Always room for dessert

SQUARE WITH FRESH FRUIT Plokštainis su žaliais vaisiais 2 cups flour 4 oz. butter 1 egg ½ cup water Some milk Various sliced fresh fruit or berries Knead all the ingredients to mix them together, roll out a thin layer and spread it in a prepared baking sheet. Make a ...

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Fresh fruit makes summer sensational!

PLUM DUMPLINGS Slyvų virtiniai 25 prune plums 3 Tbsps. sugar 2 large potatoes, peeled and quartered ½ tsp. salt 3 egg yolks 2 Tbsps. shortening or butter, softened Dough 2½ cups all-purpose flour 1 tsp. sugar ½ tsp. baking powder Sauce ½ cup butter 1½ cups dark brown sugar ¼ ...

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The Lithuanian Chapel in St. Peter S Basilica

By K. Paul Žygas A TRIP TO ROME WITHOUT VISITING ST. Peter’s Basilica would be like going to a birthday party but missing out on the cake. This great church, one of the Eternal City’s principal monuments, is continuously open, even during repairs and restorations, and admission is free. But ...

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Cool as a salad

BEET SALAD WITH HORSERADISH Burokėlių salotos su krienais 4 medium red beats 1 horseradish 1 cup diluted vinegar 1 bay leaf 6 of both kinds of peppercorns 1 tsp. sugar Salt to taste Peel boiled beets and grate coarsely. Put in glass dish in layers, alternating with grated horseradish. Pour ...

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Vegetarian delights

TOMATOES STUFFED WITH EGGS Pomidorai su kiaušiniais 6 medium tomatoes 3 hard-boiled eggs 1 raw egg 1 Tbsp. bread crumbs 1 Tbsp. chopped parsley 4 Tbsps. butter Salt and pepper to taste Preheat oven to 350 ° . Cut off the tops of the tomatoes and, using a serrated spoon, ...

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Go for the Gold!

BY RAMUNĖ ZDANAVIČIŪTĖ IT HAS BEEN WELL OVER 80years since Albina Osipavičiū-tė won two gold medals at the when the United States bettered the world record.And so our gifted East Coast girl brought back two golds, which touched the hearts (and wallets) of many local Worcester residents who raised an ...

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What’s for dessert?

RHUBARB COMPOTE Rubarbarų kompotas 2 cups cut up rhubarb stems 1 cup sugar 3 cups water 1 Tbsp.. potato starch Cinnamon, cloves, lemon peel Boil water with spices and sugar, simmer, then strain. Wash rhubarb, peel, cut diagonally into pieces, put into the sugar liquid and cook until the rhubarb ...

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What’s Cooking On the Back Burner? Three Lithuanian Americans – Culprits of a Unique Museum

by Ramunė Zdanavičiūtė CHICAGO CAN NOT ONLY BOAST OF THE LARGEST Lithuanian community in the United States, but also as the proud owner of some of the best museums anywhere: the Art Institute, the Museum of Science and Industry, the Field Museum of Natural History, the Chicago Historical Society, and ...

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For a typical Kūčios supper

CRANBERRY PUDDING Spanguolių kisielius 4 cups cranberries 2 cups sugar 1 cup potato starch, dissolved in 1½ cups cold water 5 cups water ¼ cup lemon juice Cinnamon, cloves, orange peel Rinse cranberries, removing any stems or brown berries. Place in large pot and fill with cold water, covering the ...

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Exploring the Kėdainiai Territory

Text and photos by Val Ramonis   KĖDAINIAI IS A CITY I HAD HEARD AND READ MUCH ABOUT, but never had the opportunity to visit during any of my earliertrips to Lithuania. While in Vilnius during the Millennium celebrations at the beginningof July, I wanted to get away from the ...

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