5 Ideas For a Special Easter

02/04/2015

So the holidays are almost here, huh? What we usually do when we have many days-off lined one after the other is to succumb to our escalating levels of laziness and spent all of our free time eating and…

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About George, the lamb and the Wild farm

22/04/2014

Source kulinar.bg Imagine this - it’s May and it’s warm outside, you are sitting at the outdoor table and you feel the last rays of light on your face. You breath in deeply - here the air is clean and fresh, you are surrounded by friends and family and all of them are eagerly preparing everything for the dinner. Next to you just one foot away is the lamb over the fire and in the air you can smell the delicious aroma. And somewhere very close to you you listen how George gives a toast. I…

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PostEaster recipes

22/04/2014

Hey friends! Holidays are a wonderful thing - you meet your friends and family, have more time to yourself and spend a significant amount of time in the kitchen preparing those delicious dishes your family loves. You have dyed your eggs in such an amazing way (the whole 30 of them). Yes, it was a lot of fun to be covered in paint while bringing into life every creative idea that came to your mind but now you are left with 15 eggs and two Easter cakes and you have to somehow find their place in the…

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Easter recipes (part 3)

14/04/2014

We continue with our suggestions for your Easter menu.  And this time we have prepared not two but three recipes for your! Are you ready to get all covered up in flour and make the best Easter cake ever? The best ones are those you make at home and with one special ingredient - love. Also we have prepared two new lamb recipes so that you have a lot of options for your menu this year. In order to enjoy the great taste and home made dishes, you can improve the recipes using products from our…

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Natural decoration for Easter eggs

14/04/2014

Easter is the most favourite holiday in the year for many reasons. One of them (and we believe it’s the strongest one) is the Easter eggs dyeing. We all remember how impatient we were to get all covered up in dye and make a real masterpiece, that even Michelangelo would envy us. Yes, we are little limited with the colours, but our motivation and will are endless. We are offering you couple of tricks to make your easter basket a real delight for the eye on the table!   1. Drawing with a…

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GREEN AND BEAUTIFUL

03/07/2013

Safe, natural tanning GREEN AND BEAUTIFUL Today is a beautiful day. Bright and sunny. So sunny, actually, that I caught myself dreaming of being on the beach – a dream I must admit I`ve almost given up on. Not because getting to the beach is impossible, but because for like an eternity it seemed like we had no reason. Yes, so far this spring and summer have not been exactly the best Europe has seen. But today is a beautiful day and it brings the promise of a lovely hot month. With the…

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LAMBOLICIOUS

04/05/2013

Fine recipes for fine lamb Hello, hello, happy Saturday! For those of you for whom this day marks the end of another work week, double congrats; for those who like us are enjoying our long, national Easter and St George`s Day holiday – triple. Well deserved that rest for sure is, as Master Yoda would put it, that`s to be clear, please :) And besides of the beautiful weather we are finally blessed with, I`m so happy, because that every day gets us closer to lighting up the Easer candles and bringing…

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THE DRAGON SLAYER: ST GEORGE CELEBRATIONS AROUND THE WORLD

01/05/2013

Here we go, as promised, continuing the series about St. George`s Day. After on Monday telling you about traditional Bulgarian customs, today`s post is about how St. George`s Day is celebrated in some parts of the world. As you might remember, the holiday is celebrated by various Christian churches; depending on which calendar they follow it is either on the 23rd of April for Gregorian or on the 6th of May for Julian. Countries that celebrate St George's Day include England, Canada, Croatia,…

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Saint George the Dragon Slayer

29/04/2013

Hey, guys :) After - hopefully not- boring you with the Easter series for the whole of last week, today`s post is about St. George`s. Here in Bulgaria those two holidays, Easter and St. George Day are somehow perceived as go-together; or at least in my mind they are. Especially this year, when Easter is so unusually late in the year, on May 5th, and St. George Day is, no surprises here, on the very next day, the 6th. The feast day of Saint George is celebrated by various Christian churches – 23rd of…

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FUNNY EASTER TRADITIONS AROUND THE WORLD

26/04/2013

Hi, dears, here is the promised third post on Easter, this time I wanna tell you how people around the world celebrate what is considered the biggest Christian holiday. And no, by celebrating I do not mean diving into the consumerist waves and buying tons of chocolate eggs, bunnies, chickens; sending out greeting cards; or in other way contribute to wasting the environment :) I mean customs passed from generation to generation. We all know about egg decorating and so on, but and here are some customs you…

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