The potatoes, initially in Cristi's recipe, must be baked in the oven. I, because I was in a hurry, after I washed them thoroughly (that is, they are not peeled, but this must be washed with a kitchen sponge), I put them in boiling salted water for 15 minutes. That is, to be cooked about three-quarters. Let it cool, cut it in half, dig out the core (but leave some potatoes in the holes) with a teaspoon.
We put the hollowed-out core in a bowl and crush it with a fork. Add salt and pepper to taste, 1 tablespoon mascarpone and cheese. Mix the composition and fill the cloves. We leave a hollow in the middle in which we will put sour cream mixed with finely grated cheese. Place the potatoes in a tray with baking paper, season a little on top with salt and freshly ground pepper. Put the tray in the hot oven at 170-180 degrees for 15-20 minutes until the potatoes are lightly browned on top.
Byron Bay, the enclave of celebrities during the pandemic
"We had some celebrities wondering about it and some sports stars. In my opinion, it's the best house in Byron Bay. It was not surprising that we got a quick sale, ”said Michael Coombs, a real estate agent at LJ Hooker Avn who sold the property for millions of dollars.
Byron Bay has become an enclave of celebrities in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, with many of Australia's wealthy residents flocking to the beach town due to international travel bans. Zac has been living quietly in Byron Bay for the past few months.
Zac Efron's girlfriend and dating history
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Is Zac Efron dating anyone right now or is he alone !?
Looks like he's alone! Efron and Valladares reportedly met in the summer of 2020, when Valladares was working as a waitress at Byron Bay General Store & Cafe. In April 2019, the news appeared that Efron and the model broke up. Zac recently broke up with Vanessa. She just didn't feel well for him anymore, a source explained PEOPLE . Meanwhile, an insider said We weekly that Efron is about to start a busy year of filming and wanted to take a clean break now.
Zac Efron met Halston Sage
Efron rekindled his romance with Halston Sage after parting Sarah Bro , conform We weekly . An insider told the media in January 2019 that neighborhood Costari was in a serious and in love relationship, adding that they spent their holidays together, part of that time in Santa Barbara.
Efron and Sage had been linked in 2014, according to a source E! News in April that they were definitely an element. The source said: “They saw each other a little during the filming together and since he went to rehabilitation they got much closer. Her friends love him and say he is so sweet. He's very good with her. Although until July 2014, We weekly reported that Efron was alone again.
He also met Sarah Bro
Efron and the Olympic swimmer were seen together at the UFC 235 fight in March 2019. An eyewitness said E! News the moment the couple looked like they were having a great time and smiling and laughing in their seats before the show. In any case, We weekly confirmed in January 2019 that the duo gave up after less than a year. The relationship did not work, a source revealed We weekly . He returned to L.A. and it didn't start.
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And Alexandra Daddario
In March 2018, said a source PEOPLE that Baywatch the stars had seen each other since they worked together on their film, but they noticed that they were not officially meeting. Alexandra Daddario he had previously addressed rumors about meetings E! News in May 2017, we work closely together he is my loving interest in film. I understand why people would go crazy after something like that, but Zac and I are very good friends. But , she joked, yes, we would have blue-eyed children, wouldn't we?
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Did Zac Efron meet Sami Miró?
Yes! After almost two years of meetings, HSM alum split by Sami Miró in April 2016. According to E! News , they did not have the same feelings for each other as when they began to meet. An insider revealed that Zac had decided to end things. It was not an easy breakup, the source explained. Distance and work schedules hindered their relationship, and Zac wanted to focus on his career.
Zac Efron and Michelle Rodriguez had an affair
Michelle Rodriguez and Efron enjoyed a summer adventure in 2014. The two were photographed kissing in Sardinia, Italy in July, but by August, sources confirmed PEOPLE that Hollywood stars broke up. It was very reciprocal, said one person inside.
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Did Zac Efron and Lily Collins meet?
Long before he starred in Netflix's Extremely bad, shockingly bad and vile , Lily Collins and Efron were seen in data in 2019 and 2013, per PEOPLE . Years later, the actress talked about her friendship with Efron E! News In 2019, I used to report for Nickelodeon, so I literally interviewed him at an orange carpet event years ago. We've been friends ever since, so we got to work together.
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Let's not forget, Zac Efron and Vanessa Hudgens
Never forget Troy and Gabriella! Efron and Vanessa Hudgens , who played the on-screen couple on Disney Channel High school musical , met in 2019 while auditioning for the film.
