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in honor of the new yellow contest on our Site!

  • Here are the ingredients for a piece:
  • 1 or,
  • 1 tablespoon honey,
  • 1 teaspoon sour cream,
  • 1 tablespoon cinnamon,
  • 1 cup almond milk (chop the almonds, pour hot water and leave for half an hour, then filter. This almond milk was widely used at that time in thinning pumpkin soup) and flour in the rain after the eyes until thicken the composition a bit to be like a thinner cream, I would say about 2-3 tablespoons grated.
  • For filling and decoration
  • the best orange marmalade, be the color of amber,
  • 1 thread of macaroni boiled in milk.

Servings: 1

Preparation time: less than 15 minutes

RECIPE PREPARATION Yellow bag:

How to proceed: beat the egg well, add the honey and cream, then mix again, then add the cinnamon, mix, add the almond milk, and mix then add the flour in the rain and mix carefully so as not to make lumps. not to deepen and grease it with a little oil. Pour the composition of the pancake and let it bake on one side then when it comes off easily we turn it on the other side. When it is well baked we take it and put it on a flat plate and when After it has cooled down a bit, place a spoonful of orange jam in the middle. chipping the "nojitele" of the bag.


Bag with two pennies

She was once a grandmother and an old man. Baba had a hen, and the old man a cuckoo. One day the old man lost his temper and said:

- Grandma, you eat like in Cremene's fair. Give me some eggs too, so that I can at least catch my appetite.
- Of course not! said Grandmother, who was very stingy. If you have an appetite for eggs, beat your cuckoo too, to make eggs, and eat them like I beat the chicken, and here it is, how to lay eggs.

The old man, greedy and greedy, takes the old woman's mouth and, in spite of himself, catches the cuckoo quickly and quickly and gives her a good beating, saying:

- N / A! either you lay eggs, or you leave my house so as not to spoil the food in vain.

The cuckoo, as it escapes from the old man's hands, runs away from home and walks on the roads, bezmetec. and as he was walking on a road, only here he finds a bag of two pennies. and when he finds it, he takes it in stride and returns with the dance back to the old man's house. On the way he meets a carriage with a boyar and some ladies. The boyar looks intently at the cuckoo, sees a bag in his clown and says to the star:

- May! take it down and see what the cuckoo has in the fold.

The starling quickly gets out of the carriage's goat, and with a slice of craft, catches the rooster and, taking the bag from the clown, gives it to the boyar. The boyar takes it, without a bird puts it in his pocket and starts with the carriage ahead. The cuckoo, upset by this, does not give up, but goes after the carriage, saying incessantly:

Cucurigu! great boyars,
Give the bag two bucks!

The boyar, annoyed, when he reaches a fountain, says to the old man:

- Ma! take the naughty ist cock and put it in the fountain.

Vezeteul gets off the goat again, catches the cuckoo and throws it in the fountain! Cuckoo, seeing this great danger, what to do? start swallowing and swallowing, swallowing, until you swallow all the water in the fountain. Then he flies out of there and again follows the carriage, saying:

Cucurigu! great boyars,
Give the bag two bucks!

The boyar, seeing this, was greatly astonished, and said:

- Ma! damn the cuckoo! Well, let me give you the expense, more notch and spur!

and when he gets home, he tells a bitch in the kitchen to take the cuckoo, throw it in an oven full of embers and put a slab in the mouth of the oven. Baba, canoeed at heart, literally does as her master told her. The cuckoo, as he sees this great injustice, begins to pour into the water and he pours all the water from the fountain on the embers, until he extinguishes the fire completely, and cools the oven and still makes it appear through the house, if they have fallen in love with despite the kitchen harassment. Then he gives a slab of the slab from the mouth of the furnace, comes out safely and from there, runs to the boyar's window and begins to slam his beak into the windows and say:

Cucurigu! great boyars,
Give the bag two bucks!

"Besides, I found my trouble with this cuckoo's breath," said the boyar, full of honey. Vezeteu! Take it from my head and throw it in the herd of oxen and cows, maybe some angry bull will come and take it in its horns, and the man will get rid of the upset.

Vezeteul takes the cuckoo again and throws it in the herd! Then the joy of the cuckoo! Seeing him swallow oxen, oxen, cows and calves until he swallowed the whole herd, he became a belly big, as big as a mountain! Then he comes to the window again, spreads his wings in front of the sun, in the darkness of the boyar's house, and starts again!

Cucurigu! great boyars,
Give the bag two bucks!

The boyar, when he also sees this dandanaie, cracks in spite and did not know what to do, he will just get rid of the cuckoo.
The boyar stays as long as he thinks, until one comes to his mind again.

