Archive for March, 2011

Pizza Hut

March 18th, 2011
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As additives permitted only basil, garlic, oregano and olive oil. If the manufacture of food violated these rules, they say, the Italian authorities – it's not real pizza, and quite simply fake. This Neapolitan pizza, according to the government newspaper, is only three varieties: Margherita (with fresh tomatoes, oblong variety of San Marzano, basil and fresh mozzarella from the southern Apennines), Margherita Extra "(cherry tomato varieties, and buffalo mozzarella) and marinara (tomatoes, garlic, olive oil and oregano). Pizza dough should pop and turn in their hands, as do real pizza maker, but it can not be rolled. Bake pizza can only be wood-fired ovens, at temperatures 200-215 degrees. This pizza recipe is taken in the Government Gazette three pages. In Italy, pizza checked by special government inspectors who monitor the authenticity of Neapolitan pizza.

So if you want to try "real" pizza – you have to go to Italy. But, secretly say to you, and in other countries – even in Russia – you can, if you're not so picky, to find a tasty, well pizza. In the diversity of the Italian government may introduce any number of stringent criteria for exceptional authenticity of the pizza. But the development of cooking goes his own way. Pizza has long been familiar dish in many countries around the world, to the delight of adults and children. And with that harsh government inspectors of the peninsula would not have approved it? The main thing – people like it. We have already mentioned the American pizza – with high margins and plenty of "topping": this kind of pizza in the restaurant network "Pizza Hut" around the world. There is also a Mexican pizza – with chili or tacos, cheddar cheese, peppers, tomatoes and chopped onion.

In pizzerias around the globe are preparing a pizza with a variety of "toppings" – with meat, bacon, vegetables and even fruit. Many people know the "closed" pizza – "Calzone" – folded in half burrito or that species. Residents of St. Petersburg and Moscow (as well as some other big cities) can not just go to the numerous pizza to taste wonderful dishes, but to get it to his desk, without leaving home. Service pizza delivery will take your order, fulfill it and soon you will arrive with a pizza courier (as well as juice, mineral water and other "related products", which you order).


Anton Yelchin

March 6th, 2011
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The film, starring in the starring Christian Bale, Sam Worthington, Anton Yelchin and Moon Bladgud, come on cinemas May 22, 2009. Details of the new film yet is a mystery, but some details about the plot to the press yet leaked. The leader of the revolt of mankind against the machines, John Connor in his 30 years ahead to lead the rest of people on an unequal struggle against the machines. 8.

‘Monsters vs. Aliens’ (Monsters vs. Aliens) When a meteorite from outer space falls to Susan Murphy on her wedding day, and turns a young Californian girl in a giant monster, her take on secret government base where she meets a mob of monsters that are sitting there for many years. However, their conclusion coming soon to an end when a mysterious alien robot lands on Earth and begins to attakovat country. 7. ‘Avatar’ (Avatar) James Cameron about the distant future, when a group of earthlings, led by Jake Sully, a war veteran with paralyzed legs, sent an expedition to the planet Pandora, inhabited race Navi. Jake falls in love with one of the local residents, which leads to conflict between the earthlings and the inhabitants of Pandora. 6.

‘Angels and Demons’ (Angels & Demons) thriller about the mysterious Order of the Illuminati, renowned for hundreds of years ago the fierce struggle with the the official church. Invited by a Harvard expert on symbolism and his naparnitsa begin its own investigation into the murder. 5. ‘X-Men. Beginning. Wolverine ‘(X-Men Origins: Wolverine) Background’ X-Men ‘, tells about Logan’s military past and the circumstances under which he became the owner skeleton. 4. ‘Keepers’ (Watchmen) film is about a society where there are the real superheroes. More precisely, where they were, since their activities now is strictly prohibited. Now they live as mere mortals, although previous years regularly make themselves felt. The main plot revolves around a former superhero named Rorschach, who is trying to investigate the murder of his comrade. 3. ‘Star Trek’ (Star Trek) action presents the movie begins immediately after the end of the events described in the series. The action takes place in the universe of Star Trek. 2. ‘Public Enemies’ (Public Enemies) action presents a picture occurs in 1930. Creates a kind of John Dillinger gang, which is organizing the robberies, murders and escapes from prison. Then, by government order, the fbi agent Melvin Purvis opens the season on the legendary gangster John Dillinger. 1. ‘Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince’ (Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince) He put his head into a pool of memory, Harry Potter discovers what childhood was Lord Voldemort, to better understand your opponent. Director of the film was David Yates, who shot the tape ‘Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix’. Premiere of ‘Half-Blood Prince’ will be held July 17, 2009.


Orthodox Church

March 2nd, 2011
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In most European countries the church was separated from the state in the era of bourgeois revolutions. Western society is clearly secular in nature. But in most countries, the state officially supports those religious organizations that are best suited to national interests and traditions. In England – a Church of England (its head is the Queen), in Sweden, Norway, Denmark – Lutheran, in Spain, Portugal – Catholic, etc. With regard to Eastern societies, they are characterized by fws secular and religious spheres of life. Consequently, the act of separation of church and state in Russia means movement in the western channel.

However, this act was perceived and in fact became a legislative the basis of persecution against the church. The first blow came under the Orthodox Church as the official church of the old Russia. In addition, other churches were in areas where there has not been the Bolshevik government. Closure of temples, seizure of church property, the punishment of clergymen began in the early months after the events of October 1917, Patriarch October 13, 1918 addressed to the trc with a message in which he wrote: ' executed bishops, priests, monks and nuns, not the innocent, but simply baseless charge in some vague and uncertain counter-revolutionary '. On the territory of pre-revolutionary Russia acted 78 thousand Orthodox temples, 25 thousand mosques, more than 6 thousand synagogues, 4,4 thousand Catholic churches, more than 200 Old Believer churches of Georgia and Armenia. Number of churches in Russia in 1941 decreased by 20 times.