On The Hollywood reporter In the 2019 Awards Chatter podcast, Hudgens revealed that her and Efron's story, which began in 2005, began truly organically. We created a connection from the very beginning, she shared (via PEOPLE ). I said, "We do this, it's us or nothing."
HSM the girlfriends continued to play in 2007 Music High School 2 and 2008 Music High School 3 . The dissolution of Efron and Hudgens was reported in December 2010. A source said PEOPLE at that time, they are 100% good friends. However, in 2017, Hudgens admitted that she and Efron were not in contact. She said Go to Hollywood , I completely lost touch with him.
Then take a look back at Jennifer Lopez's Exii!
Random historical facts
81. 46 BC it lasted 445 days and is the longest year in human history. Nicknamed the year of confusion, this year had two additional leap months inserted by Julius Caesar. This was done to make his new Julian Calendar match the seasonal year.
82. Back in Colonial America, slaves could gain their freedom through trials. Although there was little chance of success, winning in court meant that the slave was now a citizen. Since slaves often did not have family names and needed a family name to be citizens, they were often given only the family name "Freeman".
83. The Leaning Tower of Pisa was never straight. Known for its four-degree weakness, this Italian bell tower was built in the 12th century. When the construction of the second floor began, the tower began to bend, due to the unstable terrain on which it was built.
84. Iceland has the oldest parliament in the world in history. Named Althing, it was established in 930 and has remained Iceland's interim parliament ever since.
85. Alexander the Great named over 70 cities after him. Alexander the Great conquered over 2 million square miles of the Earth's surface by the age of 30, so naming cities after him was well deserved.
86. Cleopatra was the first member of her dynasty to speak ancient Egyptian. She was also able to speak 8 other languages, including Ancient Greek, Ancient Iranian, Ancient Parthian, Syriac, Ethiopian, Troglodytes, Hebrew, and Arabic.
87. The national school lunch program in America in 1946 was due to World War II. This is due to the fact that the government realized by offering children free meals, that it would have a healthier pool sketch if it ever needed it again.
88. Paul Tibbets, pilot alEnola Gaythe plane that dropped the first nuclear bomb on Hiroshima had no burial or tombstone. When he was close to death, Tibbets decided he did not want a funeral or a tombstone because he feared it would become a place for nuclear weapons to protest. Instead, he was cremated and his ashes were scattered over the English Channel.
89. In medieval England, the word ask was pronounced ax. This pronunciation of the word was even presented in the first English translation of the Bible: Ax and will be given.
90. In 1710, Native American leaders traveled to Britain to visit Queen Anne. The four Mohawk kings of one of the five nations of the Iroquois Confederacy and the Algonquian peoples were treated with high honor as diplomats. Transported through the streets of London in the Royal Carriages, they were greeted in person by the Queen herself at St. Mary's Palace Court. James.
91. The 7.62 mm rifle bullet was created 129 years ago. The AK47 ammunition was developed by the Russian Empire in 1891. Originally designed for the Mosin-Nagant screw rifle, this ammunition is still in use today.
92. Shakespeare provoked the joke of my mother. In his play,Titus Andronic, one of the characters, Chiron, exclaims that you disbanded your mother, to which another character, Aaron, Villain answers, I did to your mother.
93. Hollywood moved from New York to Los Angeles to get rid of Edison's patents. Thomas Edison had patents on over 1,000 different things, including most of the technology needed to make high-quality films. So, independent filmmakers moved to California, an area of the country where judges were not as friendly with Edison and his patents.
94. Charles Darwin invented his own office chair. The famous researcher discovered that in his study area, he will have to go through the rigmarola of going from desk to desk, desk to desk. So, to maximize his productivity and save him valuable study time, he decided to attach wheels to his luxurious armchair.
95. Rome's Circus Maximum is still the largest capacity sports arena ever built. It was used for the execution of prisoners, part of the Roman Triumph and chariot races. Historians believe that Circus Maximum could number between 150,000 and 250,000 people at any one time.
96. The Spartans were so rich that no one had to work. Ancient Sparta was an extremely rich country. Mainly due to the conquest and domination of their neighbors, the elots. When a Spartan boy came of age and became a man, the Spartan state granted him an allocation of public agricultural land. They also rewarded him with a constituent of the Helot slaves for working him.
