Where can I get Czech sweets/food in the US?

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Postby Ktot » 10-Jun-08 18:37

I am near Chicago, and would love to check out the places you mentioned. Could you share the names/locations of them? Thanks!
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Postby czechpoint » 10-Jun-08 22:15

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Postby Irena M » 11-Jun-08 6:51

czechpoint wrote:Try: http://www.czechtempo.com/Katalog.aspx
It's in Chicago.


They have Tatranky! I will have to get some of those. Yum!

Thank you for posting that link.
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Postby Alexx » 11-Jun-08 9:47

Irena M wrote:
czechpoint wrote:Try: http://www.czechtempo.com/Katalog.aspx
It's in Chicago.


They have Tatranky! I will have to get some of those. Yum!

Thank you for posting that link.


They surprisingly have very reasonable prices, aprox. twice as much as here only. :P Banánky v čokoládě :P Fidorka ...
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Postby Irena M » 11-Jun-08 21:48

Anything with chocolate is good; bananas included. :D
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Postby PGN » 12-Jun-08 23:55

DjAvatar wrote:Interesting ... most people are craving Kofola and Fernet :-)

but try to replace Becherovka... 8)


The sell Becherovka at the ABC (Liqueur store) in Stafford VA.......no luck with Fernet :(

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