Beer brewing has a long tradition in what is now the Czech Republic and some Czech beer brands are well-known internationally. Let’s look at the history of Czech beer brewing and some other interesting data.
Red currant tart or Rybízový táč is a very typical Czech dessert that is what to many people summer tastes like. Summer at the countryside.
Nádivka is a typical Easter stuffing served in the Czech Republic at Easter. It’s also a very typical spring recipe as it makes use of all the herbs that just recently started growing.
Mazanec is sweet pastry baked in the Czech Republic at Christmas. This is a beginner-friendly recipe.
The chateau of Hluboká nad Vltavou could easily be the Czech Sleeping Beauty Castle. It’s surrounded by flower gardens and with interiors in wood and gold and you’d expect the princess to be just around the corner.
Traditional silly walk in Brno on the International Silly Walk Day.
Gluten-free, dairy-free, vegan, no sugar, bio…let’s look at the options and food alternatives in the Czech Republic.
The world doesn’t really know the name of Růžena Holubová though it should. Let me tell you something about this Czech-Austrian explorer and ethnographer.
Live Nativity Scene in Rajhrad brings together hundreds of people each year at Christmas.
Vánočka, houska, štědrovka…these are just some of the names of the famous Czech Christmas pastry. Read on if you want to learn more about its history and all the names given to it over the centuries.