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Recipe of the Week: Latvian Pīrāgi!

This week’s recipe hails from the Baltic nation of Latvia, a country that is not yet paved on the tourist path, but certainly will be soon. Its scenery is beautiful, its history is fascinating, and, of course, its cuisine is mouth-watering. Find out first-hand by trying out this recipe for Pīrāgi, adapted from the Latvian Institute website.

This week’s recipe hails from the Baltic nation of Latvia, a country that is not yet paved on the tourist path, but certainly will be soon. Its scenery is beautiful, its history is fascinating, and, of course, its cuisine is mouth-watering. Find out first-hand by trying out this recipe for Pīrāgi, adapted from the Latvian Institute website.

For full article please see: http://wanderlustandlipstick.com/blogs/foodfreeway/2011/02/09/recipe-of-the-week-latvian-piragi

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