Archived posting to the Leica Users Group, 2006/01/11

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Subject: [Leica] re: St Puali and Czech bread in Midwest
From: Frank.Dernie at (Frank Dernie)
Date: Wed Jan 11 00:00:37 2006
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I am not wanting to start a huge thread here but I observe that  
"ethnic" foods in other countries are modified to suit local taste.  
Indian food in England is certainly like this. American pizzas are  
nothing like Italian ones etc.. Perhaps the kolaches you are used to  
have been "Americanised" ?

On 11 Jan, 2006, at 02:43, Douglas Nygren wrote:

> That was interesting what was said about Czech bakeries in Iowa.
> I grew up eating Czech kolaches. They are great, but when I visited  
> New Prague in southern Minnesota and went to a spot famous for its  
> kolaches, I was disappointed. Indeed, all the little "Czech"  
> bakeries around the famous old place made kolaches which were  
> frankly insipid. They were like kaiser rolls injected with jelly.  
> Dreadful.
> A good kolach is shapped like like a pyramid and filled with fruit  
> (raisins etc) and even poppyseeds. Great stuff if made by people in  
> touch with their past.
> Doug
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