Did I tell you guys how much I love Pasta?♡♥? Here I am...after work Pasta relax...just look at this happy face, eyes almost closed, cheeky smile, the whole concentration is in this small spoon and the right amount of Parmesan that I am going to sprinkl with all respect all over my fav Pasta dish..so much love, passion and hedonism...well from today you cannot only read about my relationship with food...you can even see it..yes..Love Is In The Air♡♡♡
Sto reci...slika govori vise od rijeci...potpuna koncentracija...poluzatvorene oci...zavodnicki osmijeh...osjecajno doziranje parmezana...ljubav, hedonizam, strast ili samo glad??? All in one...slika kao dokaz moje neraskidive ljubavi prema hrani...
My first attempt to make this crazy delicious Georgian breakfast 😋🍴 Khachapuri (Georgian: ხაჭაპური [xɑtʃʼɑpʼuri]from ხაჭო xach'o "curds" + პური p'uri"bread") is a traditional Georgian dish of cheese-filled bread. The bread is leavened and allowed to rise, and is shaped in various ways, usually with cheese in the middle and a crust which is ripped off and used to dip in the cheese. The filling contains cheese (fresh or aged, most commonly sulguni), eggs and other ingredients. It is Georgia's national dish.
According to a 2009 survey, 88% of Georgians prefer khachapuri to pizza. As a Georgian staple food, the price of making khachapuri is used as a measure of inflation in different Georgian cities by the Khachapuri index, developed by the International School of Economics at Tbilisi State University.
There are several distinctive types of khachapuri in Georgian food from different regions of Georgia:
Imeretian (Imeruli) khachapuri, which is circular and probably the most common type.Adjarian (Acharuli/Adjaruli) khachapuri, in which the dough is formed into an open boat shape and the hot pie is topped with a raw egg and a pat of butter before serving.Mingrelian (Megruli) khachapuri, similar to Imeritian but with more cheese added on top.Achma, from Abkhazia, which has multiple layers and looks more like a sauceless lasagna.Gurian (Guruli) khachapuri has boiled eggs inside the dough and looks like a calzone. Arguably, it is not a type of khachapuri. Gurians make them for Christmas and call them simply 'Christmas pie'. In the rest of Georgia, it is called 'Gurian pie'.Ossetian (Osuri) khachapuri, which has potato, as well as cheese in its filling. It is commonly called Khabizgini.Then Svanuri khachapuri, Rachuli khachapuri, Penovani khachapuri...but Adjaruli is my favorite! 😍
It was reported that 175,000 khachapuris were consumed during the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi.
ono kad se sjetis sjajne kombinacije za burger, ali zaboravis fotic pa fotkas s mobitelom. gledate u azijskog ljepotana s five spiceom, mladim lukom, dzumbirom i soja sosom, korijandrom, s miso majonezom, daikonom, klicama graha, mikrozelenjem rotkvice i cikle. + fermentirani crni ljuti i hoisin umak. ++ crno pecivo s kikirikijem i crnim sezamom. (sve umake i zacine uzela sam u @pekinska_patka 🖤) #burger#asianburger#asianfusion#blackfood#gastrohr#journalhr#dobrahrana#onthetable#feedfeed#f52grams