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Cottage cheese-yogurt cake "Little Prince"
1.1k 3 - -
This cake I made for the birthday of his beloved little son, three years old. The cake turned out great. Very easy and gentle. The idea of this cake I took one culinary website. Here, however, I can't remember what since it was long ago...
Conic
0.9k - 40м 4
The recipe my grandmother from the Belarusian Polesye. Nowhere in the Internet did not find, and would like to the cultural heritage of woodland did not disappear, and other people became acquainted with this deliciousness.
Cake "Matryoshka"
0.8k 3 - -
A friend asked for my daughter's birthday cake, and even charm, that's what happened.
Jam, Canberra or black nightshade
0.6k - 40м 1
Here parents are in the country the berries are grown newfangled. Call Canberra. Ripened only now, in October. And then, almost tasteless. Read - jam needs to be boiled out of it. Yes, recipes are strange, which is only the Board to add the cherry sheet in October! Decided to look on gourmet websites - there is generally offer berries to push during meshaniya spoon. Or blender, I advise you to use. Jam reluctance - you want whole berries. Different methods tried - really liked this one.
Night oatmeal in a jar
0.6k 5 10м 2
Offer to cook a very healthy Breakfast – lazy oatmeal in the Bank. Such a Breakfast is done in the evening: put into the fridge for the whole night and in the morning prepared Breakfast. Berries and dried fruits you can take any, you can add nuts and coconut. Yogurt can replace milk or yogurt. This is a great Breakfast for those who in the morning have little time or do not want to cook.
Dessert "Pavlova"
0.6k 5 120м 10
"Pavlova" is a traditional Australian and new Zealand dessert. It is prepared and served at every occasion including weddings, engagements and other family events. Like any popular dish, this dessert has many variations. Dessert "Pavlova" is made in all the large restaurants in the world, it adorns the tables of the most fashionable cafes. In 1926, the great Russian ballerina, toured Australia and New Zealand, presenting its dance of local people and long remained in their memory. Australian Herbert Sachs, the chef of the hotel "Esplanade" invented this dessert in 1935 and named it in honor of Pavlova. Four years after the death of a ballerina. Now the words "the Pavlova cake" is understandable to all and the exact cause of the Association, as is still the word "pizza". Only the accent English people put all the wrong places, "On". Little bit sorry about the ballerina know not all now...

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