CIMG0611 As I said earlier in the same post, a couple of foreigners asked me at a grocery store if I knew where to find chocolate with cheese inside, and I thought they were talking about chocolate-glazed mini-cheesecakes. It turns out it’s not the only kind of “chocolate with cheese filling” one can find in Lithuania. My sister later told me that a certain chocolate store actually sells chocolates filled with what is in Lithuania called “moldy” cheese, which encompasses blue cheese, gorgonzola and the like. So maybe that’s what the foreign couple was talking about!
Of course, I had to try it. It was a thin cylindrical chocolate shell that was filled with something like gorgonzola and topped with nuts. I liked it, but then I’m a person for who almost no food is too weird.
Vilnius, Lithuania, September 2005