What weird Czech food do you like the best? / Co vam nejlepe chutna z techto zvlastnich ceskych chodu? - CzechmatediaryWhat weird Czech food do you like the best? / Co vam nejlepe chutna z techto zvlastnich ceskych chodu? - Czechmatediary
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What weird Czech food do you like the best? / Co vam nejlepe chutna z techto zvlastnich ceskych chodu?

bread with lard flickr imageI was thinking the other day, that the Czech kitchen offers some weird dishes (see for yourself!). Yet, one cannot help it but love them. Which one of these unique Czech meals do you love the best?

CZ: Kdyz nad tim zapremyslite, nektere pokrmy ceske kuchyne jsou opravdu prapodivne (presvedcte se sami!). Nejprapodivnejsi na tom ale je, ze nam vsem hrozne chutnaji! Ktery z techto unikatnich ceskych pokrmu je vas nejoblibenejsi?

What 'weird' Czech food do you like the best?

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13 comments… add one
  • Ernest Y. May 3, 2009, 9:54 am

    smazeny syr a kefir jsou moje oblibený!!!! jooooooo…

  • MiGrant May 3, 2009, 3:57 pm

    I’m all about the ovocné knedlíky, baby!

  • A. Decker May 3, 2009, 5:13 pm

    The only one of these I’ve ever had is kefir, about two decades ago. I don’t recall being favorably impressed. However, going by the names listed, I would think garlic toast w/soy sauce might go very well with the egg and dumplings. With a side of fried cheese. These sound good to me, but do not know of a Czech restaurant where I could go try them.
    Then again, I haven’t searched for one. Perhaps I will.

  • Vlastimil May 3, 2009, 9:32 pm

    I adore garlic toast and very well burned.
    That’s why I don’t have my appendix anymore 😉
    Also, I love potato pancakes with lot of garlic…
    and of course garlic soup…..

  • Tanja May 3, 2009, 11:45 pm

    I love Kefir! But I grew up on it so I may just be brain-washed. Also, I have tried the sweetened kefir and I have to tell you…that stuff is for wussies!!

    As far as the toast-dumpling-fried cheese combination goes, I don’t know, that’s a little wild combination. I would definitely keep some digestive pills by the side of my bed 😉

  • Tanja May 3, 2009, 11:47 pm

    And yes, Vlastimil, there is never enough of garlic for anything…I would even put it into the ovocne knedliky if it was up to me!

  • Cazzoduro May 4, 2009, 9:54 am

    Hi Tenja, I love tatarska omacka on chiken and mushrooms!

  • Tanja May 4, 2009, 5:14 pm

    Yes, tatarska omacka is a must!

  • Nikola May 6, 2009, 12:18 pm

    … and what about all the wird meat dishes? I am not a big meat eater and just a thought of all the stuff like beef tongue, cow’s stomach soup etc. just makes me sick, but when I wass a kid and didn’t know what it was made of, I really liked blood soup (prdelacka?). Now I would kill for the garlic toast but I haven’t found a good bread to make it out of here in the US. I have never heard of putting Maggi on it, however. I will have to try it.

  • Nikola May 6, 2009, 12:19 pm

    By the way, Melta is supposed to be really good for breastfeeding mothers. I still have several boxes in my pantry …

  • Tanja May 6, 2009, 3:56 pm

    I totally forgot about Prdelacka a (Kravi) jazyky!!!!! I used to hate Prdelacka…I would find some WEIRD pieces in it – may have been cow teeth??

  • Nikola May 6, 2009, 5:46 pm

    I don’t remember it very well, but I think “prdelacka”was actually made from pig blood during the pig slaughter feast “zabijacka”. I remember that they used to put “kroupy” in it that maybe looked like teeth a little :-). Disgusting no matter what…

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