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Шурале Файзрахман Аминов

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Шурале Файзрахман Аминов

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шурале Файзрахман Аминов

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Fictitious Dishes: ‘Chicken Soup with Rice’ by Maurice Sendak

Fictitious Dishes: ‘Chicken Soup with Rice’ by Maurice Sendak

Fictitious Dishes:Swann’s Way by Marcel Proust, 1913‘One day in winter, as I came home, my mother, seeing that I was cold, suggested that, contrary to my habit, I have a little tea. I refused at first and then, I do not know why, changed my mind. She sent for one of those squat, plump cakes called petites madeleines…’

Fictitious Dishes:Swann’s Way by Marcel Proust, 1913‘One day in winter, as I came home, my mother, seeing that I was cold, suggested that, contrary to my habit, I have a little tea. I refused at first and then, I do not know why, changed my mind. She sent for one of those squat, plump cakes called petites madeleines…’

Fictitious Dishes: The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo by Stieg Larsson, 2005‘She improvised bandages and covered the wound with a makeshift compress. Then she poured the coffee and handed him a sandwich. ‘I’m really not hungry,’ he said. ‘I don’t give a damn if you’re hungry. Just eat,’ Salander commanded, taking a big bite of her own cheese sandwich.’

Fictitious Dishes: The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo by Stieg Larsson, 2005‘She improvised bandages and covered the wound with a makeshift compress. Then she poured the coffee and handed him a sandwich. ‘I’m really not hungry,’ he said. ‘I don’t give a damn if you’re hungry. Just eat,’ Salander commanded, taking a big bite of her own cheese sandwich.’

Fictitious Dishes: To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee, 1960”Gracious alive, Cal, what’s all this?’ He was staring at his breakfast plate. Calpurnia said, ‘Tom Robinson’s daddy sent you along this chicken this morning. I fixed it.’ ‘You tell him I’m proud to get it — bet they don’t have chicken for breakfast at the White House.’’

Fictitious Dishes: To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee, 1960”Gracious alive, Cal, what’s all this?’ He was staring at his breakfast plate. Calpurnia said, ‘Tom Robinson’s daddy sent you along this chicken this morning. I fixed it.’ ‘You tell him I’m proud to get it — bet they don’t have chicken for breakfast at the White House.’’

Fictitious Dishes: Oliver Twist by Charles Dickens, 1837‘Child as he was, he was desperate with hunger, and reckless with misery. He rose from the table; and advancing to the master, basin and spoon in hand, said: somewhat alarmed at his own temerity: ‘Please, sir, I want some more.’’

Fictitious Dishes: Oliver Twist by Charles Dickens, 1837‘Child as he was, he was desperate with hunger, and reckless with misery. He rose from the table; and advancing to the master, basin and spoon in hand, said: somewhat alarmed at his own temerity: ‘Please, sir, I want some more.’’