- I'll put him in the penny with the money, maybe he'll swallow the yellows, someone will sit in his throat, he will drown and he will get rid of the dance.

and, as he says, he inflated the cuckoo with a wing and threw it into the ditch with the money because that boyar, who had been banned for a long time, did not know his number. Then the cuckoo greedily swallows all the money and leaves all the boxes empty. Then he comes out of there, he knows how and where, he goes to the boyar's window and starts again:

Cucurigu! great boyars,
Give the bag two bucks!

Now, after all that has happened, the boyar, seeing that he has nothing left to do with them, throws the bag at him. The cuckoo gladly takes her down, goes to work and leaves the boyar alone. Then all the birds in the boyar's yard, seeing the strength of the cuckoo, were taken after the dance, if it seemed to you like a wedding, and nothing else and the boyar looked gallantly as the birds went and said with a sigh:

- Go and cobe and everything, only good that I got rid of the trouble, that nothing clean was here!

But the cuckoo walked a lot, and the birds followed the dance, and he walked as he went, until he got home to the old man, and from the gate he began to sing: "Cucurigu. Cucurigu."
The old man, as the cuckoo's voice hears, goes out with joy and, when he casts his eyes on the gate, what should he see? His cuckoo was something scary! the elephant looked like a flea next to this cuckoo and then behind it came countless cards of birds, which were more beautiful, more cuckoo and more rich. The old man, seeing his cuckoo so big and heavy, and surrounded so bitterly by the galleys, opened the gate for him. Then the cuckoo said to him:

- Master, lay a sheet here in the middle of the yard.

The old man, quick as a prasnel, lays the sheet. The cuckoo then sits on the tol, shakes its wings strongly and immediately fills the old man's yard and orchard, next to the birds, and with cattle herds again on the tol pours a mound of yellows, which shone in the sun to catch your eyes! The old man, seeing these great riches, did not know what to do with joy, always kissing the cuckoo and caressing it.
Then, here and there, Grandma comes, I don't know where, and when she saw some like these, they only shone in the wicked eye in her head and clapped in spite.

"Old man," she said ashamed, "give me some yellows!"
- Put your appetite on the nail, grandma! When I asked you for eggs, do you know what you said? Now beat the hen too, to bring you yellows, that's how I beat the cuckoo, you know whose reason. and here's what he brought me!

Then the grandmother goes to the meadow, grabs the hen, grabs her by the tail and beats her, if you feel like crying for pity! The poor hen, as she escapes from her grandmother's hands, runs away. and as she was walking along the road, she also found a bead to swallow. Then he quickly returns home to his grandmother and starts at the gate: "Elbow, elbow, elbow!" Grandmother happily goes out in front of the hen. The hen jumps over the gate, passes by her grandmother quickly and puts herself on the nest and, after an hour of sitting, jumps off the nest, crouching. Baba then runs away to see what the hen did to her. and, when he looks in the nest, what does he see? Gaina se ouase o margica. Grandma, when she sees that the hen has been beaten by the dance game, she catches her, beats her, beats her, even kills her in the fight! and so, the stingy and mad grandmother remained very poor, clinging to the ground. From now on, she will also eat fried patience instead of eggs, because she made fun of her chicken and killed her without being guilty of her enemy, poor thing!

But the old man was very rich, he built big houses and beautiful gardens and he lived very well on his grandmother, out of pity, he put her on a hen, and he wore the cuckoo everywhere after the dance, with a golden necklace around his neck and shoes with the yellow shoes and spurs on the heels, if it seemed to you that he was a hero of the beautiful ones, and not a cuckoo to be made with borscht.

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Bag with two pennies - Ion Creanga

In this story the author emphasizes people's faults in an ironic and humorous way. It all starts with a grandmother and an old man. & quot; Grandma had a chicken and Santa a rooster. healthy beating to make eggs. The rooster leaves home and finds a bag of money. On the way, he meets a greedy boyar, who wants to increase his wealth even with those few pennies in the rooster's bag. The rooster goes through several dangers set up by the boyar, from which he escapes well every time. Moreover, he leaves the boyar without animals, without yellows and without birds in the yard, taking them to Santa's house. Baba, greedy for Santa's fortune, also beats the hen, but the hen only brought her a bead home. When Baba sees her, he beats her to death, leaving her without her only wealth, because "Greed spoils humanity". The book is particularly beautifully illustrated.
Includes a color puzzle, measuring 42 x 29 cm.
Author: Ion Creanga. Illustrations: Adrian Cerchez

Delivery is made from stock from the Libris book deposit, on working days. The transport is free by express courier, anywhere in Romania, for any order of at least 90 lei. For any request, call the Libris call center from Monday to Friday between 8 am and 8 pm.


