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Tag / Food | Drink
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A large majority of Americans consider hot dogs an all American meal, made for roasting on the grill while having a summer barbecue party with friends or a staple at outdoor activities. They are a family favorite, a game-day must have, and kids love them, but many people have forgotten the original ways of eating these...
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Cacao Prague is a cafe combining healthy American favorites with Czech flavors. Open for breakfast and lunch, they’re serving up all natural delicacies like homemade ice cream, gelatos, finger sandwiches, tarts, cakes, soups, bagels, and of course acai bowls. Cacao prides themselves on using no artificial flavors, and you can taste the difference. Cacao takes healthy...
December is here again (so quickly!) and today we are looking at Moravian and Bohemian gingerbread designs from the Czech Republic. Back home, gingerbread is eaten year round and beautifully decorated cookies are given on all occasions. You can purchase cookies with designs or harder loaves of gingerbread which is often grated into recipes. Walking...
Czechs love nothing more than lard (pork fat or sádlo) and cracklings on bread accompanied with some mustard, a bit of onion, a pickle, and a nice Czech beer. Eating this delicious combination has been known to evoke moments of genuine human joy. Seriously. Sit in any Czech pub on a cold winter night and see the...
We’re always on the lookout for a delicious Czech cheesecake (Czech: Tvarohový koláč) recipe so imagine my surprise when I found it in one of my own cookbooks (entitled My Cookbook) from 1973. Last weekend, we were unpacking some boxes which had been sitting in storage for many years – decades – I found old volunteering awards, penmanship...
For Czechs, bread is a way of life. Everywhere you go, fresh bakeries on town squares send delicious aromas to the street, luring in people for their earthy and hearty loaves. Czech bread is known the world over for its delicious taste and texture. I’ll share a little family story… After my grandmother Marie divorced,...
There is nothing more popular in Czech cuisine as dumplings. Today we are going to share a family recipe for Carlsbad Dumplings or Karlovarský Knedlíky. In the Bohemian forests, around the Šumava mountains, dumplings are called bosáky, in Southern Bohemia, they’re called drbáky and in Moravia they’re often served with poppy seeds and called šulánky. In the...
Sauerkraut-Zeli
Czech Zelí (Sauerkraut) is like no other. Unlike German sauerkraut or American sauerkraut Czech sauerkraut is not necessarily sour. When most people make sauerkraut they just take pickled cabbage and heat it, but when Czechs make it (or at least the Czechs I know) they use pickled cabbage, sugar, onions, an apple, and lots of...
Czech-Salt-Table
Whenever we have Americans over to our house for a meal there is always one thing that they notice immediately and that is that we keep our salt in a small bowl in the middle of the table, not in a shaker, and not in a grinder. To get the salt you need to reach...
Czech-Snack-Platter
Czechs are famous for their food, but what most people don’t know is that that does not only stand for their meals. In Czech it is almost unheard of to go to someone’s house and not find a platter of snacks ready for you. In Czech there are so many bakeries, delis, and vegetable markets, and...