July 09, 2013

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Restaurants Throughout the world, many Chinese, Japanese, French restaurants, but on the popular Lithuanian Norwegian or restaurants do not hear anything. However, each of us is often faced with the phenomenon as a buffet. The story of his as follows: in the old days in the countryside, when the Swedes gathered guests, those came from a fairly distant places, as to settle was made by farms. Naturally, the guests were arriving at different times. Not to make them wait long served dishes that can be stored for several days: salted herring, potato salad and boiled vegetables, boiled eggs, cold meats and sandwiches. Modern, which became an international buffet - a technique in which self-organized large numbers of guests. Although the meals offered had nothing to do with the Swedish cuisine. Olives. What's black and that green? The fruits of the olive tree - is the pride of Italy. They are collected at different stages of maturity: from unripe 'do' olives from mature - olives. And then their processing times depends only on the imagination 'author' and culinary traditions existing in the region they are grown. Olives are kept in dry salt or vyalyat in the sun, olives in mind their inherent bitterness soaked in a strong brine, and some pre-crushed, some incision, and some - just a prick oneself. Concentration of salt in brine also varies, it can add to taste sliced garlic, aromatic herbs, peppers, spices. There are olives stuffed with garlic, anchovies, peppers, although they are in Italian cuisine is more the exception than the rule (the same exception is canned olives - in Italy they sell are usually directly from the brine). All these manipulations, one can reach an infinite diversity of taste of olives, and is able to satisfy the most demanding gourmet. Bamboo - it's not just a piece of wood, but the most gentle delicacy. If the Europeans Bamboo is associated primarily with fishing rods, then the Chinese, Koreans and Japanese - with grace, stamina, and more - with the gentlest delicacy. The fact that the cone-shaped bamboo...
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Bahai Gardens Haifa Northern Capital If you have been to Haifa, then of course have seen the golden dome of the beautiful structure located in the heart of the Northern capital. Majestically and proudly present a dome over Haifa, and it seems to glare frozen history of the ancient East. This building is the burial Bahai faith pravozvestnika-Ali Muhammad Shirazi Siyida, known as the Bab (Gate). Tens of thousands of tourists come here from all over the world, in order to see one of the world's most beautiful gardens. This garden is composed of many terraces that surround the tomb of Baba is one of the most important sights of Haifa. Architect Baha'i Gardens - Faribors Sabha has designed them on principle Hanging Gardens of Babylon, one of the seven wonders of the ancient world. Bahai complex was created about 10 years. The project has invested over U.S. $ 250 million. Today, along with the German Colony (German Colony), which is located at the foot of the Bahai complex, Bahai Gardens are three-kilometer pedestrian zone of great interest to lovers of exotic trips. Not far from the Baha'i shrines Boulevard Zionism is wonderful, "Sculpture Garden", which displays bronze sculptures of the Swiss sculptor - Ursula Malbin. Interesting, original sculptures were donated Ursula Malbin, a Jew by birth, to Haifa a few decades ago. On top of sacred Mount Caramel to be another important landmark Haifa Carmelite convent. This is a working female monastery. Carmelites are one of the oldest religious orders founded in the 12th century. The monastery has another name Stella Maris, which means "Sea Star". This name must monastery old lighthouse, which is it is a beautiful, sonorous name, and is located near the monastery. The territory on which the monastery and church of the Carmelites, the upper station of Haifa cable car and the lighthouse is called the "French Caramel" because most novices of the monastery were the French. If we go with "frantsuzkogo Caramel" down, walking trail will lead us to the Monastery of the Carmelites. Inside the church of the monastery,...