JBJ Namai attends markets, fairs and expositions in the Baltics every year and debuts new and creative recipes for their most famous gourmet food - the pickled quail eggs! You can always expect us to present our famous homely atmosphere with degustation's and samples you have never imagined possible!
The concept for JBJ Namai has been developed from all the way back in 2016 and now it is perfected with years of experience!
The recipe for these delicious eggs is a secret that had been passed down for generations. It is one-of-a-kind!
JBJ always puts great attention to the quality of their products! The eggs are locally sourced and natural!
JBJ plans to create more product lines and present their products at international expositions for all the world to see!
A history of pickled eggs
“Pickled eggs were widely made and eaten by Germans as early as the mid-1700s. They were a popular food with German immigrants, especially the Hessian mercenaries fighting against Colonists during the Revolutionary War. Many early recipes come from the Pennsylvania Dutch.
In England, the delicacy was first found in a public house named appropriately, the Pickled Egg in Pickled Egg Lane, where else? The English philosophy was to throw the eggs in vinegar and let them sit forever.”
-Written by Beth Dippel in their article about the famous pickled eggs.