Monday, 27 October 2014

Friday, 24 October 2014

Honey Helva from Ottoman Palace Cuisine

Helva-i Hakani

3 tablespoons white flour
2 tablespoons wheat starch
1,5 tablespoons rice flour
5 tablespoons almond flour
5 tablespoons honey
2 full tablespoons butter
2 tablespoons cream
2 glasses of milk
2-3 drops rose water

 First,mix all the flour,boil the milk different place.Put the honey into the hot milk and keep it hot.Fry the butter in another pan,close the bottom of the oven,after the butter has cooled slightly,put the mixed flour in it.Mix thoroughly and then open the bottom of the oven.Cook the mixed flour until browning.Turn down the bottom of the oven and pour the honey hot milk slowly and stir it.Close the bottom of the oven and close the lid of the pan.Leave to rest for 30 minutes.Add cream to brewed helva,stir it and serve it.You can decorate with roasted almonds.

Bon appetite!

Sultans' Sofras

Sultans' Sofras

Friday, 12 September 2014

Poland and Pruchnik

We are very happy about your visit next month. Have a look at Podkarpacie, the region of Poland, where we live. You will visit many of these places.
And greetings from Pruchnik:

2013 11 14 SP1 Pruchnik - COMENIUS from RAFILM, Rafał Babiarz on Vimeo.

Thursday, 19 June 2014

Thank you for the great days in Istanbul...

Typical German Products

On the market in Frankfurt/Main…

Recipe: Rote Grütze

Recipe: Kartoffelpuffer

Recipe: Frankfurter Grüne Soße

The favourite salad recipe of the Germans: Kartoffelsalat

Typical Recipes of Bavaria

Recipe: Falscher Hase

Saturday, 29 March 2014

Drowning of Marzanna

This event takes place on the first day of spring. Children usually make a doll of hay or straw and old clothes. This doll is called Marzanna. She is meant to be Miss Winter. The children take the doll to the bank of the river. Then they burn it and drown it in the river. They hope she will not return until the next year.
We burnt a few branches and some hay instead of Marzanna. 

Sunday, 9 February 2014

The Greek Comenius team presents Olympic Village

Aromatic Greek oil with Greek herbs

Cooking Kourabiedes-Greek Christmas sweet

Christmas Exhibition of Greek products

Greek Christmas Bazaar with Greek products, handicrafts, music

Tuesday, 7 January 2014

Workshop - Proziaki

You could try proziaki in Frankfurt. They are typical for Podkarpacie, the region we live in. The tradition of making them is about 150 years old. Proziaki were prepared when the bread ran out. Unfortunately, they are not popular any more.