Sakotis refers to the Lithuanian wedding cake which is actually a cookie-like pastry shaped into a Christmas tree. Sakotis is baked to a sunny yellow hue and with fresh flowers and herbs protruding from the top peak.

Related Articles

Kransakaka ■■■■■
Kransakaka refers to Iceland's cake enjoyed at weddings. Kransakaka is maade up of ring-shaped almond . . . Read More
Paska ■■■■
Paska refers to Ukranian and Slovakian traditional Easter cake/bread. Paska came from Jewish feast called . . . Read More
Pulla ■■■■
Pulla simply refers to cinnamon bun or bun spiced with cinnamon, rolled in layers of cinnamonor round . . . Read More
Ballerine Pasta ■■■■
Ballerine Pasta: Ballerine Pasta also known as Ballerine which refers to a short cut pasta. It is cone-shaped, . . . Read More
Fatali Pepper ■■■■
Fatali Pepper refers to a variety of hot or spicy pepperone the hottest peppers known whichi scores near . . . Read More
Kransekage ■■■■
Kransekage is Danish word which is literally translated as "ringcake" and actually refers to an almond . . . Read More
Croquembouche ■■■■
Croquembouche is a French term, literally means "crisp in the mouth" refers to a pyramid-shaped clustering . . . Read More
Frittilaria lanceloata ■■■■
Frittilaria lanceloata also called Chocolate Lily or Rice Root refers to a rare herb that is 80 centimeters . . . Read More
Gingerbread ■■■
Gingerbread refers to a variety of baked goods, typically flavored with ginger, cloves, nutmeg, or cinnamon . . . Read More
Tree at environment-database.eu■■■
In the environmental context, "tree" refers to a large perennial plant that has a single stem or trunk, . . . Read More