We are in the beautiful Belgrade. Rudderless explores Kalemagdan and skadarlija while eating pastries and serbian burgers along the way!!
Well, I do feel that I carry the responsibility of representing my country wherever I am, and this responsibility came with the success that I had in last couple of years, not just myself but the whole group of tennis players that comes from Serbia. And athletes in general are, in this moment, the biggest ambassadors that our country has.Novak Djokovic
Belgrade, Serbia. With tons of bakeries around the city selling sweet treats, there is a high probability that you are going to start your morning right. However, if you’ve watch Rudderless in Serbia from Season 1 then you already know what I am going to say here. Number 2 on my list of things to eat is their Serbian hamburger know as Pljeskavica. And Number 1. Lamb, known as Jagnjetina. I have yet to come across a country other than any former Yugoslavian country that makes lamb taste so good. Countries like Greece and Turkey & Morocco (with lamb coked in a clay pot) come really close. Serbian lamb, slow cooked on a rotisserie in a pit a day that produces buttery meat that falls off the bone. A must have.
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