About Czech Cuisine

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Typical Ingredients in Czech Meals

Typical Ingredients in Czech Meals

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Posted: 10.4.2014

Czech Republic lies in the moderate climate of Central Europe. The local climate provides a little bit of everything. Because the Czech Republic has all four seasons, the range of accessible local ingredients varies along […]

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Cuisine of the Wallachian Kingdom

Cuisine of the Wallachian Kingdom

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Posted: 31.3.2014

Wallachian Kingdom is a soubriquet for the Wallachian region in the eastern part of Moravia. This region is known for its beautiful hilly landscape, its folk architecture and mainly for its famous fruit cakes.

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The Magic of Silesian Cuisine

The Magic of Silesian Cuisine

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Posted: 24.3.2014

The Silesian cuisine is quite rich regional cuisine of the northern part of Moravia and the area of southern Poland near the borders with Czech Republic. Local cuisine is influenced heavily by Polish and German […]

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Magdalena Dobromila Rettigová and her legacy

Magdalena Dobromila Rettigová and her legacy

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Posted: 21.3.2014

Every country has its culinary tradition and typical cuisine. Family and national recipes are passed on from generation to generation similarly as folklore stories. These recipes contribute largely to the national identity and are treasured […]

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Traditional Czech Bread

Traditional Czech Bread

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Posted: 17.3.2014

If you ask the Czech expats, students or simply people who spend a lot of time outside the Czech Republic, what they miss the most, many of them will tell that it is the traditional […]

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Confectionery and Czech Tradition

Confectionery and Czech Tradition

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Posted: 10.3.2014

Although the Czech lands do not have very rich tradition in confectionery, not as much as in bakery, it provides a range variety of adopted and modified delicacies which will satisfy everyone who loves sweets.

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