97. The ancient Egyptian pharaohs used their slaves as biters. They frothed their slaves in honey, which attracted any flies to their slaves rather than themselves, as well as catching and killing flies.
98. During a Roman Triumph, soldiers sang naughty songs about their commanders to amuse the crowds. A Roman Triumph was a kind of parade in which a Roman general and his army would walk the streets, celebrating that they had conquered new territory for Rome. There were many holiday customs that took place during a Triumph. One of them was that the returning Roman soldiers sang crude and similar chants about their commanders, to the amusement of the crowds.
99. Despite the legend, George Washington had no wooden teeth! The first American president had luxury dentures that were made of gold, lead and ivory, as well as a mixture of animal and human teeth!
100. The term saved by the bell does not come from burying people alive. Because of the bells attached to the coffins that day, people mistakenly assume that the term saved by the bell comes from the fact that people are saved by these coffin bells. However, the term actually comes from boxing.
101. A man survived both the atomic bombing of Hiroshima and later Nagasaki. Tsutomu Yamaguchi was a 29-year-old naval engineer on a three-month business trip to Hiroshima. He survived the atomic bomb on August 6, 1945, despite being less than 3 kilometers from zero. On August 7, he boarded a train back to his hometown of Nagasaki. On August 9, while he was with colleagues at an office building, another boom broke the sound barrier. A flash of white light filled the sky. Yamaguchi came out of the wreckage with only minor injuries in addition to his current injuries. He had survived two nuclear explosions in two days.
102. Since the end of the First World War, more than 1,000 people have died as a result of unexploded bombs. During the Great War, about 200 kilograms of explosives were thrown per square meter of territory on the western front. However, not all of these shells exploded. Since 1919, more than 1,000 civilians and ammunition collectors have died as a result of their explosions in France and Belgium.
103. Albert Einstein refused the presidency of Israel. Einstein was not a citizen of Israel. However, he was Jewish. The German-born physicist was offered the job, but turned it down in 1952, saying: I am deeply moved by the offer made by our state of Israel and, suddenly, sad and ashamed that I cannot accept it. All my life I have been dealing with objective matters, therefore I lack both the natural aptitude and the experience to treat people properly and to exercise official functions.
104. Thomas Edison did not invent most of the things he patented. It is fair to say that Edison was one of the most notorious intellectual property thieves in the world. Of the 1,093 things a patent filed, he stole most of the geniuses such as Nikola Tesla, Wilhelm Rontgen and Joseph Swan (who originally invented the light bulb!).
105. Genghis Khan was tolerant of all religions. One was his interest in learning philosophy and moral lessons from other religions. Despite being a tengrist, he often consulted with Buddhist monks, Muslims, Christian missionaries, and Taoist monks.
106. Captain Morgan was a real person! The face of the much-loved rum brand was a Welsh privateer who fought against the Spaniards alongside the British in the Caribbean. His full name was Sir Henry Morgan and he was knighted by King Charles II.
107. Turkeys were once revered as gods. The Maya people believed that turkeys were the vessels of the gods and honored them with worship.
108. Fox Tossing was once a popular sport. Popular with the elite of Europe in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries, throwing the fox would involve a person throwing a fox as far and as high as he could!
109. The saying fly on the handle dates back to the 1800s. It is a saying that refers to cheap ax heads that fly their handles when swinging back in front of a ridge
110. 4% of Normandy beaches are made up of shrapnel from D-Day landings. More than 5,000 tonnes of bombs were dropped by the Allies on Axis powers as part of the prelude to Normandy landings. Scientists who studied the sand on the beaches of Normandy and found microscopic pieces of smooth shrapnel from the landings.
111. A Japanese fighter pilot once threw wreaths over the ocean to commemorate the deaths on both sides during World War II. During a naval battle in the Pacific Ocean in December 1940, two Royal Navy ships, HMS Prince of Wales and HMS Repulse, were sunk by Japanese fighters. The next day, Japanese flight lieutenant Haruki Iki flew to the scene of the battle and threw two wreaths over the seas.
112. An ancient text called the Voynich Manuscript still confuses scientists. Handwritten in an unknown language, the Voynich Manuscript was dated to carbon between 1404 and 1438. Hundreds of cryptographers and code-breaking machines have tried to decipher it over the years, without anyone being able to decipher it. understand the meaning or origin.
