A Traditional Latvian Dinner: Celebrate Latvian Independence Day!

The Latvian Ladies of Maine will prepare a traditional dinner to celebrate Latvian Independence Day topped off with a traditional Latvian birthday sweetbread.
One of the Baltic states in the Baltic region of Northern Europe, The Republic of Latvia declared its independence on November 18, 1918, in the aftermath of World War I, following centuries of Swedish, Polish and Russian rule.

Come to celebrate and experience the meaning of freedom and independence through this rich cultural experience. In addition to delicious Latvian foods, will provide a presentation on Latvian culture and music, a bit of history, and a few brief refugee stories by Latvian neighbors of the midcoast community.

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Appetizers

Pīragus
(an appetizer of bacon and onion, or mushroom and onion)

Beetroot Soup
(borscht)

Entrée

Roasted Pork Loin with onion gravy

Kāposti
(braised sweet and sour sauerkraut)

Burkānus ar medu
(carrots with wildflower honey)

Potatoes and herbs

Dessert

Apple dessert variety

Klingeris
(traditional Latvian birthday sweet bread)

$35.00

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