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Tasty dishes from inexpensive ingredients.

In those days, when the stores were empty shelves, our grandmothers and mothers were able to prepare delicious meals that could be bought on the market or in the shop. All eaten with great pleasure and appetite, because prepared with love and good humor.

And now we have days when we can’t afford expensive gourmet products. Have to settle for what I have. But I assure you that even the most simple of such familiar and inexpensive products can be prepared so that you will be satisfied and the family members, and guests .

Cheese soup is not only delicious first course for lunch. It can be cooked in the morning for Breakfast or in the evening for dinner. It is enough to have in reserve a little cheese and some other products. But if you plan to have lunch guests, the cheese soup will be used.

Cheese soup

Option # 1

You will need: 5 potatoes, 1 carrot and bulb onion, a little butter or vegetable oil for roasting vegetables, 50-100 g cream cheese, salt, greens to taste.

1.5 l of water bring to a boil, add diced potatoes and cook until soft. Continue reading

The most expensive food in the world

We all love to eat and sometimes try to experiment with new products. Whether it’s exotic and weird fruits or healthy, diet dishes, food will always be one of the most important priorities. This is not only a way to survive, but also the opportunity to pamper your taste buds. And although we like it when food is cheap, sometimes, I want to eat “something delicious”, even if it’s yummy left in your purse a hole.

And although you are unlikely to try in this list the products, let’s find out how many are willing to spend the people, to appease your stomach. So, 10 most expensive food in the world.

Matsutake mushrooms. The rarity of these fungi raises their price to $ 1000 per pound. Matsutake or mattace from Japan and are growing in several Asian countries, but their number is significantly reduced insects that destroy trees in whose shade usually grow these mushrooms. So as a way to cultivate matsutake no, there is a possibility that they may even disappear from the face of the Earth. So who are the mushroom omelet? Expensive smurf…

The most expensive bagel. Although a healthy diet bagels are high, these muffins are pretty hearty and tasty. And inexpensive. Although this beyglu this is not the case, as he slathered cream cheese, flavoured with white truffles, Zlatolist and jam from the berries Goji. How about to eat this for Breakfast? Yes? Well, then get ready to dump it for $ 1,000 because white truffles occupy second place in the list of the most expensive in the world of commodities in terms of price/weight. Continue reading

Delicious potato dishes

Potato dishes do not lose their popularity for a very long years. We can say that since then, when people first tried the potatoes and he liked it, so recipes potato dishes captivated our stomachs that it is impossible to imagine cooking in which would not have been presented the most varied and original potato dish.

We will need:

1.2 kg large oblong potatoes

butter (to grease the pan)

salt, white pepper

75 g of cheese (yellow, for example, “Tilsiter”)

2 tablespoons butter

fresh herbs (thyme, marjoram)

Preparation:

Potatoes clean, wash, dry with paper towels and make deep cuts (without cutting through). Cuts easy to do by putting a potato in a spoon to stop the knife in its edge. Continue reading

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