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Mátészalka

western-style supermarket called Profi, near the TESCO. Alkotmány u. 2 a. There is Alfi-ker a kind of transition between an East-block grocery store and a western supermarket, established in the late 1990s. Jármi út 6. +36-44-500-591 Eat There are many restaurants in the city center and the streets leading up to the railway station. Fast food can be obtained in the TESCO and on the flea-market. You can also try a very cheap and very Eastern concept of "fast food": Go into a store, buy some rolls, cheese and sausage, and eat them! Down it with Hungarian beer! *'''Kékfrankos Restaurant''', Kölcsey utca 8., +36-44-300-369. A restaurant near the railway station, offering traditional Hungarian and Central-European dishes and quality wine. *'''Nefelejcs Csárda''', Kórház utca 5. A csárda (traditional Hungarian guesthouse) offering typical Hungarian fare. *'''Szatmár Restaurant''', Kölcsey u. 46. *'''Kristály Hotel and Restaurant''', Eötvös u. 17, +36-44-312-036 *'''Provolone Pizzeria''', Kölcsey u. 37., +36-44-418-814 *'''Provolone Vendéglő és Terasz''', Kölcsey u. 35., +36-44-310-736 *'''Borostyán Restaurant Rió Mulató''', Hősök tere 8., +36-44-311-429 *'''Flamingó Restaurant and Pizzeria''', Hősök tere 4. +36-44-310-421 *'''Chinese Restaurant''', Kölcsey u. 36. In the winter, a '''Disznóvágás''' (pig-butchering) takes place in some households, which is similar to the Sautanz of Burgenland,Austria but using less advanced technology. Take note though, that here, it is usually a private party of sorts between family and close friends and there are no restaurants and buffets which sell the products of the Disznóvágás to strangers. One reason for this is that nowadays, pig-butcherings are sporadic, except in smaller villages in the region, and because of this, there arent't enough Disznóvágás products available at once to host such eateries. Another rural and suburban partylike-event connected to eating is '''Szalonnasütés''' (literally: bacon-roasting), which is enjoyed by many people. It is similar to the Anglo-American tradition of sitting around the campfire and roasting marshmallows, but here, instead of marshmallows, a thick slab of Hungarian bacon (more fatty than what Westerners might think of when they think of bacon) is roasted over the fire until it starts dripping fat, then it is quickly held over a slice of white bread and the fat drips onto the bread. This is repeated until the bread is well-spread with the dripped fat. After this, the fatty bread is sprinkled with Hungarian paprika, topped with onions and eaten. If the bacon is not burnt too much, it is eaten too. Nowadays, jacket potatoes, slices of meat, sausage, and corn on the cob is also sometimes roasted in the fire, and sometimes even marshmallows, as Hungary becomes more globalized. Drink Various taverns, clubs, discos. The town is pretty small, dare to explore! * WikiPedia:Mátészalka


Duchy of Mantua

Paleologa, Margravine of Montferrat, in 1531. Accordingly, the baby Maria's claims were asserted and dowager duchess Margaret required to be made her regent in Montferrat. In 1662, Bartolomeo Stefani, chef to the Duchy of Mantua, published ''L'Arte di Ben Cucinare''. He was the first to offer a section on ''vitto ordinario'' ("ordinary food"). The book described a banquet given by Duke Charles (Charles III, Duke of Mantua) for Queen Christina of Sweden, with details of the food


Villa de Etla

Whipperman first Bruce publisher Moon Handbooks page 677 url http: books.google.com books?id KqeXfoJMVHUC&pg PA677&lpg PA677&dq Villa+de+Etla&source bl&ots JmLkcBO1ME&sig xF8yuhEvsDDFcClNfJKJvExVX64&hl es&ei xBj0TYSNHbPRiAKm_r3sBg&sa X&oi book_result&ct result&resnum 10&ved 0CFUQ6AEwCTjMAw#v onepage&q Villa%20de%20Etla&f false Another specialty is goat barbacoa cooked in earthen ovens. ref name "food">


