Egg pasta with spring mushrooms, nettles and parmesan

      First mushrooms, nettles, dandelions: after a long winter finally a sign of spring. Nettles are quite difficult to collect but don’t be afraid. They don’t need much preparation ahead, normally we just blanch them. We can prepare them like spinach, cook a soup or make a spread. As you might know, Czechs are big fans […]

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      Workman’s carpaccio

          Gothaj is a Czech salami that was widely popular during communist era. The typical way of eating it was in a pub, accompanied by onions, vinegar and of course, beers. Some people joke that it’s the Czech mortadella (not even close, although it does look a bit alike). When we were asked to create a […]

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          Jan’s English breakfast

              This breakfast is a royal one. When I was working as a chef in London and had a day off, I went to a café in Dollis Hill and ordered this amazing thing! Full English Breakfast gives you energy for all day. The waitress always asked me if I wanted white or brown bread, with […]

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              Sauerkraut soup with sausage and smoked paprika

                  A lot of our friends for some reason think that we only eat truffles, steaks and foie gras at home. Well, it’s not entirely true: sometimes we really feel like eating some classic Czech dish, such as this sauerkraut soup. We Czechs love our soups, doesn’t matter if it’s with potatoes, mushrooms, tripes or liver. […]

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