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Lithuanian Sausage in Baltimore?

JB Jun 13, 2004 08:54 PM

Does anyone sell Lithuanian Sausage in Baltimore? When I was a kid we would have it at holidays. It was called dashiti - although I'm not confident about the spelling.

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    Hon RE: JB Jun 14, 2004 08:55 AM

    Theres a stand in the Fells Point Market called Sophies that is mainly polish but she sells alot of different kinds of sausages and she just might have it or something similar!

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      Chris S RE: Hon Jun 14, 2004 09:46 AM

      At the Lithuanian Hall, in Sowebo, maybe?

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        ck RE: Chris S Jun 14, 2004 01:37 PM

        I don't think the Lithuanian Hall sells food generally. I don't know about Lithuanian sausage but my favorite place to buy sausage and kielbasa is Ostrowski's in Fells Point.

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          JB RE: ck Jun 14, 2004 02:00 PM

          Thanks for the suggestions!

          I went to Lithuanian Hall last week and they didn't have sausage on the menu - just cheap pizza and buffalo wings. They did have two different Lithuanian beers and a Lithuanian liquor called virytus (flavored with honey and cinamon). They also had a rowdy group of Fort McHenry re-enactors in full uniform who, according to the bartender, come by regularly. It's a good friendly place and you can get draft beer for a buck.

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      sridgeway RE: JB Jul 16, 2010 08:26 AM

      I bought some Lithuanian sausage from Scittions Market, Mr. Albert M. Shilinski taught them how to make it and it was very good they also make it for the Lithuanian festival.
      Phone: (410) 788-2369Over 36 Years Of ExperienceScittino's Italian Market PlaceIf You Want It Made Fresh, To Your Specifications, Come To Scittino'sWelcome to Scittino's Italian Market Place1701 Edmondson Avenue
      Catonsville, Maryland 21228

      Scittino's Italian Market
      1701 Edmondson Ave, Baltimore, MD 21223

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        judyrem RE: JB Jul 18, 2010 04:29 PM

        I think you mean dashedis, They are grated potato, bacon insausage casings.
        My Lithuanian grandmother made them, and they were delish!!!!!!

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