A festive meal is not just a meal, it’s a great opportunity to communicate with loved ones while enjoying delicious dishes. Recipes for festive meals extraordinarily diverse, but they share one thing: the food is very tasty, beautiful and unusual. Carefully thought-out menu – a guarantee that a holiday dinner to remember.
On holiday I always want to cook all the delicious, all the food that for one reason or another can not cook often. It can be foods from expensive products, delicacies, and also those products which are prohibited by most diets. But not all these dishes are combined with each other. The secret to competent menu for celebration – a harmonious combination of foods.
This means that the table must be present a variety of dishes that will complement each other. If guests will be a lot, and dishes should also be a lot: for a variety of table no one goes hungry, everyone will find a dish to their liking. If the celebration takes place in a close circle, some foods may be less. Thus it is necessary to choose the menu for only those dishes that are popular with all guests, without exception.
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Jeremy hunter has devoted 35 years of his life to photographing ancient magic rituals and festivals in sixty countries. We offer to your attention a small selection of his photographs from the project “Celebrate all year round”.
1. For centuries the peoples of the highland districts of Papua New Guinea fought for land, women and pigs. Witchcraft and the calling of spirits was considered a good weapon to repel the attacks of the invaders, members of clans have coated your own body figures out of clay and created a scary mask. It was part of a psychological attack against the invasion of their territory by other clans. Pictured is a resident of the village in the valley of Vanghi, near the town of mount Hagen.
2. Group dancing and singing is one of the rituals of clans in Papua New Guinea, with which the members of the community Express their unity and solidarity. The photograph is of the faithful dance of the snake, executable by the clan Apenda, Leh, near Morobe.
3. In the period from September to November 18-day Burmese festival Fung Dau, passing on Inle lake allows the indigenous Intha, “sons of the lake”, to worship the five Buddha images, created in the twelfth century. Four of them are transported around the lake to another monastery Continue reading