So, an article in this month's Gourmet has got my mouth salivating. Unfortunately, there were no recipes attached. I searched the web, but frankly who knows what recipes are good and which are crap. I eliminated the ones without yeast straight off, but then was left with many different versions - with sour cream, without it, with cream cheese - without. Does anyone have a recipe that has been passed down from your grandmas or other Czech relatives?
My favourite things in the world to eat/make are any pastry made with sweet, yeasty dough. I've done Pannetone (okay, I TRIED to make Pannetone - if you want to get technical), romanian cozonac, polish babkas, french brioche - well, you get the idea.
So, any old family recipes for fruit kolaches? Oh yeah, I must specify that the "pigs in a blanket" variety don't tempt me.
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