Time to cook: 40 minutes
Total Servings: 2
Dedicated to my grandmother.
Folk music in many countries can not be imagined without the harmonica. Oh, how sad that the harmonica is almost never seen in our lives. When I was a child, about 20 years ago, the guests at my grandmother's house dashingly danced, sang, laughed and cried to the harmonica. And everything was very warm and homely, despite the modest decorations of the rooms and the simplicity of the table: boiled potatoes, mashed turnips, soaked salted radishes - my grandfather's specialty, such a simple culinary range of tastes. But my grandmother's brother, the accordionist, was gone, and the fun was no more.....
Grandmother dreamed that her grandson would grow up to be an accordionist, but one chose the piano and the other the violin. So now we invite accordionists from outside and only on anniversaries.
You'll say you see an accordion in the photo, but in my grandmother's mind, anything with furs that slides apart and makes the melodies she loves so much is an accordion. After all, the harmonica is called the older sister of the accordion and accordion. Do you know how many of them there are?? Tula, Saratov, "Turtle", Bologoyevskaya, Beloborodovskaya, Kasimovskaya, St. Petersburg (the forerunner of the bayan), Mari marla, Vyatka, Livenka, rusyanka, Yeletskaya grand piano (the forerunner of the accordion), Siberian, hromka, Tatar, kubos, psheene, komuz, choice Azerbaijani, German and Vienna, single and double rows.
Did you know that the harmonica is a German invention?? But it is so beloved in Russia, that we consider it originally Russian, native, as a wooden whistle, balalaika, birch bark (birch bark puffins) and wooden spoons. Dances, misery, ditties. Say any of these names, and immediately recalls the harmonica. A harmonica and a folk song always bring people together, unite them, make them feel relaxed. And in good spirits even the simplest meals are perceived as the most delicious culinary range of tastes.
Ingredients and taste: Salt, Black Pepper, Sugar, Butter, Hot, Coriander, Sweet, Water, Salty, Vegetables, Curcuma, Radish, Side dish, Vegetable side dish
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