The bag with two coins (by Ion Creangă)

She was once a grandmother and an old man. Baba had a hen, and the old man a rooster. Baba's hen laid eggs twice a day, and Baba ate a lot of eggs, and the old man did not give any. One day the old man lost his temper and said:

& # 8211 Grandma, you eat like at Cremene's fair. Give me some eggs too, so that I can at least catch my appetite.

& # 8211 Of course not! said Grandmother, who was very stingy. If you have a craving for eggs, beat your rooster too, to make eggs, and eat them because that's how I beat the hen, and here's how to lay eggs.

The old man, greedy and greedy, takes the grandmother's mouth and, in spite of himself, quickly catches the rooster and gives him a good beating, saying:

& # 8211 Na! either you lay eggs, or you leave my house so as not to spoil the food in vain.

The cuckoo, as it escaped the old man's hands, ran away from home and walked on the roads, bezmetec. And as he was walking on a road, only here he finds a bag with two pennies. And when he finds her, he takes her in his clone and returns with her back to the old man's house. On the way he meets a carriage with a boyar and some ladies. The boyar looks intently at the rooster, sees a bag in his clone, and says to the star:

& # 8211 May! Get down and see what the rooster has in the fold.

The starling quickly gets out of the carriage goat, and with a slice of craft, catches the rooster and, taking the bag from its clone, gives it to the boyar. The boyar takes it, puts it in his pocket without a bird and starts with the carriage ahead. The cuckoo, upset by this, does not give up, but goes after the carriage, saying incessantly:

The boyar, annoyed, when he reaches a fountain, says to the old man:

& # 8211 Me! he takes the naughty ist cock and puts it in the well.

Vezeteul gets off the goat again, catches the rooster and throws it into the well! The cuckoo, seeing this great danger, what to do? Start swallowing and swallowing, swallowing, until all the water in the well is swallowed. Then he flies out of there and follows the carriage again, saying:

The boyar, seeing this, was greatly astonished, and said:

& # 8211 Me! damn the cuckoo! Well, let me give you the expense, my notch and spur!

And when he gets home, he tells a bitch in the kitchen to take the cuckoo, throw it in an oven full of embers, and put a slab in the oven. Baba, heartbroken, keeps her word as her master told her. The cuckoo, as he sees this great injustice, begins to pour into the water and he pours all the water from the well on the embers, until he extinguishes the fire completely, and the oven cools down and still makes him defend it through the house, if they have in spite of the kitchen harassment. Then he gives a slap to the slab at the mouth of the furnace, comes out safely and from there, runs to the boyar's window and begins to slam his beak into the windows and say:

"Well, I found my trouble with this rooster's breath," said the boyar, full of honey. Vezeteu! Take it from my head and throw it in the herd of oxen and cows, maybe some angry bull will come and take it in its horns, and the man will get rid of his anger.

The starling takes the rooster again and throws it in the herd! Then the joy of the rooster! Seeing him swallow oxen, oxen, cows, and calves until he swallowed the whole herd, he made himself a belly as big as a mountain! Then he comes to the window again, spreads his wings in the sun, darkens the whole boyar's house, and begins again!

The boyar, when he saw this dandanaie, cracked in spite and did not know what to do, he would just get rid of the rooster. The boyar stays as long as he thinks, until one comes to his mind again.

& # 8211 I'll put him in the money dump maybe he'll swallow the yellows, someone will sit in his throat, he'll drown and I'll get rid of him.

And, as he says, he inflated the cuckoo with a wing and threw it into the sack with the money, because that boyar, who had a long money, did not know his number. Then the rooster greedily swallows all the money and leaves all the boxes empty. Then he comes out and from there, he knows how and where, he goes to the boyar's window and starts again:

Now, after all that had happened, the boyar, seeing that he had nothing to do with them, threw the bag at him. The cuckoo joyfully takes her down, goes to work and leaves the boyar alone. Then all the birds in the boyar's yard, seeing the strength of the cuckoo, went after him, if it seemed to him that it was a wedding, and nothing else.

& # 8211 Go and cobe and all, only good that I got rid of the trouble, that no clean thing was here!

