There are many kinds of lavash. There are crackers, my least favorite. Then, there’s a very thin, Armenian kind of lavash that is perfect for wraps. Sometimes I get naughty and make fajitas with it And finally, there is the Georgian kind. The thickest one. And not just any. The one with a cut in the middle. The favorite! Because it reminds me of a bread we have back home, somun, although it’s nothing like it. I just always think that if somun went to Georgia and stayed there for a while, it would turn into something like this
The sandwich just got bigger and better! read more
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.
And then love happened! read more
If I had to choose the ultimate party food it would definitely be this recipe. I make them mini burgers for birthdays, New Year parties, anytime I get a chance to… Kids love them and grownups love them. Especially the grownups. You should see their faces when they see them Come to think about it, these mini burgers were the best thing that ever came to my mind to prepare. read more