Salmon terrine

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A terrine is a loaf of prepared food, similar to a pate; it is cooked in a pottery of certain form. Actually, as knowledgeable people say, all pates are terrines, but not all terrines are pates. The main difference between pates and terrines is that pates are easier to make, although to make a terrine some understanding about food preparation and experience are necessary. It may be any kind of meat used for cooking depending on your preferences. Terrines are more widely used to prepare meats, however seafood may be used too and smoked salmon terrine is widely known and…

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BBQ sauce

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Barbeque burger sauce Without a doubt, sauce is one of the most important components of a meal - either for meat or non-meat dishes. If the sauce is homemade, that would ensure even more satisfaction. There are tons of different recipes available on the internet to be used on various occasions. In this case, below is a recipe of barbeque grill sauce, which you may use for homemade burgers, salads and so on - my little contribution towards making meals a bit different and a bit more tasty, according to everyone's individual taste preferences. All ingredients are the most usual…

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Lithuanian desert sakotis

Bakery near Ignalina This is another part of our trip around Lithuania. In the morning of the second day of our trip, after a coffee and light breakfast, we went to Ignalina. Our destination was bakery Romnesa, where Lithuanian desert sakotis (šakočiai or raguolis), what is national delicacy, is produced.   Sakotis is a special muffin in a shape of tree with a hollow in the middle prepared by monks since 15th century. Similar kind of muffins is also popular in Germany, Poland, Sweden, Hungary and Japan. However, every country has own specific traditions of preparing them. Variants of preparing…

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Seafood specialities in Montenegro

Seafood in Montenegro During our vacation, we obviously enjoyed a lot of seafood in Montenegro and local wine of course. Especially, we were excited about buying fresh seafood on the shore from fishermen and preparing our (not anymore their) catch at home. In my opinion, there are more tasty oysters in neighbouring Croatia, however the taste of mussels from Bay of Kotor outperforms many regions offering similar production. In local warehouses it was possible to buy different kind of seafood (and the price was excellent indeed). It was real celebration of summer every evening in Montenegro all week long. Seafood…

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