, as a doctor, was developed in 1936. Sausage was named so because it was intended “to improve the health of those affected by the arbitrariness of the tsarist regime.” Continue reading