It is no secret that many cakes that are eaten by our mothers and fathers in childhood significantly different from those we use today, not only in taste but also its naturalness and usefulness.
Recipes of some lost and changed, but something came to our days. Here is the recipe for how to cook potato cake and childhood of our parents.
1.Biscuits, soft wheat – 1 kg
2.Condensed milk – 1,5 banks
3.Butter – 300 g
4.Cocoa powder – 8 teaspoons
1.Begin by leaving the oil for some time in a warm room for it to become softer. Then cut it into slices and put in a bowl, which will mix all the ingredients. Continue reading
Green tea, also known as Chinese tea, made from leaves of the Camellia Sinensis plant. Green tea benefits known since time immemorial. Green tea is a storehouse of antioxidants and other nutrients, one Cup of this drink strengthens the immune system.
The fact is that green tea is usually prepared from unfermented leaves (unlike black and red), the preparation of green tea is carried out by weathering and steaming the leaves. This minimal processing helps to preserve the nutritional value of tea.
Green tea – benefit or harm?
Green tea has been used since ancient times for the treatment of several diseases. The Chinese used this drink as a medicinal product within the last 4000 years. About find out here green tea Chinese Puer tea price is affordable and the quality is the best! Currently green tea available Continue reading
Elegant house 33 — this pre-revolutionary grocery store Bakakeng where Plyos citizens first saw the pineapple. The building now houses the iconic Plyos school, where all the Goodies — your own, homemade. A coffee shop is not a coincidence bears the name of Sophia Kuvshinnikova.
In the late nineteenth century lived in the mother is an amazing woman that I knew, loved and gossiped about which all Moscow art. Her name was Sofia Petrovna Kuvshinnikov. In a small state-owned apartment under the roof of the fire tower near khitrova market, dedicated to her husband, a police
doctor, she created the interior, which easily came A. P. Chekhov and I. Repin, M. N. Yermolov and A. I. Ugine, S. A. Stepanov and V. A. Gilyarovsky. Continue reading