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Rock 1:

Melt the chocolate with the butter and the ness, then let it cool a bit, add the sugar, then the eggs one by one and mix after each one. Put flour mixed with salt and finally add walnuts and mix with a spatula. Spread the composition in a tray 30x40cm covered with baking paper and bake for about 15-20 minutes

Rock 2:

Separate eggs; rub the yolks with the oil; beat the egg whites hard, add a little orange and continue beating; add the yolk in a thin thread, then add the mixed flour and baking powder. Add the vanilla essence. Put in the oven in a 30x40cm tray covered with baking paper for about 20-30 minutes.

Rock 3:

Separate eggs; rub the yolks with the oil; beat the egg whites hard, add a little orange and continue beating; add the yolk in a thin thread, then add the flour mixed with cocoa and baking powder. Add the rum essence. Put in the oven in a 30x40cm tray covered with baking paper for about 20-30 minutes.

Cream 1:

Mix the ALmete cream with the soft butter until you get a fluffy cream; add the sugar, cinnamon and vanilla essence and mix lightly.

Cream 2:

After preparing the jelly jam, let it cool completely; meanwhile beat the whipped cream with the hardener, then mix with the jelly jam.

Cream 3:

Put the milk on the fire together with the fresh mint and boil it like tea, then put a plate on top and let it infuse for another 20 minutes. Remove the mint leaves, add the starch and sugar to taste and put it on the fire until it thickens like a pudding. After infusion, the milk turns green; if you want a more intense color, you can add Wilton green dye - I put a toothpick after making the pudding. Let the pudding cool, then mix it with whipped cream and whipped cream hardener. The final color of the cream was a pale varnish.

Until I assembled the cake, the creams were in the fridge.


Over the walnut top I put the almond cream with cinnamon, then the vanilla pudding and the blueberry cream, and the last one I put the cocoa top with mint cream, with which I covered the edges of the cake.

I melted the chocolate in the microwave and drew the model at random :) not before mounting Andrei's teddy bear.

At the end I decorated with teddy bears jellies.

How to make this Oreo cake with mascarpone and chocolate & # 8211 without baking?

How to prepare the top from crushed biscuits?

I melted the butter in a saucepan and left it to cool a bit. I crushed the biscuits with the processor (you can also use a blender) and mixed them with the melted butter.

I chose the right plate on which I presented the cake. It must be mounted directly on the plate because there is little chance of moving it later. I placed the metal circle (28 cm) directly on the porcelain plate and I turned the mixture of biscuits with butter in it. I pressed everything well with my hands and then I smoothed it with a spatula (or with a glass bottom).

Observation: if you do not have such a high cake circle (mine is 8.5 cm) you will have to line the inside of your circle with a strip of baking paper 9-10 cm high because the cream and icing will exceed its height.

I let the countertop cool for 30 minutes (to harden the butter).

What do customers say?

Beautiful Elena

Liliana Zaharia Baltaretu

Radu Mihai

Delicious cakes

The mainstay of any wedding party is always the bride's cake. Whether you want a cake with a fruity filling (berries or citrus), or a slightly creamier one (mocha or chocolate), or, why not, something exotic, such as passion fruit, we always use ingredients that make a difference. clear in terms of taste. The shape of the cake is also important, we usually suggest a classic cake, a round cake for a traditional wedding and a square one if the wedding is a more formal one. The cake is practically the personal expression of the bride and groom, of their style, of their taste. Therefore, the cake must be very well chosen, in accordance with the theme and menu of the wedding.

Baptism cakes, wedding cakes, candy bar events, cakes to order

In early December, Andrew turned 2 years old. Because he really likes the characters in The Jungle Book, especially the tiger Shere Khan, his mother wanted to put them on a branded cake Little Pastry Chef.

Although modeling Shere Khan was not an easy task, I thought it would be nice not to sit alone on the cake. So, I also created the elephant Hathi Jr., also from sugar paste.

And among the vines and leaves appeared shy and snake Kaa.

