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I had this traditional polish soup at a place called Pszczyna and it was awsome. Especially, I liked that the are serving it in a hollowed bread Read more

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  • Prague

    Czechs nickname their capital the “mother of all cities,” the “heart of Europe,” and the “city of a hundred spires.” National pride aside, Prague—with its rich history, beauty, and, yes, countless spires—would seem to deserve its local monikers. Established in the 9th century, the city has since played a role in nearly every historic event that’s stormed over…   Read more

     

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    • Smíchovský Radniční Sklípek

      joshg
      Prague, Czech Republic

      When I spent a semester studying film in Prague, my mates and I ate at this local hole-in-the-wall pub at least once a week. Located in the residential Andel neighborhood across the bridge fro…    Read more

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  • Dish Spotlight: Burčák in Moravia, Czech Republic

    For this dish spotlight, we turn to Moravia and its uber-seasonal burčák wine, which contributor Christopher Burdick recently had the pleasure of tracking down for us. photo by Mararie “It tastes like delicious, carbonated,…   Read more

  • Video: One Minute in…Prague

    A few days in Prague are hardly enough to soak up the medieval romance, abundant history, and vast amounts of beer for which the city is known. But try we did last October, when we hit the ground to round up all the tasty underappreciated Czech…   Read more

  • Photos: The Banjo Man, Prague

    It was 1997 the last time I was on the Charles Bridge in Prague. I was a college student backpacking through Europe, and this moment of Dixieland jazz in the heart of Europe, pictured above, hit me strongly. I wasn't much of a photographer…   Read more

 

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