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Vanilla Crescents.. THESE are the most wonderful cookies. My grandmother always made these, they are not like the mexican wedding cookies or others you see with pecan, these are so much better! Christmas is not christmas without these in our house!

Vanilla Crescents.. THESE are the most wonderful cookies. My grandmother always made these, they are not like the mexican wedding cookies or others you see with pecan, these are so much better! Christmas is not christmas without these in our house!

a yummy poppy seed roll recipe. Poppy Seed Roll Recipe from Grandmothers Kitchen.

a yummy poppy seed roll recipe. Poppy Seed Roll Recipe from Grandmothers Kitchen.

Czech Honey Cake (Medovnik) - @Robin S. S. S. Hopkins, this is for you.

Czech Honey Cake (Medovnik) & Some Book News!

Czech Honey Cake (Medovnik) - @Robin S. S. S. Hopkins, this is for you.

Haluski (Fried Cabbage and Noodles) | cooking ala mel

Haluski (Fried Cabbage and Noodles)

Haluski (Fried Cabbage and Noodles) | cooking ala mel

These are delicious traditional potato pancakes from the Czech Republic....just like mamka used to make!

These are delicious traditional potato pancakes from the Czech Republic....just like mamka used to make!

Jednoduchý domácí sýr a bez syřidla? Tady je!

Jednoduchý domácí sýr a bez syřidla? Tady je!

Slovak Cooking and Recipes

Slovak Cooking and Recipes

Beef Goulash (Czech) from Food.com: This recipe comes from a cookbook called Anniversary Slovak-American Cookbook, published in 1952. This goulash tastes just like the goulash I ate in Prague.

Beef Goulash (Czech)

Beef Goulash (Czech) from Food.com: This recipe comes from a cookbook called Anniversary Slovak-American Cookbook, published in 1952. This goulash tastes just like the goulash I ate in Prague.

Langos - something I'm perfect at making! Traditionally eaten plain, with garlic butter, cheese and sour cream or even ketchup! It's literally fried bread but it's just..its just amazing.

Langos - something I'm perfect at making! Traditionally eaten plain, with garlic butter, cheese and sour cream or even ketchup! It's literally fried bread but it's just..its just amazing.

Slovak Easter Cheese (Cirak) Recipe

Slovak Easter Cheese (Cirak) Recipe

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