Kosova Food 2 – Ajvar

Ajvar [eye-var] or hajvar is a sort of relish made from roasted peppers.  It is a popular accompaniment in Kosova for many foods and is used as a base for pizzas, in place of chutney or mustard in a sandwich and on the side of bread and cheese and many traditional Kosovar dishes.

Ajvar is made in the autumn (September and October) when peppers are very cheap. Continue reading “Kosova Food 2 – Ajvar”

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Kosova Food 1 – samun me suxhuk

Over a year ago I wrote a blog post about things I miss from England. That blog post was all about food, specifically the food you can’t get in Kosova. The good news: you can now get more and more food items that 3 years ago you couldn’t find here. Now we have baked beans, soy sauce, barbecue sauce, ramen noodles, sweet chilli sauce and Texas barbecue flavoured Pringles! Even at the market you can now find celery, fresh mushrooms, sweet potatoes, avocados and even passion fruit (though it will cost you). This is far removed from how things were when I first moved to Kosova 3 years ago when a stick of celery was a luxury I couldn’t hope to find anywhere. Continue reading “Kosova Food 1 – samun me suxhuk”

Celebration time

Dear friends. It’s been a very long summer for us, hence the reason we haven’t posted anything for several months. It’s back to school time for the children and youth but for us it’s just a case of carrying on as normal. We haven’t stopped for a break this summer which has been a little tiring, partly because of the 40ºC+ heat we have here in Kosova in the summer. Because it’s been so long, we’ll start with the most recent news first and update you on some other activities from the summer in the near future.

2017 is a special year for our church, Kisha Rilindja e Kosovës, as we celebrate 10 years since Pastor Jeton and Flora started the church. Continue reading “Celebration time”

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