Czech Culture & Adaptation Czech Food

Czech cooking the “proper” way

February 8, 2010
svickova na smetane (beef in sour cream sauce) served with knedlik (bread dumpling), traditional Czech cuisine - photo by bonchan/Shutterstock.com

Photo by bonchan/Shutterstock.com

Can you cook svíčková like babička?

Most Czech pubs pride themselves on featuring a few national specialties. Dishes like svíčková (roast beef in cream sauce), vepřo, knedlo, zelo (pork, dumplings and cabbage), guláš (beef stew), and soups like bramboračka (potato) are commodities as well known here as fish and chips are in England or hamburgers and French fries in the US. While a Czech pub menu can be predictable, the quality of these Czech standards is usually decent and prices are generally reasonable.

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