8 Nov 2013

Lithuanian Food Market and Protmūšis

For most of us it was the day of full-on cooking. For one evening Teviot Dining hall became a wee Lithuanian food market. “Lašiniai”, rye bread, “Skruzdėlynas”, potato pancakes/scones, apple pie with ice-cream, doughnuts, “Lazy bones” and others were brought as tickets to the night. 

An hour of food tasting was followed by Protmūšis. 4 teams were challenged with 25 hardcore questions - we heard a lot of creative answers!

During the breaks students have voted for the best dish of the night. The first place went to the authors of two Skruzdėlynas”. :) 

The night was absolutely smashing, I am guessing it was a wee while since the last time you had some of those marvellous foods! Huge thanks to everyone who turned up and made this huge effort. You indeed made the night great!

EULS team.

Text: Kornelija Suveizdyte
Photos: Artūras Bagdonas
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5 Nov 2013

Remember, remember the 5th of November!

Remember, remember the 5th of November!

A team of EULS enthusiasts went up on the Calton hill to watch the fireworks for the commemoration of Guys Fawkes night on the 5th of November.

This tradition comes from 1605 as a celebration of a failed conspiracy against a Protestant King James I by English Catholics that aimed to assassinate and replace him with a Catholic head. On the 5th of November Guy Fawkes was caught placing the explosives around the House of Lords and was arrested. That night people of London have lit the bonfires to celebrate their King survival. This tradition has also spread the world.

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1 Nov 2013

All Saints' day

On the 1st of November members of EULS gathered in Bristo square for the All Saints' Day. We lit the candles and remembered all dear people who have passed away. After the commemoration we continued in Teviot with a lovely cup of hot chocolate.


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