RIGA - For most Latvians, long awaited summertime means sunbathing at the Baltic beaches, grilling sashliks on midsummer Ligo night and enjoying locally-grown fresh produce: strawberries, tomatoes and cucumbers. Summer fruits and veggies are in great supply right now. In the beginning of each season, Latvian-grown spinach, potatoes, cauliflower and onions are more expensive than the imported varieties, but there is a strong demand for the home-grown food and market shelves are far from boring with a range of colorful fruits and vegetables to experiment with in the kitchen.There is a...
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