Monday, January 11, 2016

Tbilisi, Georgia

That's a candy, not a sausage! It's called churchkhela in Georgia. Thread walnuts onto a cord, dip it in grape mash thickened with flour, dry for several days, and sell on the street. It's the power bar of the Caucasus and is often regarded as the national sweet of Georgia. [2015]

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