The cake was composed of: countertop with cocoa, syrup Lemon, foam of Belgian dark chocolate Callebaut, foam of Belgian milk chocolate Callebaut. I dressed him in sugar paste with cocoa, which perfectly complemented the decor, but also the taste of the cake as a whole.

Happy birthday, Andrei, to grow up big and brave like the characters in the Jungle Book!

If you also want a personalized cake, you can contact me here or here.

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What you need for Baptism

Both parents and godparents have a duty to find out before this event and to know what must for baptism.

It is not just about the material things needed, but especially to know the significance of this great church mystery.

When should the child be baptized?

If we understand Baptism as the gateway to the Kingdom of God, it is natural for parents to want to baptize the newborn as soon as possible.

Unless one is born of water and the Spirit, he will not be able to enter the Kingdom of God”(John 3: 5).

So how great is the significance of Baptism in our lives! Through Baptism the doors of the Kingdom of God are opened to us again. Baptism gives us the chance to become heirs of this kingdom.

The water in which the baby is baptized is a water that carries the Holy Spirit, it is a cleansing water. It cleanses the newborn from ancestral sin and sanctifies him.

Saint Nicolae Velimirovici says that, "from that moment, the soul is responsible only for the future and not for the past".

Andrei christening cake - Recipes

On February 7, the baptism of the dwarf Rares Stefan took place! :)

For his guests at the party, together with his parents we thought of the menu below:

  • Mini tart with cream cheese, smoked salmon, aromatic greens and red radish germs
  • Mini tart with tuna, artichokes, corn and gogonele jam
  • Vegetable salad on a bed of flavored croutons
  • Shrimp wrapped in potato spaghetti with berry sauce
  • Bruschettas with tomatoes, garlic, arugula and parmesan
  • Cheese skewers with grapes and blackberry sauce
  • Roll with beets, smoked salmon and cream cheese with dill
  • Oriental eggplant salad
  • Rose salad
  • Golden fillets, accompanied by rice tagliatelle with Cinzano bianco sauce, trio of peppers and berry sauce flavored with anise and cinnamon

Main dish:

  • Chicken duo with wine sauce and pork tenderloin with pepper sauce, served with basmati rice with a mix of greens and vegetables

Of course I personally took care of the cake. I was thinking of a baptism and I materialized my thought. :)

Tell me if I succeeded with the cake ?!

The inside was a chocolate cake with coffee and nuts! Everyone liked it!

P.S. If I'm not mistaken, this is the 5th cake I make! :)

Those present were delighted with everything they tasted, and that makes me happy the most!

The photos will say more! :)

If you also have to organize a private event / corporate event / thematic event or you simply want to celebrate your birthday or name. contact me.

Baptism Cake & # 8211 & # 8220Marcus Andrei & # 8221

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The price for personalized cakes in sugar paste / butter cream / colored glazes, increases by 10 lei / kg compared to the displayed prices.

The prices expressed strictly refer to the product, packaging, transport and accessories incur additional costs.

The labor of edible figurines varies between 38 and 75 lei / piece, depending on the complexity and difficulty of their realization and is taxed in addition to the price / kg. The figurines are made of sugar paste and may contain inedible elements (toothpicks, special wires). Their price is calculated per labor, their weight is included in the price / kg. We inform you that there may be differences in color, texture and shape in the final product. The minimum quantity at which custom cakes can be made is 2.5-3kg. The minimum order for simple cakes is 1 kg. For personalized 3D cakes (eg in the form of cars, dinosaurs, etc.) the price is 120 lei / kg, the minimum order quantity being approx. 4 kg. The commercial images of the products are for presentation the shades used for the models and in the palette are indicative and can vary the cakes and the figurines are made by hand, and can vary as representation the food coloring is soluble and can color the tongue / hands, it is recommended . Figurines may also contain inedible supporting elements (toothpicks, special wires).

Edible pictures are charged 28 lei / piece (A4 sheet), regardless of the size of the cake.

The final quantity of the ordered product, depending on the chosen assortment, weight and the chosen personalization can vary by up to +/- 25% of the estimated weight. We will not charge extra if the product exceeds this value.

