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Czech cooking

Postby Nikl » 25-Nov-08 3:04

An interesting web page about Czech cooking on video and much more.
http://www.catvusa.com/index.php?page=new_czech_kitchen

Sorry, it sould be in FOOD section. My mistake :oops:
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Postby Irena M » 25-Nov-08 5:45

I had a link for this URL some time ago and lost it. Thank you for helping me find it again.
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Postby Nikl » 26-Nov-08 3:37

[quote="Irena M"]I had a link for this URL some time ago and lost it. Thank you for helping me find it again.[/quote]


You are welcome. I found this URL on web page in section COOKING on page, which I sent you previously. (Forum Chicago)
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Postby BMoody » 26-Nov-08 8:54

Mmm Czech cooking! We are making a Czech/American Thanksgiving on thursday and the homemade cranberry sauce is already boiled and ready. I wonder how turkey tastes with cabbage?

We shall see!!! :D
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Postby Irena M » 27-Nov-08 0:31

BMoody wrote:Mmm Czech cooking! We are making a Czech/American Thanksgiving on thursday and the homemade cranberry sauce is already boiled and ready. I wonder how turkey tastes with cabbage?

We shall see!!! :D

Turkey tastes excellent with sweet and sour cabbage! :)
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