One of our priorities is to prepare dishes in accordance with the natural cycle of nature, which is why our stores offer you e.g. Lithuanian cold soup. Its base is fresh, crispy chard, accompanied by cucumber, radish and dill.
Soup from Soplicowo
Traditionally, soup was served completely differently than today. It was eaten with additions in the form of boiled crayfish, pieces of fish or veal – as Adam Mickiewicz himself wrote about in the national epic “Pan Tadeusz”. The first culinary references to the Lithuanian cold soup date back to the reign of the Jagiellonian dynasty (14th century). The dish has its roots in Podlasie, which at that time was largely inhabited by the Lithuanian minority.