Note 1000! For taste, design and promptness!

Bianca Potyesz

Cakes always fresh, a very rare thing in confectioneries in Timisoara. And their taste delights us every time!

Tania Balaj

We had the opportunity to take products from you and taste them ordered by other friends at other events! The sweets you make are special! Quality and with a fine taste, chosen! Every time I took the cake to the grades for my little girl, I was impressed by the taste and appearance, by the quality of the cake! Thank you! Do an excellent job!

Gina Mirela

Fooooooooarte delicious products, superior quality. I ordered a cake with white chocolate, mascarpone and raspberries. It was delicious, all the guests appreciated it. It was delivered directly to the terrace where we are, at no extra cost. I wholeheartedly recommend and I will definitely order more.

Anca Ioana Nimigean

The chocolate and raspberry mousse cake was delicious. Lightening and creaming alike, made from natural ingredients, not from colored powders and premixes. Good luck, you really deserve it!

Andrei Cazacu

The cakes are fresh, delicious, good-looking! Everything is superlative! Very, very good! I am a poem for the taste buds! Congratulations!

Slavita Bacinschi

We chose to collaborate with the Savor team on the occasion of the baptism of our little boy and we were very satisfied both with the quality of the services and with the taste and ornament of the cakes. All the guests really liked the cakes. The dark chocolate and raspberry cake is delicious! I haven't eaten such a delicious and fine dessert in a long time. Many thanks to the Savor team!

Jurca Alma-Adelina

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Actress Valeria Gagealov has died

Actress Valeria Gagealov is part of the Golden Generation of Romanian theater and film along with Mircea Albulescu, Tamara Buciuceanu-Botez, Ileana Stana Ionescu, Draga Olteanu Matei, Marin Moraru, George Motoi, Sebastian Papaiani, Florin Piersic, Mitica Popescu, Sanda Toma and Olga Tudorache.

A beautiful, distinguished, educated woman. At the age of 24, he starred in a reference film of Romanian cinema, "Lucky Mill". But the roles in movies were few, for reasons we do not know.

When the question arose as to who would present the "Golden Stag" Festival in Brasov, it was preferred. Many international stars were present, foreigners also saw this festival. He needed someone nice, distinguished and competent.

Valeria Gagealov (Gagialov) presented the 1969 gala together with Andrei Magheru. They got along so well that they got closer, then got married.

Andrei Magheru, producer of TVR shows. Secretary of State in the Ministry of Culture, Romanian Ambassador to Paris, after 1989. Of course, he was accompanied by his distinguished wife Valeria Gagealov.

About the name at the baptism

Question: Father Petru, please explain why some Moldovan priests do not want to baptize with names such as Mihaela, Florin, Ovidiu, Lilia, etc.? Is it true that people who do not receive the names of Saints do not have a Guardian Angel and if they have non-Christian names they must change them in order to be mentioned at the service?

I consider this issue a very painful one for the Orthodox Church in general, and for the one in Moldova in particular, because due to the fashion of giving children exotic names, but also the inculturation of some priests, children end up suffering a certain discomfort or even a psychological trauma when they are told that they cannot be mentioned at services with a certain name or that they do not have a "guardian angel". And to elucidate this issue, I will try to address it systematically, in a few points. At the same time, I mention that the subject is not only related to theology, but also to linguistics, history and even general culture.

1. The name is generally more than a personal nickname or alphabet code (analogous to the personal numeric code). Theoretically, man can bear any name (desired by him or his parents), but we must be aware that it will be worn all his life and even beyond this life, and will increase or decrease in popularity with the person wearing that name. name. That is why the name should not be chosen at random or distorted at will, because he identifies with the person who wears it.

