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