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Lamb Goulash

As you might know from a few posts back, I’ve recently been to Hungary, Slovakia and the Czech Republic. All of these countries seem to have (among others) one thing in common: GOULASH. 399 more words

Mains

Traditional Czech Kolache (Chodské koláče)

You know how when you were little everything was always better at the neighbors? Neighbor kids had better (and more!) toys, could stay up late when you weren’t allowed to, and their Mom cooked way better than yours. 1,272 more words

Breads And Rolls

The Culinary Part of Eurotrip

It’s been way to long since our last proper trip, one that you could really call traveling. It’s been more than 5 months to be exact – since our weekend getaway to Paris (which was a culinary rich experience as well – you can read about it… 2,555 more words

Culinary Adventures

Slovak Honey Crescent Rolls (Lúpačky/Makovky)

If there truly was reincarnation and I could choose what I’d be born as in the next life, I’d love to be Sleeping Beauty. No question about that. 1,025 more words

Breads And Rolls

Mom's Pulled Apple Strudel

For this recipe I’ll make a quick trip back home again, if only down the memory lane. I’m about eleven, standing in Mom’s red and white kitchen and watching in awe as she takes off her wedding ring, slides her hands under a sheet of rolled-out dough and starts stretching it gently with her fingers. 1,186 more words

Pies And Tarts

Traditional pierogi with bryndza sheep cheese

Food doesn’t play just a practical role of feeding and building up our bodies. As it happens, very often we turn to it to seek comfort as well. 915 more words

Slovak Cuisine

Slovak Stuffed Cabbage Recipe

Last week when I wrote this post about my favorite Slovak foods, my aunt expressed her consternation on my Facebook page. She couldn’t believe that I would post mouth-watering photos of scrumptrilescent kitchen creations without instructing my readers on how to actually make them. 810 more words

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