Novorossiysk

at Devonport (HMNB Devonport), but was briefly recommissioned in 1929. On 22 August 1931 the ship was sold for scrap at Morecambe. *'''June 4''': In a unanimous vote, the United Nations Security Council renews for another 180-day period its "oil for food" (Oil for food) initiative with Iraq. Under the resolution, Iraq may sell $2 billion worth of oil to buy food, medicine and other necessities to alleviate civilian suffering under the sanctions imposed when it invaded Kuwait in 1990. (WP) *'''July 22''': The first shipments of oil produced from Kazakhstan's Tengiz field (Tengiz Field) arrive at terminals on the Black Sea in Novorossiysk (Russia) and Batumi (Georgia) for subsequent export through the Bosphoros Strait. Volumes total between 100,000 and wikipedia:Novorossiysk


History of the Ryukyu Islands

killed over small amounts of food. "At midnight, soldiers would wake up Okinawans and take them to the beach. Then they chose Okinawans at random and threw hand grenades at them." Massive casualties in the Yaeyama Islands caused the Japanese military to force people to evacuate from their towns to the mountains, even though malaria was prevalent there. Fifty-four percent of the island's population died due to starvation and disease


Chilliwack

Commons:Category:Chilliwack, British Columbia Wikipedia:Chilliwack, British Columbia


Yehud Medinata

country subdivisions Category:Ancient Israel and Judah Category:Ancient Jewish Persian history Category:Return to Zion Category:States and territories established in 539 BC Category:Political entities in the Land of Israel Both Christianity and Judaism have been affected by the diverse cultures of their respective members. For example, what Jews from Eastern Europe and from North Africa consider "Jewish food" has more in common with the cuisines of non-Jewish


Chaozhou

History The mansion belonged to Chaozhou-born businessman Tan Yeok Nee (Tan Hiok Nee) who built it in 1885. It is the only survivor of the ''Four Mansions'' (四大厝) built in the late 19th century. Tan Yeok Nee (Tan Hiok Nee) was born in 1827. To escape poverty in his village, he came to the region of Southeast Asia then known as ''Nanyang'' where he traded textiles. Later, he planted pepper (Black pepper) and spices in Johor and became a port owner. In addition, Tan joint ventured with another Teochew (Teochew people) tycoon, Tan Seng Bo, and Chang, a Hoklo (Hoklo (ethnic group)) (Hokkien) leader, in the then legal opium and liquor trades. Three years later, Tan Yeok Nee (Tan Hiok Nee) immigrated to Singapore, where he built this "House of Administration". He soon amassed a great fortune through his involvement with his trades and the ownership of lucrative property. birth_name Wong Oi Chi (王愛之) ancestry Chaozhou, Guangdong origin Hong Kong Business Nearly all the Cantonese restaurants provide yum cha, dim sum, dishes, and banquets with their business varying between the hour of the day. Some restaurants try to stand out by becoming more specialised (focusing on hot pot dishes or seafood, for example), while others offer dishes from other Chinese cuisines such as Szechuan, Shanghai, Fujian (Teochew (Chaozhou) cooking, a regional variation of Guangzhou is similar to that of Fujian), Hakka (Hakka cuisine), and many others. The sauce was developed by the company's founder, David Tran (Chen (surname)) (Trần), an ethnic Chinese (Hoa) Vietnamese farmer (born c. 1945) who had grown


Batumi

called Koridethi. This was a village near the Black Sea, near today's Batumi in Georgia (Georgia (country)). There should still be some ruins of a monastery. Notes in the Gospel indicate dates from ca. 965 CE on. At around this time, according to a note, the book has been rebound. The book was there until around 1300 CE. *'''June 4''': In a unanimous vote, the United Nations Security Council renews for another 180-day period its "oil for food" (Oil for food) initiative with Iraq. Under the resolution, Iraq may sell $2 billion worth of oil to buy food, medicine and other necessities to alleviate civilian suffering under the sanctions imposed when it invaded Kuwait in 1990. (WP) *'''July 22''': The first shipments of oil produced from Kazakhstan's Tengiz field (Tengiz Field) arrive at terminals on the Black Sea in Novorossiysk (Russia) and Batumi (Georgia) for subsequent export through the Bosphoros Strait. Volumes total between 100,000 and WikiPedia:Batumi Commons:Category:Batumi


Pickering, Ontario

, Ontario Burlington in the west to Pickering (Pickering, Ontario) in the east. It is an electronic toll road with no physical toll booths, instead depending on automatic recognition of vehicle plates (Automatic number plate recognition) or electronic toll collection. - colspan "4" '''Pickering (Pickering, Ontario)''' - ''Main article (Pickering municipal election, 2006)'' - In December 1963, Stavro opened his first food "terminal"—a forerunner of the big


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