PAKHLAVA IN SHEKI, AZERBAIJAN
Pakhlava has some distinctions in diverse regions grounded on the materials and baking methods. Sheki is one of the most ancient cities in Azerbaijan and extremely popular for its sweets. This sweet is shaped like a diamond (symbolising fire) pastry made of rice flour, tastes sweet and spicy and is moistened with butter and generously soaked in syrup. A layer is rolled out from the pastry with thickness of minimum 2 mm, put into baking tray, oiled and extravagantly filled with a filling of nuts. This procedure is continued, until about 10 layers are achieved, some even make 14.
CHOCOLATES IN BROC, SWITZERLAND
Chocolates in Broc, Switzerland
With outstanding quality of raw material procured from numerous parts of the world, chocolates here are distinct owing to their thoroughness and…