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 7 - Everything that is not only mahallya association for mutual support. The community plays a variety of roles, including monitoring and education. Mahallya children grow up under the supervision of the whole community and has always had a spirit of respect and obedience to the elderly community observed the old tradition of mutual support - khashar. Many hands make light work. Thus, residents voluntarily and without pay to help build a house for neighbors to organize a wedding reception or in memory of plov, to improve the conditions in the area.
Mahallya preserving people's work habits and traditions. Not without reason, we can say that a person is born and lives mahallya, and when he dies mahallya handles the last rites for him.
Uzbekistan national cuisine
Uzbek cuisine is influenced by local agriculture. Most countries have a large grain farming in Uzbekistan, so breads and noodles importance and Uzbek cuisine characterization of the so-called "rich pasta." Sheep meat is popular for a lot of different sheep in the country and it is part of various Uzbek dishes.
Signature dishes Uzbekistan Palov (plov or OSH), the main food is usually rice, meat, and grated carrots and onions. Oshi Nahor or "morning plov" is served in the early morning hours (6-9 hours), large gatherings of guests, typically as part of ongoing wedding celebration. Other notable national dishes shurpa (shurva or shorva), a soup made of large pieces of fatty meat (usually lamb), and fresh vegetables, Norin and Lagman, pasta dishes served with soup or main dish manti, chuchvara and Somsak, spent pockets of dough served as an appetizer or main course, dimlama (a meat and vegetable stew) and various kebabs, usually served as a main dish.
Green tea is the national hot beverage taken throughout the day, tea houses (chaikhanas) cultural significance. The more usual black tea is preferred in Tashkent, both of which are usually without milk or sugar. Tea always accompanies a meal, but it is also a drink of hospitality, automatically offered to all guests of green or black. Ayran, chilled yogurt drink popular in summer, but does not replace hot tea.