Paishanba - pilaf celebration every Thursday
at the restaurant Boom-Barashka
Did you know that Thursday or Paishanba is Sex Day in Uzbekistan. On this day of the week in Uzbekistan, Uzbek families traditionally cook pilaf. Thursday is considered a mandatory day for having sex with spouses in Uzbek families. And cooking pilaf for Thursday dinner has become a symbol of this tradition. When preparing pilaf on such a day, the wives remind their husbands of their basic marital duties. And thanks to pilaf on Thursday, Uzbek wives receive at least once a week the joys of sex from their faithful.

Therefore, pilaf is a sexual dish in Uzbekistan rightfully, and not only as a symbol. Lamb pilaf with saffron, prepared according to all the rules, has a very positive effect on libido.

We invite you to visit the pilaf festival every Thursday at 19:00 in the Boom-Barashka restaurant. Free sweets and belly dancing await you!
The origin of pilaf
The people have an old legend about the origin of the name "Palov Osh" itself. Once the son of the ruler of Bukhara fell madly in love with the daughter of a poor craftsman. He was crushed by the fact that according to local laws, he can not marry a girl not of his circle. The prince began to eat poorly, became isolated in himself, suffered from insomnia at night, and his relatives could not understand why the young man was dying away before his eyes.

In the end, he was so weak that he was forcibly brought to Abu Ali ibn Sino, but the prince refused to talk about his experiences, believing that there was no cure for his illness. Then Avicenna decided to determine the cause by his pulse. To do this, he called a man who knew all the news of the city and each of its inhabitants, and asked to alternately name the areas. Avicenna watched the pulse of the prince, and when the name of one of the districts sounded, his pulse became more frequent. Now Avicenna ordered to call the inhabitants of this area.


When the name of the beloved was uttered, the pulse of the prince became so frequent that everything became clear to the great doctor. He prescribed treatment to the emaciated groom: at least once a week to cook for the young man "fallen osh" until he regains strength, and then play a wedding. Perhaps that is why pilaf is still considered an obligatory dish at a wedding celebration. The name "Osh Paly" consists of the initial letters of all products included in its composition: P (pyez) - onion; A (ayoz) - carrots; L (lahm) - meat; O (olio) - fat; B (vet) - salt; O (v) - water; Ш (shaly) - rice.
The origin of pilaf
The people have an old legend about the origin of the name "Palov Osh" itself. Once the son of the ruler of Bukhara fell madly in love with the daughter of a poor craftsman. He was crushed by the fact that according to local laws, he can not marry a girl not of his circle. The prince began to eat poorly, became isolated in himself, suffered from insomnia at night, and his relatives could not understand why the young man was dying away before his eyes.

In the end, he was so weak that he was forcibly brought to Abu Ali ibn Sino, but the prince refused to talk about his experiences, believing that there was no cure for his illness. Then Avicenna decided to determine the cause by his pulse. To do this, he called a man who knew all the news of the city and each of its inhabitants, and asked to alternately name the areas. Avicenna watched the pulse of the prince, and when the name of one of the districts sounded, his pulse became more frequent. Now Avicenna ordered to call the inhabitants of this area.


When the name of the beloved was uttered, the pulse of the prince became so frequent that everything became clear to the great doctor. He prescribed treatment to the emaciated groom: at least once a week to cook for the young man "fallen osh" until he regains strength, and then play a wedding. Perhaps that is why pilaf is still considered an obligatory dish at a wedding celebration. The name "Osh Paly" consists of the initial letters of all products included in its composition: P (pyez) - onion; A (ayoz) - carrots; L (lahm) - meat; O (olio) - fat; B (vet) - salt; O (v) - water; Ш (shaly) - rice.
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