Not the best memories of children.
Food nightmares haunted the Soviet child in the kindergarten, in the pioneer camp, in the school cafeteria. Children were not even interested in that food prepared for them by unscrupulous aunt in smelly tanks, never dirty pans, but cooking fat was the weight of used oil, the years merge into one pan, which is then scooped whatever was left in the brew. The children didn’t understand, they just did not taste good! Would understand – would have grown veg.
Soup and pickle
Probably the most awful what those la soupe – the overwhelming aroma of dirty rags. Plus sometimes spoon cling boiled chicken by-products. Brrr..
Soup with eyes
Take a jar of sardines with eyes in tomato sauce and some potatoes, poured all that boiling water, cook until soft potatoes. Gourmets can add when cooking the onion and Bay leaf, quite the foodies – and even barley.
Legendary in their inedible porridge. Lucky for those who on top of throwing betachek of sour bread and fat scrolled, laced with tomato paste. The great theorist of cuisine Pokhlebkin was told that if this wonderful grits simmer for many hours in the milk, and even water-bath, it can turn cool. But this was necessary?
I have heard and even seen fans of rice porridge, but even they put aside their plates if cereal gave burning – and burning it in aluminum cans is almost always
In General, goroshnitsa can be delicious, if it is to Refine the fried onions, bacon, smoked bacon and spices. But who will be on it to fool your childhood kitchen? What will – and will eat.
Otusanya-boiled until smooth mass with a few patches of carrots. Combined with the fried liver of the rubber that was just a culinary masterpiece
Under milk soup was meant pasta boiled in milk. At least, that was tasteless, high – shockingly, the milk would burn. And burn it is always.
Fish oil was the only delicacy which was the pig-cooks, but he remained a favorite torture tool “vospitali”. However, I knew a boy who was very fond of fish oil, and even asked the other children to give him their rations.
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