What kind of alcohol do they drink in Belgium? Belgian alcoholic drinks that Belgians value and love to drink themselves
Alcohol in Belgium is not limited to an assortment of high-quality beers. Stronger drink lovers will also be able to pamper themselves. In order to find out what the Belgians…

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Crimean Chebureks
Every morning I will bow in my belt to a man who will unmistakably be able to distinguish a crescent square from traditional chebureks to taste. Why do traditional pasties…

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Italian bruschetta sandwiches
Bruschetta, or Italian open sandwich, is a piece of rustic white toasted bread, grated with garlic, soaked in olive oil and sprinkled with sea salt. Often it is supplemented with…

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Where to eat tasty and cheap in Bruges: the best cafes and restaurants for tourists

One of the most picturesque European cities is known to tourists not only for beautiful landscapes or ancient mills and canals, but also for delicious Belgian cuisine. The city has many small and cozy cafes where you can eat tasty and inexpensive; Bruges also has gourmet restaurants marked by Michelin stars. In a word, there are many options – it’s time to talk about the best of them. Inexpensive cafes of Brugge At Tattie’s This inexpensive cafe is a great place to have a tasty meal after a walk along the canals of Bruges or to have breakfast early in the morning in a cozy atmosphere. At Tattie’s specializes mainly in sandwiches and panini – there are a lot of them – but there are also inexpensive soups, pasta and salads on the menu. The visiting card of At Tattie’s is Belgian waffles – one of the most delicious in Bruges. In a cafe, they are served with whipped cream, fresh berries and fruits, Belgian chocolate sauce. A few more Continue reading

How Vienna waffles differ from Belgian ones

Many countries boast national recipes for original and delicious waffles. For example, England, where this dish is served as a light snack, or the Netherlands, which presented the world with the so-called syrup waffles, as well as the USA and the Czech Republic, Norway and even Japan. But for the connoisseurs of this delicacy, the reference examples are perhaps the two most famous varieties: Viennese and Belgian.
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The history of waffles in Vienna is closely connected with the name of the Austrian confectioner Joseph Manner, who at the end of the 19th century introduced to the public a new type of dessert – “Neapolitan waffles”. They got their name due to hazelnut filling – they were delivered from Naples at that time. The Continue reading

Cooking sheet music mill

I do not promise that while reading this text you will drool to the floor, or you will valyatstsa under the table, neigh and be in shock. This text, in fact, is not quite for LJ; it is hardly suitable even for a book. But this time it’s very important for me not to discuss some people and their actions, not to talk about events or given, today I want to share an idea that is very important to me. It will be interesting to read, maybe not for everyone, but I sincerely hope that there are at least a few people who can talk to me about it and together we can formulate some thoughts more accurately than I can do now.

The idea is simple and, in short, it consists in this: Continue reading

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Interesting facts about burgers you did not know
When you finish reading this offer, McDonald’s largest chain of fast food restaurants will sell over 355 burgers. After reading the article to the end, you will learn 12 more…

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What to try in Vienna with food
The national cuisine of Austria has incorporated many recipes from around the world, but at the same time remains original and not like the others. There are a number of…

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Best Austrian desserts and sweets worth a try
It is not by chance that Austrian desserts are considered an example of classical confectionery art - they are widely known outside the country, and recipes of local sweets are…

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Stalik Khankishiyev: Iranian holiday pilaf "Seven Beauties"
I wrote about this pilaf in my first book, but, trying not to frighten the reader with the difficulties and impending troubles, I described the preparation in the form of…

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