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Breakfast-in-the-Czech-Republic-Tres-Bohemes-
Breakfast has often been called the most important meal of the day and, according to novinky.cz, the Czech people certainly agree with this statement. Breakfast (Czech: snídaně) is enjoyed by the majority of the Czech people. Only about 14% of Czech people skip breakfast regularly. The rest of the population start their day with a...
Burgerfest-Prague-Tres-Bohemes-9
BurgerFest is a two day festival which if you can’t smell from miles away, takes place at the Exhibition Grounds in Holešovice, Prague. The BurgerFest is the biggest burger festival in all of Europe, and probably one of the only ones is the city. The name basically describes the festival for itself, it is a huge gathering...
Chocolate-Rolada-Tres-Bohemes-2
Rolls are a very popular dessert style all around the world, but especially in many parts of Europe. Some are made of sponge cake, others pastry dough, but our favorite is a meringue roláda. The fillings of these rolls can also differ depending on the culture and personal preference. In this recipe we will be...
3-Traditional-Czech-Cakes-You-Have-To-Try-Tres-Bohemes-1
Koláče are not the only delicious sweet the Czech Republic is known for. In this post, we will be counting down 3 traditional Czech cakes which are known and loved throughout the country. These are, arguably, the most popular cakes from the Czech Republic. 1. Bublanina Bublanina is perhaps one of the most famous cakes...
Because we posted about the numerous benefits of horseradish not too long ago, we have decided to make and share his old Bohemian horseradish soup recipe with you today. Called Staročeská křenová polévka in our native tongue, it is quite simple to make. Obviously, one of the main ingredients is horseradish. Ingredients 1/2 pound sliced smoked pork...
Spa-Wafers-Tres-Bohemes-2
Oplatky or Wafers are something Czech people are not known well enough for. Czechs have been making wafers since before the 1800s when in almost every spa they would make the wafers and then sprinkle them with sugar for spa guests daily. Not like the traditional wafers found in the US, these Czech spa wafers...