Not sure what cookbook to get next or give as a gift? These are my favorites.
Totally addictive, mouth-watering classic Czech pastry made with fruit and streusel topping
Vibrant chopped salad with tiny quail eggs, Emmenthaler cheese, fresh vegetables and herbs, with a tangy crème fraiche dressing.
A pedestal of toasted, chewy, sliced bread with melted sharp cheese.
Tender, lemony and buttery cookie, that you won’t be able to stop eating.
Czech version of potato latkes. It’s an old family recipe that’s very easy to make. They’re loaded with garlic, marjoram and caraway seeds.
Classic Czech countryside soup made with potatoes, root vegetables and dried porcini mushrooms. Comforting and perfect for cold winter days.
Versatile dish made with grated zucchini, eggs, feta cheese and fresh parsley. Eat it with a salad or as a snack on its own.
My favorite Czech childhood porridge made with semolina flour, and topped with cinnamon, cacao and butter, or with fresh blueberries.
Tender, buttery cookie with a hint of lemon zest, and filled with raspberry jam. Classic Christmas cookie but tastes as good all year round.
Comforting hot drink made by roasting your favorite combination of fresh fruit, sweetener and spices.
Classic Austro-Hungarian tart with almond flour crust and raspberry jam filling
An amalgam of smooth and chunky textures, and tart and sweet flavors with a pretty green color.
Quick and unfussy coffee cake made with juicy blueberries and a butter-brown sugar-cinnamon streusel
Traditional Czech poppy seed bundt cake. It’s moist and airy, and at the same time, pleasantly dense and rich.