But the cuckoo walked briskly, and the birds followed him, and he walked as he went, until he reached the old man's house, and from the gate he began to sing: & # 8220Cucurigu! cucurigu! & # 8221 The old man, as he hears the rooster's voice, goes out with joy and, when he throws his eyes towards the gate, what should he see? His cuckoo was something to look forward to! the elephant looked like a flea to this cuckoo, and then behind it came innumerable flocks of birds, some of which were more beautiful, more cuckoo-like, and richer. The old man, seeing his rooster so big and heavy, and surrounded by so many bitter galleys, opened the gate for him. Then the rooster said to him:

& # 8211 Master, lay an inch here in the middle of the yard.

The old man, quick as a pruss, lays the ground. The cuckoo then sits on the inch, shakes its wings strongly and immediately fills the old man's yard and orchard, next to the birds, and cattle herds and again on the inch he pours a mound of yellows, which shone in the sun to catch your eye! The old man, seeing these great riches, did not know what to do with joy, always kissing the cuckoo and caressing it. Then, here and there, Grandma comes, I don't know where, and when she saw some like these, only the wicked eye shone in her head and she snapped in spite.

& # 8211 Old man, she said ashamed, give me some yellows too!

& # 8211 Yes, put your appetite in the nail, grandma! When I asked you for eggs, do you know what you said? Now beat the hen too, to bring you yellows, that's how I beat the rooster, you know whose reason… and here's what he brought me!

Then the grandmother goes to the shed, digs up the hen, grabs her by the tail and beats her, if you feel like crying for pity! The poor hen, as she escapes from her grandmother's hands, runs away. And as she walked along, she found a bead and swallowed it. Then she quickly returns home to her grandmother and starts at the gate: & # 8220El, elbow, elbow! & # 8221 Baba happily goes out before the hen. The hen jumps over the gate, passes quickly by the grandmother and puts herself on the nest and, after an hour of sitting, jumps off the nest, crouching. Baba then runs away, to see what the hen did to her… And, when she looks in the nest, what to see? The hen had laid a bead. Baba, when she sees that the hen has made fun of her, catches her and beats her, beats her, until she kills her in a fight! And so, the stingy and crazy grandmother remained very poor, clinging to the ground. From now on, she will also eat fried patience instead of eggs, because she laughed well at the chicken and killed her without being guilty of her poor enemy!

But the old man was very rich, he built big houses and beautiful gardens and lived very well on his grandmother, out of pity. with yellow shoes and heels on his heels, if it seemed to you that he was an idiot of the beautiful, and not a rooster to be made with borscht.


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Moldova & # 8211 part of my soul & # 8230

She was once a grandmother and an old man. Baba had a hen, and the old man had a rooster. Baba's hen laid eggs twice a day, and Baba ate a lot of eggs, and the old man did not give any. One day the old man lost his temper and said:

& # 8211 Grandma, you eat like at Cremene's fair. Give me some eggs too, so that I can at least catch my appetite.

& # 8211 Yes & # 8217 how not! said Grandmother, who was very stingy. If you have a craving for eggs, beat your rooster too, to make eggs, and eat them, just as I beat the hen, and here she is, laying eggs.

The old man, greedy and greedy, takes the grandmother's mouth and, in spite of himself, quickly catches the rooster and gives him a good beating, saying:

& # 8211 Na! either you lay eggs, or you leave my house so as not to spoil the food in vain.

The cuckoo, as it escapes from the old man's hands, runs away from home and walks on the roads, bezmetec. And as he was walking down a road, all he could find was a bag of money. And when he finds her, he takes her in his clone and returns with her to the old man's house. On the way he meets a carriage with a boyar and some ladies. The boyar looks intently at the rooster, sees a bag in his clone, and says to the star:

& # 8211 May! Get down and see what's in that cock.

The starling quickly gets off the carriage goat and, with a slice of craft, catches the rooster and, taking the bag from its clone, gives it to the boyar. The boyar takes it, without a bird, puts it in his pocket and starts with the carriage ahead. The cuckoo, upset by this, does not give up, but goes after the carriage, saying incessantly:

Cucurigu! great boyars, Give the bag with two pennies!

& # 8211 The boyar, annoyed, when he reaches a well, says to the old man:

& # 8211 Me! he takes the naughty ist cock and puts it in the well.

& # 8211 Vezeteul gets off the goat again, catches the rooster and throws it in the well! The cuckoo, seeing this great danger, what to do? start swallowing and swallowing, swallowing, until you swallow all the water in the well. Then he flies out of there and follows the carriage again, saying:

Cucurigu! great boyars, Give the bag with two pennies!

The boyar, seeing this, was greatly astonished, and said:

& # 8211 Me! Yes, that's the damn cuckoo! Well, let me give you the expense, more notches and spurs!

