Curd plum dumplings

And sweet tooth is still here! Now fruit dumplings which are as well big part of Czech cuisine πŸ™‚ At the end of the 20th century, dumplings were considered to be unhealthy and unfashionable. It was related to the change of lifestyle, which gradually lost physical exertion and, of course, to the mass promotion of … Continue reading Curd plum dumplings

Apple cake with walnuts and crumbling on top

Did you know that Czech Republic is a cake paradise where every region has its own specialities and it is considered as a unique gastronomic wealth? The DomaΕΎlice region, Moravian part, South Bohemian region and Wallachian special types of cakes called "frgΓ‘le" with their protected designation of origin are a good example. The absolute treasure … Continue reading Apple cake with walnuts and crumbling on top

Bryndza Pierogi… typical Slovak dish

Part of our family is from Slovakia and one of my favourite dishes is typical Slovak dish Bryndza Pierogi (pirohy). And what bryndza is? Do you know? You cannot find everywhere actually. Bryndza is product of a sheep milk cheese, creamy and known for strong smell and taste. I have to say - you love … Continue reading Bryndza Pierogi… typical Slovak dish

Summer vegetable soup or in other words the real beef broth

Hot days in Czech Republic are right days for summer vegetable soup or in other words - beef broth with vegetables and homemade "crumbling noodles". To prepare a really good broth may seem like a banality, but to be really successful, you need to take really good care while preparing. And... At the end, a … Continue reading Summer vegetable soup or in other words the real beef broth

Tomato sauce, this time a la papΓ‘

Summer time and holiday are still in Czech Republic. Last days is really hot weather and our time is getting shorter here, soon me and Canito are going back home - to London. Today, we prepared tomato sauce with pasta. I have mentioned already once about typical Czech dish - tomato sauce with pulled beef … Continue reading Tomato sauce, this time a la papΓ‘