As every Saturday, the most open conversations with the most interesting Lithuanians will once again take place in the studio of culinary shows. This time, the contagious laughter of singer Raji will be heard in the studio of the show and, while the performer interacts with the host of the show I. Juciūtė, the roasted guru Robertas Svetlauskas will make barbecue ribs and salad of coleslaw in the grid area. .
In the studio, he started a conversation with the performer over a cup of coffee. Asked by the host if anyone would make him coffee on Saturday morning, the interlocutor, without losing his characteristic wit, answered without hesitation: “Yes. Produced by Raji.
The same morning conversation took place with the same open and cheerful spirit. Recalling the difficult quarantine moment that Raji had to go through in Panevėžys with his mother Vidas, the interlocutor revealed the recipe for the success of the winner of the newly made reality show “Big Show Bubble”.
“I feel really good after the win. There was no separate strategy of any kind, but I think I could win. Faith makes up for it. What does that mean for me? In this show, I checked to see if I was having fun with myself and with the people around me People quickly distinguish between what you are in reality and what you are on stage People who play in people are not interested in life It must be yourself It may not work “For most, but yes. The secret to success can be said to be openness and sincerity,” said Raji.
Asked by the host if the victory of the reality show added fame and how he protected himself from fans who carried not only flowers but also lard or eggs, Raji openly admitted: “I don’t even think about it. Sure, maybe the younger generation learned more about me, but something hasn’t changed much. And with the fans, I always set the limit. I accept everyone as they are. “
The famous performer admitted that he, like many famous people, had suffered from the so-called stellar disease. True, the latter did not last long, because the young performer, as a mat, was built in its place … his mother Vidos.
“When I was 18, I had the so-called ‘star disease’, but very briefly. My mother Vida put me in place. As soon as I got to Panevėžys, she immediately” lowered “me to the ground. They said: “You came here you see a star. You just have to close the door and sit in the armchair,” Raji recalled the strict education of his mother Vida.
After the conversation about her mother Vidas and her fantastically prepared dishes, the presenter also recalled Raji’s culinary profession and asked with which dishes the interlocutor consented her mother to allow her to relax from the routine. and rest from the kitchen.
“I have a culinary diploma, but it’s better to take my mother somewhere to eat than to do it myself. Home cooking: Mother’s life area. She doesn’t like it when I start to master the kitchen, angry because I can’t “My job is just to make coffee, wash the dishes, tidy everything up,” said Raji.
When asked what might surprise him when he did it himself, Raji replied without thinking: “I eat everything but soup other than milk. Even now, just thinking about this movie about milk soup, it immediately goes bad … ”
However, with a completely different mood, Raji met a barbecue dish from the show “Cooking Stories” R. Svetlauskas: BBQ ribs with cabbage salad.
“The recipe is fantastic, I really wouldn’t know how to make it,” Raji said as he tasted the sophisticated dish and added with a smile that the breakfast was wonderful and the life fantastic.
He’ll find out what delicious gifts Raji receives from fans, what he likes to eat the most and why a man’s culinary diploma is dusty in the closet this Saturday, at 10 a.m., in the “cooking stories” of TV3!