Lithuanian food is almost as good as sex. Also, if you are drunk it has an even better taste.
Kibinai – It is a pastry filled with onion and meat, that tastes so good that I think it is unicorn meat. It tasted so good and it is so strong that the taste of it will be in your mouth for the whole day.
Šakotis (Lithuania cake) – Aaaaaaahhhhh !! I FREAKING LOVE IT !! The first time I saw it I was like What the f*ck is this ?? Is it eatable ??? But then the taste was soooooo good that I was wondering where you were all my life ???
Dumplings/Koldūnai su mėsa – Similar to my Raviolis with with a different taste. Usually you eat it with sour cream but the taste of the meat is sooooo peculiar. I tried to cook it with tomato sauce and it was a disaster, please always eat it with sour cream.
Baked pancakes – First time I order pancakes here I was expecting north-american style pancakes with syrup, but I was surprised to see with sour cream and meat inside. It tastes like crêpe. Super tasty but for the normal price it is not enough to satisfy me.
Kebabs – Modified Turkish food. It isn’t so common in Latin America as here in Europe. You can see two kebab places per block, it is amazing. It is similar to burritos but with lamb meat, vegetables and garlic sauce. The taste is so strong that you might smell like Kebab for at least 10 hours and if you eat it at your room is worst. I’ve been to some student dorms that smell like kebab.
Cepelinai – It is a huge dumpling made out of riced potato with meat inside. It is served with sour cream. The potato layer has a lot of air and it looks like a Zepeline airship (there comes his name).
Kepta duona – Fried pieces of dark bread mixed with garlic and cheese sauce. It is the best thing ever made to eat with a good lithuanian beer. Seriously, I freaking love them. You just have to take care with them, since in some places they are so over cooked that you feel you are eating a brick and you can easily break your teeth.
Am I missing something ?? Please let me know so I could taste it.
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