Tastes of Danube – Bread Connects

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Welcome to our Christmas Tree 2017! Here you can find many information about Christmas Traditions in the Danube Countries, Videos with greetings and delicious receipts: http://bread-connects.tastes-of-danube.eu/christmas/ Just click at the Christmas Tree Balls in order to find out more!   For example Nr.1: THE CHRISTMAS TREE TRADITION IN GERMANY It is usually a fir or […]

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The teacher Martin Kalamkovic and his pupils prepared together Proja for friends. They send us the recipe and let us know by a presentation how to do it: RECIPE: •    200grams cornflour and 100g flour •    half bags of baking powder •    1dl of sunflower oil (in Serbia we use sunflower oil, although can be […]

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Good bread is delicious – some butter and the taste is fantastic. Unfortunately, there are many people who have to deal with different intolerances or hypersensitivities – wheat or gluten containing food. So, baking gluten-free bread is worth trying. So far, I have tried several versions but my own creations are not competitive with “real” […]

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  There was a rich exhibition of ritual breads mixed by members of the Association. A presentation was presented on the topic “A Tale of Bread” by Desislava Bozhidarova – Ethnographer at the Regional History Museum – Vidin. The presentation included traditions in replacing ritual breads for various occasions and holidays. A video was then […]

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on October 14th students from both schools Primary School “St. Cyril and Methodius” – Silistra and School “Carol I” – Ostrov, Romania made bread. Students from Primary school “St. Cyril and Methodius” – Silistra visited bread bakery “Tulcha” where they made bread in kind of forms – like turtles, flowers, bread with old family stamp etc. […]

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During the Bread Baking Week there was organized an excursion to the Museum of Vojvodina in Novi Sad (Serbia). The many centuries of mutual connections between the Slavic, Ugro-Finnic and Germanic peoples in the Pannonian and Danube Basin regions have led to the joint life of numerous ethnic groups on the territory of present day […]

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During the week of making, baking and sharing bread in the village Pivnice, in municipality of Backa Palanka (Serbia) a Intergenerational Serbian-Slovak workshop of making bread and pastries were organized with many participants from several local organisations. Children from foster families together with representatives of the Gerontology Center, the Club of Slovak women from Pivnica, […]

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“Bread connects!” – We liked this idea and thus wanted to participate, especially because some of our participants come from Danube countries. Besides two Brazilians and one Albanian, there are three Romanians and one Hungarian taking part in the course. On 25th October 2017, instead of a German class at the classroom, we met at […]

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On 22nd October 2017, during their journey through Moldova, the Danube-Networkers from Ulm visited the Geriatric Hospital with palliative unit which is the only one of its kind in Moldova. Mrs. Elena Stempovscaia, founder of this hospital unit, and young doctors accompanied the group through the rooms which once were the first Jewish hospital in […]

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The two German teachers of N. Gogol High School in Chisinau, Anastasia Creciun and Irina Zaharova learnt about the action “Bread connects. Give a sign of friendship” during a visit of the Networkers from Ulm at Pedagogic University Ion Creanga. They, together with their classes, were thrilled about the idea to connect people along the […]

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