I would not be surprised if you have never heard about Lithuanian cuisine - as a country of 3 million people, Lithuania did not make its way into culinary manuals. But combining the flavors of Eastern European, German, Scandinavian, Russian and Jewish cooking, and adding its own twist into it, it is the kitchen worth mentioning.
So what's Lithuanian food like? Once I heard a foreigner politely referring to the national dish of Lithuania - potato zeppelins - as "a meal generous in calories". That is indeed true - many dishes are made from potatoes, meat, bacon and are liberally doused with sour cream (hungry yet?). If you not too much into that, we have plenty of less-artery-clogging options to choose from. But as for me, that is one of the reasons I love Lithuanian cuisine - it is rich, wholesome and very comforting.
Thus read on, cook, share, comment - I hope to see you here often!