They say that caviar is an acquired taste. They haven’t tried kilu.
Me and kilu first met at Hell Hunt. And it didn’t go well. As you can see in the video at the bottom of my first Estonian post But, the first thing I did as soon as I got back to Tallinn was to buy kilu. I don’t know why, but my hand just took it from the shelf in Rimi supermarket.
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Perfect when you need something fast, fresh and healthy, but still filling…
To have a fried dough for breakfast… After a teaspoon of slatko and a cup of coffee. In Sumrakovac village. Love it! The dough is called mekice, or mekike more often, and slatko is a type of fruit preserve that in Serbia we usually offer to the house guests as soon as they enter the door. It is served in a decorative bowl, alongside glasses, all filled with water. The guest eats a teaspoon of slatko, puts teaspoon in an empty glass and drinks from another. It’s an old custom and some people like to have it at their home first thing in the morning, before the coffee. So, back to mekice, the fried dough. It is basically a basic bread dough that Gaga‘s mom always has on hands. Flour + water + salt + yeast, and that’s it. Here, they eat them with fresh cheese, or sprinkled with sugar.
You need something like this on a lazy Sunday. Muffins – because they’re simple, cinnamon – because it will warm you up and apples – ’cause everything will be juicier with them. And if you go to the country side, you can sit in front of your fireplace and enjoy these beauties with a cup of warm milk.