Кулинарна академия

Registration Form: https://forms.gle/8KXjSNv3FEZQHztw9 The Culinary Academy is the most delicious part of our events! 🥦Are you wondering how to eat a variety of #tasteful and #food, do you want to # fit? Even if the answer is no, feel free to grab a bite and save # super # delicious # recipes with us! 🥗 […]

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Blagovets, Blagoveshtenie, Annunciation, Annunciation Day

(March 25) Tonight we are visiting: Blagoĭ, Blago, Blaga, Blagovest, Blagovesta, Bonka, Boncho, Marian, Mariana, Mariyan, Mariyana. Mother’s Day It is believed that today come spring birds and nature finally awakens. Morning everyone must leave the house stuffed with money in your pocket. Required hostess prepared “Ribnik” – baked fish stuffed with rice and onions, […]

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Galina the Martyr

(March 10) Tonight we are guests of Galin, Galina, Galena, Galya, Genoveva. On March 10, the Orthodox Church commemorates the St. Galina the Martyr. According to some beliefs name originates from the ancient “Gaul”, which means dark and healthy. In ancient times, swarthy men were more loved because pallor was considered an illness.

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St. Nicholas

(December 6) Tonight we are guests of Nikola, Nenka, Nico (winner), Nicolas (winner), Nikolai (winner), Nikolina (winner), Nina Nice. Saint Nicholas is celebrated as the master of rivers and seas and patron of the seas, sailors and fishermen. Prepare a carp, which according to legend is the “servant” of the saint. Fish filled with rice, […]

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Archangel Michael

Archangel Michael (The Day of Michael) (November 8) Tonight we are guests of the Angel (messenger), Angelina (messenger), Archangel (chief angel) Gabriel (God’s fort), Gabriel, Emil, Emilia (rival), Emiliana (rival), Emilian (rival), Lina, Mila Milen, Milena, Milio, Michael, Michaela, Michael (God), Plamen, Rada, Radka, Radivoy, Radko, Radoslav, Radostin, Raiko, Raina, Raycho, Rangel, Raphael, Raya, Ruska, Rusi, […]

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St. Demetrios

(26 October) Tonight we are visiting Dimitrina (fertile), Dimitar (fertile), Dima, Dimo, Dimka, Dragan (kind, loving), Dragana, Mitko, Mitra. Ritual table: cake with apples, stew rooster sacrifice of sheep meat. The celebration, called Mitrovden in folk marks the beginning of winter, “St. George summer brings St. Demetrius – winter.” Sv. Dimitar rides a red horse […]

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St. Petka

(14 October) Tonight we are guests of Paraskeva, Penka, Pentcho, Petka, Petko, Penyo, Petko. Day is the symbolic end of the marketing year, right now everything must be stowed and farmers begin to settled with employees for summer workers. Petkovden of it and fertilization of domestic animals, known as “marlene” or “sheep’s wedding.” Today and […]

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