Kladdkaka – The Swedish brownie

This post is a collaboration with Réka from The Holy Wisk blog. I can’t exactly remember if she found me on Instagram, or I found her, but it turned out quickly, we have a lot in common. What I really like about her blog, beyond that finally not an other everything – free diet blog, is that she often makes all the classic Hungarian dishes from my childhood. Layered potatoes, poppy seed […]

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Shuba salad – Herring in fur coat

Some people say Latvian cuisine is “the world’s saddest” cuisine. The word “cuisine” is so fancy. For me, it sounds like something in which you put a lot of energy, knowledge, and passion to bring it to a higher level. And there are the Latvians with national dishes like potato, and beetroot, which are simply just food, invented for eating purposes. One of my friends says, if he had written a book […]

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Crunchy dill pickles

Let’s just face to the fact, that the Latvian cuisine isn’t one of the world’s culinary miracles, and neither Latvia nor the Baltic states are popular touristic destinations. Most of us only remember the Riga, Tallin, Vilnius triangle from geography classes, but God knows which belongs to what country. In my opinion, it’s a pretty underrated region, in spite of the various cheap flights goes to Riga. The weather is nice, it’s […]

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