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  • Igor Eliseev (Kara Sagan) Worrying the tenderness of a touch ...

    I'm used to this dream, exciting and strange,
    In which I love and know that we love,
    But the appearance of a woman is sometimes elusive -
    And the same and not the same, it's like behind a fog.
    Paul Verlaine "My old dream"

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    Evening magic.


    In the hand a tangle of needles - sand burns.
    He wrings white silk from his hand, squeezes lace with folds, worries with tenderness of touch.
    Again and again promising a solution, he leaves without saying goodbye. Hot as the present, loose as an embodied dream.
    Gradually the heat passes, leaving warm memories.

    Over time, emotions endured lose their colors - memory envelops them with sand dust. And the best net for them is art.
    It allows you to pin them with a pin to black velvet as soon as possible, close it with transparent glass and hang it on the wall.
    The pollen of colored wings remains in full safety.


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    Cherub


     
    Aroma of sand time.



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    The Sleeping Buddha


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    Heart whisper


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    Angel


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    Invisible Life


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    Wanderings under the stars


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    Silver Dreams


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    Approximation.


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    Starlight Night.


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    Melody dream


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    Vladimir Kush Treasure Island

     

    Paul Cézanne A Village Road near Auvers

  • "Cheese is strong, hot, nourishing ..." Hippocrates





    Well, what kind of French wine without cheese?
    So here you have to the New Year's table and cheese.))

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    "Cheese is strong, hot, nourishing ..."
    Strong - because it's very close to being born;
    Nutritious - because it represents the remainder of the most meaty part of milk;
    Hot - because it is fat ... "
    Hippocrates


    History of the discovery of cheese

    There is a legend about the pioneer of cheese, a certain shepherd who supposedly went to distant pastures, stocking food, poured milk into a bag of sheep's stomach.
    Under the influence of warm rays of the sun, enzymes and whipping in time with the movement of the shepherd, the milk was transformed into cheese.

    "Lunch that does not end with cheese is like a beautiful woman with one eye," said Jean-Anselm Brilla-Savarin, a French lawyer, politician and culinary expert.
    And he was absolutely right, because in our days it is not possible to imagine a meal without such a tasty and useful product!
    In the history of the emergence of cheese and its marching along the planet, there are many interesting facts. Here are just some of them:

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    1. There is a legend according to which the inventor of cheese was a certain merchant.
    Once, on his way, he took milk, which was poured into a container from a lamb's stomach.
    After some time he arrived at the site and found that the milk was divided into whey and dense mass, which became the basis of modern cheese.

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    2. About 1 kg of milk is required to prepare 1 kg of cheese.
      But cheese is prepared not only from milk: there are cheeses made of soy, peas, calf or pig, from sour cream and even sugar with ice.

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    3. There are more than 1000 varieties of cheese in the world.
    For the preparation of some, ordinary cow milk is required, while for others it is milk of buffalo. There are cheeses with a noble mold of a blue shade, and there is also a black mold. In addition, for ripening different kinds of cheeses it takes from 1 day to 10 years of aging.


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    4. Cheese is a very nutritious and easily digestible product. It contains up to 25% of proteins, up to 60% of milk fat and up to 3.5% of minerals, not counting table salt. In addition, it is a real storehouse of useful substances. The cheese contains vitamins A, D, E, B1, B2, PP, C, pantothenic acid, phosphorus and calcium.

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    5. During the ripening of cheese, harmless bacteria are formed in it, which produce gas.
    Bubbles with gas, being released, leave in the cheese the famous holes, which specialists call "eyes".

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    6. The largest head of cheese weighing 721 kg was produced in the Altai Territory and presented at the "Cheese Festival" in Barnaul on September 14, 2007.


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    7. The original name of the Parmesan cheese is Parmigiano Reggiano. It is produced exclusively in several regions: in the north of Italy and in Germany. Because it is in these places that the grass grows, suitable for feeding cows, selected as producers of raw dairy raw materials. Even if the cheese is manufactured using identical technologies, but in another region, Parmesan, it can not be called legally.

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    8. They say that it was the soft Camembert cheese that contributed to the birth of Salvador Dal¨ª's famous "Flowing Clock". Once, having tasted this cheese at dinner, the artist crouched in front of the unfinished canvas, extinguished the light and began to reflect on the wonderful taste of Camembert. It was then that he saw the miraculous vision of the "spreading time"

  • Smile, gentlemen, smile!




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    Baron Hieronymus Karl Friedrich von Munchausen (1720-1797) - historical personality, that is, this person really lived and his name is not fiction and not an accidental coincidence.
    A great visionary and narrator of unthinkable adventures - Baron Munchausen was born in Germany in the city of Bodenwerder.
    He came from an ancient and very noble family, later almost completely extinct, with the exception of the monk, from whom the surname originated (German Mönch - monk, Haus - house).

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    In 1786 in London, an anonymous writer published the book "Stories of Baron Munchausen on his unusual travels and campaigns in Russia."
    The English quickly found out the name of the writer.
    He was a German emigre Rudolf Erich Raspe (1737-94).
    Escaping from the trial in England, Raspe created a real bestseller. Only in a year, his book about Munchausen was published four times!
    In his book, Baron Munchausen, the famous braggart and inventor, who served for some time in the Russian army, talks about his fabulous adventures and fantastic journeys.

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    The following year the book about the Baron was published in German.
    On its title page it read: "Gottfried August Burger." Amazing journeys on the water and on land, hiking and hilarious adventures of Baron Munchausen, as he himself uses a bottle of wine to tell. "
    The real Munchausen did not recognize the name of the author of the English edition, but he threatened to sue the German writer Burger.
    And how the baron would be angry, having learned that over the next two hundred years in different countries there were about 600 books with the continuation of his adventures.

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    Baron Hieronymus Karl Friedrich von Munchausen furiously ordered the servants to close the doors of the house and not let anyone in. The fact is that after the publication of the book Raspe from wishing to get into the family estate of the baron, there was simply no end.
    He could not even imagine that his stories told by long winter evenings in the circle of friends and neighbors would be published without his knowledge and consent and immortalize his name.

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    But Jerome Karl Munchausen could do nothing because his hero - incomparable, brave, witty and ingenious Baron Munchausen has already triumphed into history, his whole Europe reads his adventures, admires him and loves him.
    But this does not bring the baron any wealth, no peace, no glory, no money. Alas!
    The Baron has some troubles, a lack of understanding of the neighbors and the ridicule of his neighbors.
    And maybe Baron Munchausen is not at all a liar and not an eccentric, but a person who wanted to turn life into a fairy tale, at least to brighten up the worthless everyday life of his contemporaries with fiction, dream, and imagination?

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    There are two versions of this remarkable book.
    Two authors tried to please us: Rudolf Erich Raspe and Gottfried August Burger.
    The first to work was Raspe - he wrote his book in English, and Burger supplemented the finished work of Rape and translated it into German.
    Listen, maybe it's plagiarism? )))
    Illustrated the book "The Adventures of Baron Munchausen" in 1872 by a French engraver, illustrator, and painter Gustave Dore.
    In general, the proletarians of all countries have united and as a result, we have a wonderful work, living in the ages and always relevant.

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    It's not my fault if such strange things happen to me that has not happened to anyone yet.
    It's because I like traveling and I'm always looking for adventure, and you sit at home and can not see anything except the four walls of your room.

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    "Smile, gentlemen, smile!"

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