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  1. She has 'mixed' eyebrows (her eyebrows are joined). She is Saturday-born, or Friday-born, or has been born with a Full Moon. She has red hair. She was born on Tuesday and the 13th of the month. She loves cats and definitely has at least one at home. The other animals either adore her, or they're afraid of her. She has a mark or carob at the point of the third eye. She has a characteristic birth mark somewhere on the body. She has black hair, black eyes, black eyebrows. She cannot easily cry.
  2. Truly beautiful! There is an extremely powerful love / binding spell from Izmir with Mandrake Root. It is said, that if a woman performs the Mandrake Root spell at a man, he'll go crazy for her and he'll run after her. I can post it, if anybody is interest to learn more about this spell.
  3. Fluffy and syrupy Ravani Cake, from the depths of Turkey and Minor Asia, that will excite you… What we will need: For the Ravani Cake: 125 g flour g.o.x. or soft 150 g thick semolina 250 g soft butter 200 grams of sugar 70 grams of coconut (optional, as a topper) 200 grams of cow yogurt 20 g baking powder (1 sachet) 4 large eggs separated or 5 small (at room temperature) 1 pinch of salt Two vanilla lemon zest (from 1 large lemon) juice of 2 fresh oranges For the syrup 750 grams of water 500 grams of sugar 1 lemon peel a few drops of lemon juice All ingredients must be at room temperature. In the bowl of the mixer, beat the butter with the sugar at high speed for 5-6 minutes until fluffy and creamy. Add the yolks one by one, so that the mixture absorbs them. Add the yogurt, the zest, the vanilla, the baking powder and the orange juice, continuing to beat. Preheat the oven to 170 degrees C in air. We will cook on the middle grill. Pour the ravani mixture into a 30 cm round pan which will be very well buttered. Spread the surface with the upside down spoon. Bake for about 40 minutes, until it swells well, its surface turns brown, and comes off the walls of the pan. For the syrup: Boil the ingredients for 5-6 minutes. Pour the hot dessert with hot syrup. Sprinkle with plenty of coconut all around (optional). Freeze the dessert and serve. One secret: Once we take it out of the oven, while the Ravani is still very hot, we cut it with a knife into cake pieces and we carefully pour with the hot syrup (with a spoon), so that every cake piece becomes "wet". I can also give you the magic recipe, the spell that women used to cast while making the Ravani. It is said, that when they gave the man they loved to eat a piece of Ravani (studied with the magic words in the man's name), he would became extremely sweet towards them and he would love them madly. I'll wait for your comments. Warm greetings to all of you and stay safe.
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