What ‘Czech’ fruit do you miss the most? / Jake ‘ceske’ ovoce vam tu nejvice schazi?What 'Czech' fruit do you miss the most? | Czechmatediary
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What ‘Czech’ fruit do you miss the most? / Jake ‘ceske’ ovoce vam tu nejvice schazi?

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What 'Czech' fruit do you miss the most?

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7 comments… add one
  • Jana V July 19, 2013, 4:55 pm

    You forgot cherries and apricots; I never eat them unless I am in the Czech republic.

  • Tanja July 19, 2013, 9:03 pm

    I actually find quite good cherries and apricots in our markets here. My friend has an apricot tree and her’s taste the best.

  • Eva Z July 20, 2013, 7:26 am

    Švestky se taky dají koupit celkem dobré, i třešně, ale meruňky jsou málokdy chutné. Problém s nimi je, že zralé jsou moc měkké a špatně se převážejí, tak je prodávají nezralé a bez chuti. Bohužel neznám nikoho poblíž, kdo má strom. My ano, ale ještě malý. Meruňky jsou mé nejoblíbenější ovoce, ale pořádné jsem neměla uz léta. Do ČR jezdím v srpnu a to už je na ně pozdě 🙁 Chybí mi všechno z naší zahrady v ČR, protože to výborně chutná, ale co se tu nedá koupit třeba ryngle 🙂

  • Jiri July 24, 2013, 10:36 am

    Found red currants in a local market here in Utah. The market is called Ream’s. I bought a dozen small cartons of them. I love them!

  • Tanja July 24, 2013, 1:34 pm

    No way! I wonder why are Americans so anti-currant. I bet you were the only one who was buying them, right?;)
    Make sure you make a currant jelly out of them!! For Christmas cookies…

  • Eva Z. July 24, 2013, 2:11 pm

    Well, I guess it’s the same with currants here as with cranberries in the CZ. They can grow them there too but I don’t know that they would be widely used. Once in a while in a restaurant with deer dish, while in the US it seems they are in everything, starting with juices, cocktails, cakes, Thanksgiving dinner revolves around them 🙂 I am also wondering whether currants are not more common in the northern part of the US, which is closer to CZ climate. But everything is a supply and demand equation…not enough demand for currant 🙂 Actually most people don’t even know what it is!

  • Jana V July 24, 2013, 2:16 pm

    My favorite memories associated with currents is my grandparents lived in Ceska Lipa at the time and they would help to make syrup from currents. They would use like a meat grinder and smushed the currents and then take the juice and make a syrup. I would then mix it with ordinary tap water or use mattoni to make a bubbly drink

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