113. The weapon of the Eastern Roman Empire called the Greek Fire was used in ship-mounted flamethrowers. This weapon was so unique and deadly that throwing water on it would only fuel the fire. It was mostly used in naval warfare because large flamethrowers needed to use its projectile could be better housed by ships than by infantry.
114. During the First World War, the French built a fake Paris. Complete with a duplicate of the Champs-Elysées and Gard Du Nord, this fake Paris was built by the French towards the end of the First World War. It was built as a means of dropping German bombers and fighter pilots flying over the French sky.
115. Since 1945, all British tanks have been equipped with tea making facilities. With 30 tanks destroyed by the Germans while British soldiers took a 15-minute tea break, the British high command figured out if the tank crews could make a drink on the move, then they would not be likely to be caught with pants down and boils from the enemy.
116. Shrapnel is named after its inventor. British Army Officer Henry Shrapnel was the first person to invent an anti-personnel weapon that could carry a large number of bullets to his target before releasing them.
117. The reign of Cleopatra was closer to the monthly landings than to the construction of the Great Pyramid. The Kingdom of Egypt ruled from 51 BC. until 30 BC, about 2,500 years after the Great Pyramid of Giza was built and about 2,000 years before the first monthly landings in 1969.
118. In ancient Greece, the wearing of skirts was masculine. In fact, the Greeks considered the pants to be effeminate and made fun of any man who wore them.
119. The United Kingdom Government collected postcards as information for D-Day landings. This was an exercise in collecting information. Initiated by Lieutenant General Frederick Morgan, he sought the hardest beaches to defend. The postcards were sent to the war office and helped to be part of the decision to choose Normandy as the location for possible D-Day landings.
120. The Vikings were the first people to discover America. Half a millennium before Christopher Columbus, the Viking chief Leif Eriksson of Greenland landed on the island of Newfoundland in 1,000 AD. The Vikings under Leif Eriksson established Newfoundland, as well as discovered and established Labrador further north in Canada.
121. The Colosseum was originally clad entirely in marble. When you visit or see the Colosseum these days, you will notice how the stone exterior seems to be covered with square dots all over its surface. The reason for the markings is that, after the fall of Rome, the city was looted and looted by the Goths. They took all the marble from the Colosseum and stripped it to its bare stone decoration.
122. Augustus Caesar was the richest man who ever lived in history. The grandson and heir of Julius Caesar, Emperor Augustus had an estimated net worth of $ 0.46 trillion when he counted on inflation.
123. Only 6 people died in the Great Fire of London. It seems that the great fire of 1666 made its way to a baker's oven and caused massive damage in the city of London. However, despite the destruction of more than 13,500 homes and the relocation of 80,000 people, it took the lives of only 6 unhappy Londoners.
124. Count Dracula was inspired by a real person. The titular count relied on none other than his own historian Vlad Țepeșul. As monarch of Wallachia, a Romanian region of Transylvania, Vlad soon made a frightening reputation by killing and pushing the still-shaken bodies of his enemies on long sticks he planted outside his castle.
125. The US Army in World War II is the largest army in history. Due in part to growing American patriotism and recruiting, the U.S. military numbered 12,000,000 troops by the end of the war in 1945.
RECIPES New potatoes with cream
If you are in a time crisis and you have a few potatoes in the pantry, we offer you a simple recipe:
500 g new potatoes
300 ml sm & acircnt & acircnă
250 ml chicken soup
1-2 ties fresh dill
METHOD OF PREPARATION
New potatoes with sm & acircnt & acircnă & ndash & ndash an extremely tasty recipe where you do not have to use expensive or hard to find ingredients, which will be to the liking of the whole family. Whether you make it as a stand-alone meal or as a side dish, new smoked potatoes are the perfect choice in the spring-summer period.
New potatoes, in shell, should be washed in 4-5 waters. Then boil them in chicken broth. Add salt from the beginning, because that way the potatoes will stay whole. Let them boil until they are half cooked and the chicken soup decreases enough to absorb all the tasty aroma of the chicken. Get off the fire.
Separately beat the yolk & icircn sm & acircnt & acircnă and then pour the combination over the potatoes, mix & acircnd & icircncet. If the soup boils while we are pouring it, it is very possible that it will corrode (burn), so it is very important to remove the pot from the heat in time.
Add the finely chopped dill. Leave it on a very low heat until the potatoes are completely boiled. Serve cool (never hot).