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Boiled sweet corn for St. Andrew's Day

With the feast of St. Andrew's Day, celebrated every year in the on November 30, the beginning of the winter calendar cycle is set. The people believe that from St. Andrew's Day the day begins to grow as much as one millet grain, so on this day in every family women boil grains from different grains. In the morning, each member of the family throws the cooked beans up into the chimney with the wish that the crops grow tall and mature.


  • 1 kilogram corn
  • Honey-300 gr.
  • 1 cup walnuts


  1. Wash the corn kernels well.
  2. Pour water over them and cook in a saucepan until soft.
  3. Drain the water and mix with honey. Instead of honey they can be sweetened with sugar.
  4. Crush the walnuts and add to the corn and honey.

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