Czech Cooking Dumplings: Knedlicky

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Born in Czechoslovakia, originally from Mrákotín, Vysocina, in Bohemia her family emigrated from Czechoslovakia during Prague Spring to America in 1968. The culture of food was a staple and she preserved her heritage by documenting recipes. Jana studied Molecular Biology at Auburn University in Auburn, Alabama and has worked for the USDA in food safety and vaccine development for more than decade. Jana Mladek also works as the Communication Manager for Czech-American TV which broadcasts television and an e-Radio ...
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Born in Czechoslovakia, originally from Mrákotín, Vysocina, in Bohemia her family emigrated from Czechoslovakia during Prague Spring to America in 1968. The culture of food was a staple and she preserved her heritage by documenting recipes. Jana studied Molecular Biology at Auburn University in Auburn, Alabama and has worked for the USDA in food safety and vaccine development for more than decade. Jana Mladek also works as the Communication Manager for Czech-American TV which broadcasts television and an e-Radio program that brings important information about Czech culture, traditions, genealogy and events in America and the Czech Republic.
The recipe collection ranges from the traditional Czech recipes passed down through Bohemian ancestry or translated from antique 1800's cookbooks and adapted for American kitchens to our own original recipes with more diversity reflecting our lifestyle. Czech Cooking Volume I Knedlíky is the first book in the recipe series, featuring 40 Czech Dumpling (Knedlíky) recipes including bread (plain, yeast, or baking soda), potato and dessert dumplings.
Czech Cooking is a collection of recipes collected, preserved and authored by Jana Mladek, a USDA employee in food safety and vaccine development for more than decade. The recipe collection ranges from the traditional Czech recipes collected and passed down through Bohemian ancestry or translated from antique 1800's cookbooks and adapted for American kitchens to our own original recipes with more diversity reflecting our lifestyle and new trends in Czech Cooking.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781479185436
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
  • Publication date: 8/23/2012
  • Pages: 34
  • Sales rank: 487,752
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.07 (d)

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