I watched your vid on ‘tenderised steak w/creamy mushroom gravy & mashed potatoes’ fantastic!! It was my son&my favorite meal,we’ve Ben trying to find it for 7 years. We miss his mom very much.Thank you very much. Don&Don Jr.
Thank you Don. I am glad to bring a little smile to you and your son. Such comments really means a lot to me.
I would like to purchase your cookbook if possible. Bobbie
Aww, thank you Bobbie. 🙂 We are currently working on our first Kindle cookbook. When we have enough recipes, we would love to have printed cookbook as well. Make sure to sign up for our newsletter and you will be the first one to know when our cookbook is ready for purchase. 🙂
Looking forward to your newsletter. kindle cookbook and eventual printed cookbook.
Thank you so much! I can’t wait to make all these things available. Your support means a lot to me. Hopefully the first kindle will be done very soon. 🙂
Wow, thank you for your work! My husband is from Karlovy Vary (we are now in Iowa) and I’ve made a lot of Czech dishes but without much confidence. I am always second guessing my measuring and trying to recall how my mother in law made it. The helpful videos and measuring conversions will make such a difference in our kitchen. Thank you!
Thank you for your sweet comment. 🙂 Wishing you all the success making Czech meals. 🙂 I am sure you will have very happy husband. 🙂
I so enjoy watching your videos and I am a big fan of yours. You make the recipes easy and possible! We are looking for a recipe for a dessert that we enjoyed in Prague. I believe it is called Itrdelnik or Kurtoskulacs. Would love to have a recipe or any information you may have on the correct spelling or a way to find it. Thanks so much.
Hi Marie, I think you mean Trdelnik. Very common street vendor dessert and very delicious! 🙂 I will try to create the recipe since I got more than one request. When I am happy with the recipe I will record the video.
I am so glad to find your recipe on kolahe my husband grew up eating them and other Czech foods ,still looking for a bun that is filled with fruit and poppy seeds , they are boiled then baked if you know of these could you tell me how to make them my husband will love it thankyou
Hi Louise, I am not sure what recipe you mean. By chance do you mean fruit dumplings? http://www.czechcookbook.com/fruit-dumplings-ovocne-kynute-knedliky/ But they are only boiled not baked. Or maybe buns filled with jam, but those are not boiled but only baked. I don’t know any sweet recipe that is first boiled and than baked.
I am happy to find your czechcookbook which has reminded me Cesky kuzine while I was a student in Czech in early 80’s. now have I learned a lot of how to make bramborove knedlik.
That is wonderful you had the opportunity to study in Czech. 🙂
Do you have the recipe for dumplings
Yes. You can type dumplings to the search bar and all of them will show up. 🙂
Is it okay to freeze the fruit dumplings before boiling them? Just thinking I could prepare a batch and then boil as I have a taste for one. I love your recipes and easy to follow videos.
Thank you You should first boil them and then freeze them. When you have a taste just take them out of the freezer and steam them.
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