Have a hoppy Easter!
Take the day off. No cooking today. Enjoy!
Baba Marta is a holiday celebrated in Bulgaria, on March 1st. Martenitsas, usually in the form of a wrist band, small yarn dolls, or tassels, are created by combining red and white colored threads and are worn on that day and throughout March.
We are thankful this year to have such a wonderful team at BulgarianCooking.com. None of what we do here would be possible without each of you. Thank you to all of our editors, contributors and supporters. We wish you a blessed Thanksgiving.
Have a safe and yummy Halloween. Try some of our pumpkin recipes here: Bulgarian Tikvenik Recipe Roasted Pumpkin Dessert Recipe
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Saints Cyril and Methodius and their students are credited with devising the Glagolitic alphabet, the first alphabet used to transcribe Old Church Slavonic and Cyrillic alphabet. The Glagolitic and Cyrillic alphabets are the oldest known Slavic alphabets, and were created to translate the Bible and other texts into the Slavic languages.
Today, March 8th marks Women’s Day in Bulgaria in which women are appreciated for their achievements. Although not a public holiday, it is considered the “Mother’s Day” of Bulgaria.