Magic cake

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Magic cake

It was the words "magic", "miracle" that was described by my familiar recipe, which I found and does not dare to do, because it will not work anyway. Decided to try. This is a miracle! On another you will not name.

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edients are mixed in one bowl, poured into a mold and during baking - magic: the mixture is stratified into 3 layers. The top layer, the first is the most delicate biscuit. The second is an oil-cream cream. The third, lower - a mass that looks like jelly from a custard. Very gentle, hearty, words can not convey, in one word a miracle. Once again I am convinced: "Not the composition of products, but the nuances of cooking provide an ideal result"

Milk - 480 ml
Egg of chicken - 4 pieces
Sugar powder - 130 g
Water - 1 tbsp. l.
Butter - 125 g
Flour - 115 g
Salt (pinch)
Citric acid (at the tip of the knife)

Form 20 * 20 grease with oil. Switch on the oven 180 degrees.
In a separate bowl, melt the butter (I did in a micro), it should be melted, but not hot.
Separate yolks from proteins.
In a bowl of proteins, add citric acid and salt, put the whisk to dense peaks (well, who has a harvester or mixer on the stand, my husband, as he calls himself "Bosch 900", many removable attachments)
In a bowl of yolks, add sugar powder, water, beat to a creamy state.
In a bowl to yolks whisk slowly to introduce oil, carefully beat up (at this time put the milk on the stove and heat up to 70 degrees, I decided that it should be so).
Introduce sifted flour, vanillin.
In the bowl, whisk in the milk, beat thoroughly.
By this time, the whites are whipped.
Add 1/3 of the protein thoroughly whisk, then just as with all the proteins (in 3 steps).
Pour the mixture into a mold.
Bake for 55-60 minutes.
Cool it down.
Put in the refrigerator for at least 2 hours.
Cut into pieces, decorate with powdered sugar.


... a duet for violin and viola!

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 ... a duet for violin and viola!

Mozart was very warm and with great respect for his older colleague Johann Michael Haydn (1737-1806) (the younger brother of the composer Joseph Haydn), with whom they were in Salzburg together in the service of Archbishop Colredo. And in the following years, when Mozart left Salzburg, he did not lose contact with a friend and colleague. Biographers of both composers like to give the following story. In the autumn of 1783, after arriving in Salzburg from Vienna, Mozart learned that Coloredo had commissioned Michael Gaydn for six duets for violin and viola.

Haydn was seriously ill, did not get out of bed and therefore could not finish the work, writing only 4 duets. The archbishop refused to pay the fee until he received the entire series, so Haydn sat completely without money. Mozart entered the position of a sick comrade and in just a few days he wrote 2 missing duets, sending them to the customer signed by Michael Haydn. Probably, the archbishop did not learn about this "forgery" until his death.
Characteristically, both duets of Mozart are often performed and recorded, while Haydn duets are not known to the general public.

Duet for violin and viola G-dur, KV 423 (1783)
Duo for violin & amp; viola in G major, KV 423

Duet for violin and viola B-dur, KV 424 (1783)
Duo for violin & amp; viola in B flat major, KV 424

David Samoilov "Duet for violin and viola" ...

reads K. Raikin

Mozart in light sweat
I walked home.
There was a wonderful excitement,
It's a crazy day.
He looked with a cheerful eye
On people
Composer Mozart Wolfgang
Around him was a linden leaf
Easy ringing.
'Tara-tara, tili-tiki, -
He thought.
Yes! Company, drinks,
But the duet for the violin
And viola.
Let take his art
How much is the feeling
And mind!
Composer Mozart Wolfgang,
It's a lot, -
How much is required, as much
And give ...
Ox, and there will be A Sadamasa Motonaga art for sale

At home.
And for a whole week -
Black ice.
Not a word, no smile.
But the duet for the violin
And viola.
Yes! Pay should be
On the World
For the fun and joy
At the feast,
For wine and for mistakes -
But the duet for the violin
And the alto!

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Emerald hills and malachite dunes: the natural magic of the Palouse region, USA

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Emerald hills and malachite dunes: the natural magic of the Palouse region, USA

The fertile land of the agricultural region of Palouse, located in the northwest of the United States, is a true miracle of nature. Juicy meadows resemble a disturbing sea or a divorce of pastel colors of a talented artist. In the palette of the artist-nature this time was the green of the hills and dunes, as well as the rich dark color of fertile soil. Palouse - a real paradise for photographers, but still this area remains almost unknown.

Palouse farmland covers t Nicolas Carone paintings

he southeastern part of Washington, the north-central part of Idaho and even extends to the south and north-east of Oregon. The Palouse is located south of the town of Spokane, with an area of ​​about 3000 sq. M. miles, here grow wheat and legumes.

The original picturesque silt dunes Palouse formed thousands of years ago during the ice age. On the territory of the modern Palouse numerous hills have formed, which represent a chaotic alternation of hills and valleys. The steepest slopes can be located at a slope of 50% in relation to the slope, and the minimum range of heights from 5 to 130 cm in depth.

Unlike other prairies of North America, the Palouse is a naturally formed part of the ecosystem: here the land was not burned out and the cattle were not grazed massively. In the Palouse, originally there were endless meadows, but with the advent of European settlers in the 19th century, intensive agriculture began to flourish. The consumer attitude of the agrarians led to the fact that there are practically no local plants left on the Palouse, most of the prairies today are reserved for farmers' fields, in addition, small towns appeared here.

Unfortunately, human activity once again jeopardized the existence of the picturesque prairies of the Palouse. Everything that still reminds us of the former endless beauty is unique plants that lonely run along the paved roads and railroad tracks, on the outskirts of plowed fields and equipped pastures, along the remaining rivulets and in open areas by miraculously unmade pine forests.