Gingerbread cookies from Slovakia

by Smith778 4 years ago

I have to say, they are lovely. Soft and tasty. I was afraid they would have been too hard for eating since I used the Spelled flour. Fortunately, they turned out to be the softest gingerbread cook...

Recommendations for Bratislava Restaurants

by masha 4 years ago

We will be in Bratislava for 3 nights the week after next. From a review of past posts, I note that both Zylinder Cafe and Venturska Klubovna have been recommneded in the past, but some of these po...

Liver dumpling lost recipe

by anniam 5 years ago

My grandmother made a soup from beef and chicken bones. Pretty basic I think, it had parsley and parsley root, carrots, onions, celery. I remember watching her make liver dumplings but I can't find...

What's happening in Budapest and Bratislava restaurants?commenda

by suzieq4 5 years ago

My husband and I will be traveling around Slovakia and Hungary this summer for a few weeks. Do any of you have some good recommendations for restaurants? We like local color, traditional foods, ...

Old World Strudel

by chrisndan0202 6 years ago

My Yugoslavian great-grandmother used to make this absolutely wonderful strudel, always apple or sweet cheese. What made it so incredible was its moistness. It was flaky and layered, but not at all...

[Kosice, Slovakia] Whole roasted pig & stuff at Koliba Zlatá Podkova

by klyeoh 6 years ago

Situated about 15 minutes' drive from the town centre, Koliba Zlatá Podkova looked beautifully rustic - large traditional Slovak buildings and heavy wooden furniture. The staff were professional an...

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