And when he gets home, he tells a bitch in the kitchen to take the rooster, throw it in an oven full of embers, and put a slab in the oven. Baba, heartbroken, keeps her word as her master told her. The cuckoo, when he sees this great injustice, begins to pour into the water and he pours all the water from the well into the embers, until he extinguishes the fire completely, and the oven cools down and still makes a defense through the house, despite the kitchen harassment.

Then he gives a slap to the slab at the mouth of the furnace, comes out safely and from there, runs to the boyar's window and begins to slam his beak into the windows and say:

Cucurigu! great boyars, Give the bag with two pennies!

"Well, I found my trouble with this cuckoo's breath," said the boyar, full of honey.

Vezeteu! Take it from my head and throw it in the herd of oxen and cows.

The starlet takes the rooster again and throws it in the herd! Then the joy of the rooster! Seeing him swallow the whole herd, he made a belly as big as a mountain! Then he comes to the window again, spreads his wings in the sun, dark all over the boyar's house, and begins again:

Cucurigu! great boyars, Give the bag with two pennies!

The boyar, when he sees this damn thing again, cracks in spite and doesn't know what to do, he will just get rid of the rooster.

The boyar kept thinking, until one came to his mind again.

& # 8211 I'll put him in the money dump maybe he'll swallow the yellows, someone will sit in his throat, he'll drown and I'll get rid of him.

And, as he says, he inflates the rooster by a wing and throws it into the pit with the money because that boyar, who had been moneyed for a long time, did not know his number. Then the rooster greedily swallows all the money and leaves all the boxes empty. Then he goes out and from there, he knows how and where, he goes to the boyar's window and starts again:

Cucurigu! great boyars, Give the bag with two pennies!

Now, after all that had happened, the boyar, seeing that he had no choice, threw the bag at him. The cuckoo picks it up with joy, goes about his business and leaves the boyar alone.

Then all the birds in the boyar's yard, seeing the strength of the cuckoo, went after him, even if it seemed like a wedding to you, and nothing else.

& # 8211 Go and cobe and all, only good that I got rid of the trouble, that nothing clean was here!

But the cuckoo walked briskly, and the birds followed him, and he walked as he went, until he reached the old man's house, and from the gate he began to sing: & # 8222Cucurigu. Cucurigu. & # 8221

The old man, as he hears the rooster's voice, goes out with joy and when he glances at the gate, what should he see? His cuckoo was something to look forward to! the elephant looked like a flea to this cuckoo, and then behind it came innumerable flocks of birds, some of which were more beautiful, more cuckoo-like, and richer. The old man, seeing his rooster so big and heavy, and surrounded by so many bitter buckets, opened the gate for him. Then the rooster said to him:

& # 8211 Master, lay an inch here in the middle of the yard.

The old man, quick as a prairie, lays the ground. Cucos

then he sits on the inch, shakes his wings strongly and immediately fills the old man's yard and orchard, next to the birds, and with cattle herds and again on the inch he pours a mound of yellows, which shone in the sun to catch your eyes! The old man, seeing these great riches, did not know what to do with joy, always kissing the cuckoo and caressing it.

Then my grandmother would come, I don't know where, and when she saw some like these, they would only shine in the wicked man's eyes and clap in spite.

& # 8211 Old man, she said ashamed, give me some yellows too!

& # 8211 Yes, put your appetite in the nail, grandma! When I asked you for eggs, you know what you said! Now beat the hen too, to bring you yellows, that's how I beat the rooster too, you know whose reason & # 8230 and here's what he brought me!

Then the grandmother goes to the purse, digs the hen, grabs her tail and beats her, if you feel like crying for pity! The poor hen, as she escapes from her grandmother's hands, runs away.

And as she walked along, she found a bead to swallow. Then she hurries back to her grandmother's house and starts at the gate: & # 8222Elb, elbow, elbow! & # 8221 The hen jumps over the gate, passes quickly by the grandmother and puts herself on the nest and, after an hour of sitting, jumps out of the nest crouching. Baba then runs away to see what the hen has done to her! & # 8230 And when she looks in the nest, what to see? The hen had laid a bead. Baba, when she sees that he has made fun of her, catches her and beats her, until she kills her in the fight! And so, the stingy and crazy grandmother remained very poor, clinging to the ground. From now on, she will also eat fried patience instead of eggs, because she laughed well at the chicken and killed her without being guilty of her enemy, the poor thing!

But the old man was very rich, he made big houses and beautiful gardens and he lived very well on his grandmother, out of pity, he put her in a hen house, and he carried the rooster everywhere after him, with a golden necklace around his neck and shoes with yellow shoes and heels on his heels, if you thought he was an idiot of the beautiful, and not a bunch to make borscht.


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