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Digest: D.C. Kolache
Posted by Bruce Bilmes and Susan Boyle on Sunday, February 10, 2013 2:18 PM

It's an all-too-common experience for Roadfooders: we take for granted a beloved local specialty, only to find that it's unavailable in our new hometown. This is especially true for members of Congress and their staffs, who search D.C. in vain for loosemeats, say, or Grape-Nuts pudding. Or Texas/Czech kolache, until 2010, when Texas native Ileana Fernandez opened Kolache Kreations in Ellicott City, MD. Read all about it in Roll Call, where even the Czech embassy weighs in on the subject.

Source: Roll Call


We actually have a very good kolache place near us in Beaver, PA called Cafe Kolache. They have both the fruit topped and meat filled kolaches. The owner is originally from Beaver, but lived in Houston for a while.
Posted by buffetbuster on Monday, Feb 11, 2013 8:25 AM

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