2. The first Christians "among the Gentiles" (that is, non-Jews) bore pagan names, and at baptism they were not changed because the nickname "Christian" sanctified the "little name / surname," whatever it was. The Holy Martyr Demetrius (Δημήτριος), for example, bore the name of a pagan deity (Demetrius), but he kept this name even after his baptism, and through his life, and especially his death (martyrdom), he sanctified this much-loved name. by us today. We have the same situation with Saint Dionysius, and the example is valid for many other hundreds and thousands of saints from the first centuries, who did not even have the means and where to borrow only the names of saints. The culmination is that sometimes, even if the names were changed at baptism, the Church continued to name them after their ancient pagan names, considered today the names of saints. Such is the case of Saint Kneaz Vladimir, baptized Vasile or of Saint Kneaghine Olga, baptized Elena.

3. However, since the fourth and fifth centuries, there has been a tendency to give Christian children only the names of saints, but the tendency has never become a generally valid rule, but only a piece of advice. In some Christian circles, including Tsarist Russia up to 1917, names were usually placed on the calendar according to the date of birth or baptism, and not infrequently he was chosen by the priest himself. That is why the Russians have many names that in Romania or Greece are considered exclusively monks (Maxim, Vitalie, Ghenadie, etc.). In other countries or regions it was customary to give children the names of relatives or personalities of the nation (Trajan, Caesar - in Latin), being accepted and popular names (Mircea, Radu, Neagu / Neagoe, Doina - in Romanian Ruslan, Igor, Oleg - in Russian) or flower names (Viorel, Viorica etc. - in Romanian). Some of these names, both from Romanians and from Russians, have arrived in the calendar, and some (not yet).

4. Christian names (or become Christian) have various forms, and the difference in writing or pronunciation should not scare us, because it does not matter. The most common male name - John, is known in the world under dozens of transliterations and pronunciations (Ion, Ivan, John, Jean, Jovan, Giovanni, Johann, Juan, Janos, Jan, etc.), but he still remains the same name, each using the local variant. This is true of many other names, and only a priest devoid of general culture can say that he baptizes with the name "Gavriil," but not with that of "Gabriel," for the simple reason that he did not find it in the calendar exactly as he knows. We should understand that much of the difference in transliteration and pronunciation of names is due to the two ways of reading Greek: Erasmus or Reuchlinian. The Greek Μιχαήλ can be read in both Michael and Michael - and both are correct (in a way). The same is true of Γαβριήλ, which is Gabriel and Gabriel at the same time.

5. Another problem is changing the gender of some names. In the monastic tradition, the practice of feminizing some male names is extremely well known, that is why no one is scandalized when they hear such names of nuns as Seraphim, Siluana, Macaria, etc. But I know priests from Moldova who did not want to baptize girls named Daniela (the prophet Daniil / Daniel), Adriana (St. Adrian), Andreea (St. Ap. Andrei), Nicoleta (St. Nicholas) or even Mihaela and Gabriela ( Archangels Michael and Gabriel). I find no other explanation than the lack of culture of those who refuse to baptize with feminized names, although the practice is widely used in the monastic environment. By the way, there are also cases of masculinization of some names, such as Anastasie, Athanasie, etc., which in the form of a common noun are feminine.

6. We must not forget that there is also the practice of translating names. I really can't understand why the Russians translated the names of Pistis, Elpis and Agapis through Vera (Faith), Nadezhda (Hope) and Liubovi (Love), but they refuse to translate the names of Svetlana or Luminiţa, which in Greek is Fotinia, and the Latin - Lucia? Of course, names like Lilia / Liliana (from Susana) or Florin [a] (from Anthim / Flor, Florentie) are also Christian names and it is not fair to refuse to translate the names. I don't think it makes sense to say that Victoria and Nika are the same name, Bogdan is the translation of Theodor (Fiodor), and Dorin and Dorel are derived from Theodor…

