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Sparkler Tue 09-Jun-09 19:20:54

Someone at work is from Lithuania and she came back from a visit there recently and brought in a "biscuit type thing" as a gift to the staff. Unfortunately, I haven't been able to find out what this biscuit is called but would love to be able to get hold of one. She did tell me but the name has gone - it was a Lithuanian word!!! smile
All I can describe it as is the following:
2 feet tall
Tastes a little like shortbread
It was being eaten by lots of people who would just break pieces off.
Cone shaped
The pattern on the outside of it looked just like a candle would when it had been lit and the wax had dripped down.
I know I sound totally insane grin but really want to find out what it is. Was going to take a photo of it today but most of it had been eaten!!!!
When I spoke to the girl who bought it she said that the only other place that she knew of that these could be bought in Britain was Manchester??????
Help!!! lol

Sparkler Tue 09-Jun-09 19:23:23

So sorry!!!!!!!!!!!!! I've been searching for this flippin' thing for hours and just after I posted this I found it!!!!! Sakotis!! Now if anyone knows where I can purchase one somewhere in Dorset, I'd love to hear from you!!! Hahaha! grin

skramble Tue 09-Jun-09 23:37:52

I found a recipie but apparently you need a special oven and a rotating stick.

skramble Tue 09-Jun-09 23:40:07

London Shop

LaurieFairyCake Tue 09-Jun-09 23:41:07

OP is mad grin it's almost midnight and she is gripped by chasing down a giant cone shaped biscuit.

Barking grin grin

skramble Tue 09-Jun-09 23:52:32

Try googling baltic, can't help much more as I don't know exactly where Dorset is blush, must go and google that now grin.

skramble Tue 09-Jun-09 23:52:57

I must be madder then grin.

sylvergirl Wed 10-Jun-09 07:32:27

Try Daiva's Shop
There are a lot of Baltic food, "Sakotis" also

Sparkler Thu 11-Jun-09 13:23:48

Hahahahahahaha. Yep I would say I'm pretty much on the verge of barking grin
Thanks for helping! smile

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