Though saffron isn’t really Georgian (marigold is), I remember it being pretty good.
I posted a recipe for pork brains Telavi a few years ago, and I’m always looking for more fun ways to prepare brains. I don’t think it was particularly successful, but it’s rather unusual to see baklava in a Georgian restaurant.
The plays are sometimes provocative, always intelligent and often full of laughter.
The troupe tries to embody in its work such principles as spiritual and emotional contact between the audience and the actors, the openness and sincerity of expression, high artistic standards.
The professionalism of actors, fresh urgent performances, interesting interpretation of classical plays and original view of each role have formed the recognizable style of the troupe and gained the popularity of the Academic Theatre of Drama and Comedy with the citizens and guests of Kiev, who do not miss an opportunity to see one of the best theatres of the Ukrainian capital.
Some words should be said about the founder of the theatre, Eduard Mitnizky.
The last part of the mosaic is more accessible, and belongs to what I’d call pastoral socialist realism.
Just like the Georgians spend their time making wine, drinking, and singing in Soviet mosaics across Georgia, the Ukrainian is shepherding and resting in a field.
In my pictures, I can see planes, stars, flames, a film strip, a pendulum, a compass, a TV set, and somewhere something that must represent the cosmos. A few feet further, it’s the Kiev zoo, with peacocks and penguins.
Not exactly Ukraine’s mascots, but Andrey Kurkov would appreciate.
Further on, people are playing chess with their pet seals.
He has not only created this popular theatre but also educated many modern directors, who are proud to call themselves the students of Eduard Mitnizky.
Many critics assert that there is even a new theatrical phenomenon, the so called Mitnitsky School of Theatrical Direction.