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NEW! Lithuanian Cookbook Now Available!

My Food Odyssey Lithuanian Cooking Book | www.myfoododyssey.com

I am delighted to announce that my Lithuanian recipes are now available in a handy cookbook. The recipes are explained in detail, with step-by-step photos provided where needed. Each recipe has been thoroughly tested and I have suggested alternatives for some hard-to-find ingredients. If you are new to Lithuanian cooking it is an ideal introduction. The book also contains a number of stunning photographs of the Lithuanian landscape and wildlife. Available in both paperback & Kindle formats from just US$2.99 here. The Kindle version is also available FREE with all paperback purchases!

Lithuanian Cepelinai (Potato Dumplings) | www.myfoododyssey.com

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  1. Audre Sakalas #

    Hi June,
    I am very disappointed with Amazon. They are doing a disservice to you & your customers. I ordered 6 cookbooks in total and have received none of them. Amazon has no explanation other than they are sorry. I will be cancelling my Amazon orders today as they are still in the system. Your cook books were to be Christmas gifts and my family was very disappointed. On a humorous note … my potatoes sprouted eyes while waiting for my shipment!

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    January 9, 2018
    • Hi Audre. I’m so sorry to hear that. I can offer no excuse on their behalf – that’s just not good enough, especially around Christmas. I wish I had a way of selling them other than through Amazon, but at the moment that’s the only avenue available to me. Sorry to hear you will be cancelling and that your family will miss out on their gift. My sincere apologies. June.

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      January 9, 2018
      • Hi again, Audre. I know the moment has long since passed, but I took your feedback on board and have published a new hardback version of the book which is available via Barnes & Noble, Book Depository and a number of other online booksellers. You might even get it in your local bookstore if you request it! Anyway, apologies again that your Amazon order was not fulfilled in time for Christmas. June.

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        April 6, 2018
  2. Great job!! Congrats! 🙂 I am so happy when someone loves Lithuanian kitchen as I do 🙂 Best luck with a book! 😉

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    April 19, 2017
  3. June,

    I love your cookbook. I wish I had the money to buy a hard copy.
    You did an excellent job. Love the recipe choices. Am sharing it.
    Love Sarah

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    March 12, 2017
    • Hi Sarah! Thanks a million for buying the book. I can understand that it’s nicer to read from a hard copy, but just to say that from my perspective it’s the same if you buy hard copy or ebook – the extra cost is purely for printing. So I’m delighted either way! I’m so glad you’re enjoying it. June.

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      March 13, 2017
  4. Hello June. Your sister Audrey told me of your blog-we took an on line poetry class together-so here I am. We have a 7 acre homestead in Illinois, raise all our own meat and most of our own veggies. Can’t wait to read up on your old posts and see what you do in Lithuania!

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    February 20, 2017
    • Hey Donna! Thanks for checking out the blog! You have a very interesting blog yourselves – I look forward to reading more of it. Best of luck with your homesteading endeavours! June.

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      February 20, 2017
  5. Congratulations!

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    February 18, 2017
  6. Frances Onaitis Tennant #

    Congratulations to you! But … I read books printed on paper. I don’t own those devices that you “load” books onto. Shucks!!

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    February 18, 2017
    • If you can read this post you do own such a device, Frances! Amazon allows you to download a free app on laptop, phone, ipad, etc. that you can use to buy and read Kindle books!
      I take the point, though – some people prefer print. At the moment that’s not feasible for me but it’s definitely something I’d like to do in the future.

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      February 18, 2017
  7. Cool, congrats!

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    February 17, 2017
  8. I will buy this … I need to wait for my husband to help me because I don’t actually use the kindle but I will so certainly buy this – as you know I love your recipes, your photos and your words so for 3 and a bit euro its a snip!

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    February 17, 2017
    • Thank you so much Osyth! Note that it’s a compilation of the recipes from the site. I just thought people would like the convenience of having them in one book that they can refer to offline. Plus the photos are lush (if I say so myself!) I hope you like it.

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      February 17, 2017
      • Recipe books are generally a compilation of something or other …. I shall be delighted to have a little stash of yours in one place and you go ahead and toot your trumpet on your camera skills – you have every right!! 🎺

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        February 17, 2017

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