During Christmas, kūčiukai with the poppyseed milk is a must. For winter season, we recommend herring with hot potatoes, sour cream, and onions. Raw fish fans will love it, for only one ingredient in the dish, potatoes, is thermally processed. We also recommend trying fresh smelt, which tastes like fresh cucumbers. You should try the most exotic Lithuanian dish, vėdarai, as well. It is made out of pig’s intestines stuffed with grated potatoes, usually served with cracklings source. The southeastern Lithuania boasts pancakes and crêpes. In Aukštaitija region, the diversity of various types of pancakes and attending sources, condiments, and fillings is so lavish that even those who think they know everything about pancakes will find it difficult to choose… Cranberry kissel goes exceptionally well with pancakes; its vitamin C resources will maintain good health both for children and adults. Acorn coffee is caffeine-free; Lithuanians have got the idea having noticed young wild boars grow strong in winter time after having eaten acorns in autumn.