Bialy Bread Recipe

Jovana Milosavljevic

Jovana Milosavljevic

I am creative and sensitive soul, interested in art, and aesthetics in general, including the art of cooking. I enjoy spending my time in nature surrounded by water and writing about my feelings and almost everything that makes me who I am. I also express myself by playing piano,which sound brings me to past, to Chopin, Mozart and all the other geniuses of art and life.
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When I first heard of Bialy I thought it is a traditional Lebanese and Near Eastern bread, knowing they like to experiment putting different ingredients into bread, even soap. Then I’ve met a lady from Slovenia who told me that she also has a recipe for this interesting bread. I was impatient to make it, […]

Bagel Recipe – the Slovenian Version

Jovana Milosavljevic

Jovana Milosavljevic

I am creative and sensitive soul, interested in art, and aesthetics in general, including the art of cooking. I enjoy spending my time in nature surrounded by water and writing about my feelings and almost everything that makes me who I am. I also express myself by playing piano,which sound brings me to past, to Chopin, Mozart and all the other geniuses of art and life.
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Easy to prepare, even more to enjoy it. There are many variations of this bread, but it originally came from Poland, precisely from Poland Jewish, who spread the recipes all around the world. In Eastern Europe its one of the most familiar pastries. You can find Polish, Turkish, or Slovenian version. Slovenians absolutely adore bagels, […]

BUBLIK Recipe

Jovana Milosavljevic

Jovana Milosavljevic

I am creative and sensitive soul, interested in art, and aesthetics in general, including the art of cooking. I enjoy spending my time in nature surrounded by water and writing about my feelings and almost everything that makes me who I am. I also express myself by playing piano,which sound brings me to past, to Chopin, Mozart and all the other geniuses of art and life.
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Bublik is similar to a bagel, only smaller and with sugar on top. It is disseminated all around the world, but it was first made in Eastern Europe, and it is spread in many versions. The one I will write about is well known in Slovenia and it is one of the most popular pastries […]

OBWARZANEK KRAKOWSKI Recipe

Jovana Milosavljevic

Jovana Milosavljevic

I am creative and sensitive soul, interested in art, and aesthetics in general, including the art of cooking. I enjoy spending my time in nature surrounded by water and writing about my feelings and almost everything that makes me who I am. I also express myself by playing piano,which sound brings me to past, to Chopin, Mozart and all the other geniuses of art and life.
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Splice bagel is a type of bagel that people of Eastern Europe are making for many events, such as New Years Eve, Christmas, graduations, and birthday parties. In Slovenia, the Obwarzanek krakowski is a traditional pastry for New Years Eve, when the families gather and have dinner together, wishing the best to each other for […]

AJDOV KRUH Slovenian Bread Recipe

Jovana Milosavljevic

Jovana Milosavljevic

I am creative and sensitive soul, interested in art, and aesthetics in general, including the art of cooking. I enjoy spending my time in nature surrounded by water and writing about my feelings and almost everything that makes me who I am. I also express myself by playing piano,which sound brings me to past, to Chopin, Mozart and all the other geniuses of art and life.
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AJDOV KRUH is a Slovenian buckwheat bread. Buckwheat (lat. Fagopyrum sagittaium), also known as “ the black wheat “ is very nutritious and rich in carbohydrates. 100g of such wheat contains 2,5g grease, 11,7g proteins, 70,7g carbohydrates and it has 351 calorie. It also contains different types of minerals and vitamins like P, Mg, Ca, Na, C, […]

Kalach Ukrainian Bread Recipe

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I am project manager and writer. I am open-minded person and can't imagine my life without cooking. I like to travel, discover new places and find new friends. My life credo: nothing is impossible. Life is short so I don't want to waste even minute to be bored.
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  There is no wedding or Christmas Eve without the kalach bread in Ukraine. Kalach is a traditional Ukrainian bun. The term kalach is derived from the word “kolo”, which means circle in Ukrainian. The kalach can be baked into two shapes: in the shape of a circle and in the shape of a plait. […]

White Wheat Russian Bread Recipe

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I am project manager and writer. I am open-minded person and can't imagine my life without cooking. I like to travel, discover new places and find new friends. My life credo: nothing is impossible. Life is short so I don't want to waste even minute to be bored.
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“Bread is the head of everything” I guess this is the most well-known statement for every Russian person. Most precisely, bread takes the most important place for every human in the Russian world. It is the main dish for every event – sad or happy.  In old times, women baked bread every day. Every woman had […]

Knish Russian Bread Recipe

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I am project manager and writer. I am open-minded person and can't imagine my life without cooking. I like to travel, discover new places and find new friends. My life credo: nothing is impossible. Life is short so I don't want to waste even minute to be bored.
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The secret of a perfect knish is in the oil used. The Russian and Ukrainian traditions are closely intertwined in one history. A lot of recipes are similar and well-known in both countries. The name of bread can be different, but technology is the same. I want to share with you one of the bread recipes: Knish, […]

Simple Pain de Mie Bread Recipe

Jen Grauer

Jen Grauer

Jen Grauer is an intrepid ecologist and writer who loves experimenting with cooking and baking in her spare time. When not chasing after wild animals outside, she can be found testing out new recipes, exploring challenging books, and sharing her infectious enthusiasm with the world.
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This recipe is an easy, wholesome alternative that rivals packaged sandwich bread at the supermarket. Pain de mie is a simple, slightly sweet French bread often used for sandwiches and toast. The bread is baked in a long rectangular loaf pan, known as a Pullman or pain de mie pan, which is great for making […]

Tain, Old Serbian Bread

It is said that one soldier was carrying it full six years during the war and he came out untouched from all the battles in which he participated. Tain is the Serbian soldier’s bread from the World War 1 and it has a very interesting history. There are many stories that deal with Tain. Some […]