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Healing Properties of Honey

Injuring yourself by a cut or a burn can be painful. One of the things we sometimes seek after an injury is to be soothed to help soften the pain. Sure spreading some anti-biotic ointment and slapping a bandage on the wound might be a practical solution, but here’s a scientifically proven trick to make […]

Česnica (Чесница) – Serbian Christmas Bread

This is an old Celtic recipe. Česnica (Serbian Cyrillic: Чесница) is a kind of soda bread made on Christmas morning, in Serbian tradition. A solid silver coin for health and good luck is placed into the bread. During the Christmas breakfast (being the most important meal of Christmas in Serbian tradition) family members break the […]

Apricot Jam

This is an old Celtic recipe that doesn’t contain any artificial preservatives, but just the same it is so delicious that it won’t last long in your fridge! Ingredients: 1.5 kg apricots juice of one lemon [tags]apricot kernels, cooking, recipes, food, apricot jam[/tags]

Mead or Celtic Wine

Mead, also known as Celtic Wine, is made from pure nectar honey or honey dew. This spiced, honey-based wine was first discussed in Hindu writings around 1700 BC and in the writings of ancient Greece (around 700 BC). However, it was the Celtic and Northern European nations that embraced the beverage. Mead makes an appearance […]