This just in... After the restoration of the Austro-Hungarian Empire two great nation found each other, the Polish and the Brazilian. Unquestionable support of the True Faith and hot grills are just two of many values these countries share not to mention economic similarities between North Brazil and Eastern Poland. Don't forget to invest there, good people. Top level diplomats on both sides recognized the necessity of unification of the two countries. However Divine Signs imply the time isn't here yet the process has to be postponed until the alignment of the Statues of Christ is right.
>What languages do you already know? Estonian, English >Which are you learning? Russian >Which would you like to know? German, Finnish maybe >How are you learning? I try to lurk on 2ch every day, look through a few flashcards and read, but I've been losing motivation recently.
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I'd like to tell you about the wonders of "Hungarian cottage cheese" or "körözött" (cca. circled) as we call it. It's cottage cheese (cow or sheep or the mix of both, my favourit is a 50-50 mix but I usually eat pure cow's) mixed with red paprika powder, caraway/cumin, fine chopped onion, salt, butter and/or sour cream. I like it with butter and very little sour cream. Eat it as a spread with tomatoes, radishes, paprika etc.
Blogpost. I have half a box of Twinings tea I only drink it occasionally as it's considered a more expensive and finer brand. I noticed however I crossed the expiration date. The tea's still fine so I decided I drink it fast. Now I drink 1,5 l Twinings Earl Gray on daily basis. Feels good, man.
>>16167 Yes. I know noone personally who puts garlic into the gulyás. It's not irregular, pretty much everything can go what's "normal" for European seasoning. I remember such garden cooking when we used cumin and saffron because why not and I know people who prefer it with lots of parsley leaves. The tomato and the fresh paprikas I used are also optional, and more can be added by the end of the cooking process to keep those intact and biteable. Also the soup doesn't need to be this short on water but generally one wants it to be at least somewhat thick. In school cafeterias they usually serve it very watery but still can taste fine, I also prefer it more soupy if it's cooked in the kitchen.
>>16170 Several types of bogrács are available. The most basic is that enameled I own. It's thin steel, cheap, light, easily portable and convects the heat well. The enamel is vulnerable to hits which is a minus, one has to be careful not to bang it to hard objects. The second is plane iron with 1,5mm thickness. It rusts. Third is cast iron which also can be enameled. I read and saw (in videos) that the one without needs seasoning, which means coating the pot thinly with oil (or fat) and heat it over some heat source. This process should be repeated few times. Supposedly it helps to retain rust and give a somewhat nonstick surface. However one needs to be careful with cleaning, also the seasoning needs to be repeated later. My family has an enameled cast iron pot (not bogrács) and I we have the general opinion it's very good for cooking but has its peculiarity as the pot warms through slowly and one can fry in it when the rim is still coldish. I suspect it's the sames with the non enameled ones.
Stainless steel is a recent fad in the world of bogrács. No rust, but it's heavy, convects heat bad (I read), and this also needs seasoning for achieving supposed non-stick properties. Copper. No rust and I suspect good heat convection. But wouldn't it give the food funny taste? It might be the same with the cast iron/plain iron pots with acidic (salty) food.
But bográcses don't need to have the same shape. Two other exists, both are for cooking fishermen's soup (halászlé) but I don't think any fish would mind if it was cooked in the one for gulyás.
Space brings such harrowing feelings on how alone we are on this universe, and how likely life will evaporate in the long future. Life is at best a few light years away, and FTL travel is just a storybook creation. I don't know how so many can feel so inspired by space missions when they choose to ignore how impractical, maybe impossible those tasks are. We've got one world, and if we look outwards, we're alone.
>>15628 >how so many can feel so inspired by space missions when they choose to ignore how impractical, maybe impossible those tasks are. Lots of people are romantic. It's easier to focus on the possible adventures and such.