7. A special chapter is occupied by the Christian names from the local traditions, generally unknown to us. For example, the name of Saint Shio of Georgia is not known to us, but it is preferred by many Georgians. On the other hand, Romanians (as a Latin people and in close contact with the West), sometimes use to name children the names of Western saints such as: Saint Ovid (Auditus), bishop of Braga, passed to the Lord on June 3 135 Saint Monica , mother of Blessed Augustine, passed to the Lord on May 4, 387 to St. Octavian, archdeacon of Carthage, martyred on March 22, 484 St. Robert (Rupert), bishop of Worms, passed to the Lord on March 27, 718 et seq. So it would be appropriate to study better the Sinaxar of the Western Saints up to 1054 (and in some cases even after this date) and not to believe that if we have not heard of a name, it does not even exist. To be honest, I'm not sure those who name their children Ovid, Monica, Octavian or Robert really know about these saints, but that's another matter. It is not even obligatory for parents to give their children only the names of saints (exaggerating this act), especially since most of them never tell them about the saint whose name the child bears and do not teach them to follow their lives. In this case, what good is it to force them to name saints if they are not interested in this aspect?

8. I consider that there must be some restrictions in accepting some names and it would be appropriate for these restrictions to have the Civil Registry Offices as well. It does not seem fair to me to put as a first name all kinds of diminutives such as Ionut, Ionica, Ionel, etc., even if a person named Ion, at certain ages or in the family, can be named with any of them. When he reaches the age of 40-50, none of these diminutives fit, and the person seems to be made fun of by a name that does not seem serious. It is also not good to accept two or more names for the same person, and the custom must be categorized as theologically incorrect. Every human being has a single identity and therefore must have a single name. Some names given by Roma (Gypsies) must also be categorically rejected, such as: Rexona, Palmoliviu, Barcelona, ​​Lisbon, Napoleon, Mercedesa, etc. Unfortunately, some Romanian priests baptized with such names, mocking the very idea of ​​"baptismal name".

9. In the Russian Church, another extreme is reached: if the parents give the child funny or missing names from the Russian calendar (because they do not know anyone else), the priest baptizes him with a name chosen by him (from the calendar), and the parents I call my whole life by another name - that of the deeds or a diminutive of that one, often forgetting what name the priest gave him at baptism. And when the baby is brought to communion or mentioned at a service, all the problems related to his name reappear. That is why a middle way must be adopted and even, if necessary, a more extensive list of Christian names should be made, which should also be sent through Russian monasteries, so that the Orthodox there will no longer reject pomelnics containing names other than those. known to them.

10. Apart from the monasticism, the Church does not know of any ordinances or services for the renaming of the name, although I have heard that there are some priests who do such a thing, and I really wonder what they do? I know hierarchs who changed the name of the priesthood candidate during the ordination, but this, like even more than the pruning of monasticism, is a call to a special ministry (as we see in the Bible, when some personalities were renamed ) and not a common name change order. So the name cannot and should not be changed, no matter what it is. Improper naming must be prevented (before registration in civil and baptismal deeds), but not corrected post-factum. When it is necessary to mention someone, I think that the name should be mentioned at the baptism, whatever it may be, and if the priest baptized the child with a different name than the one from the civil documents, both should be put to services, so that he is not neglected either. one or the other. If a person knows that he has been baptized with another name, but no one remembers him, write the civil name everywhere and do not doubt the validity of the Church's remembrance.

11. The name of baptism and even the baptism itself has nothing to do with the "guardian angel." The text in Matthew 18:10 speaks clearly of the existence of "guardian angels" in unbaptized people, and this is because every human being, even a pagan, has such an angel from birth. The angel is not given to man only at baptism, and that is not why we are baptized. After baptism, the Christian has the opportunity to "collaborate" differently with his angel, being especially protected and helped to salvation by him. Nor can we say that the "guardian angel" would have a name or a day of celebration, so the pseudo-church expression "angel's day / angel's day" is totally theologically wrong. Our name day is the day we mention the Saint whose name we bear and whom we consider our patron (patron), but that has nothing to do with the "angel." If our protector is St. Nicholas, it does not mean that he is also the "guardian angel" (as is also believed in the Russian Church), because every man has his "guardian angel", while the patron saint can be one for more. many millions of people. So, the person who does not bear the name of a saint, has a "guardian angel" anyway, and as a patron saint he can take any saint from the calendar, who is dearer to him, even if his name has nothing to do with his own.

Video: Adrians Birthday and Andreis Christening 001 (July 2022).


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