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Kolaches Fri, 03/18/05 11:28 AM (permalink)
I used to get kolaches in Chicago as a child at the Calumet Bakery, which I understand is still open. The owner was named Matt Pocernich, and I don't know what his nationality. The kolaches were really light and flakey, almost like puff pastry, folded in like a pinwheel, with fruit or poppyseed or cheese fillings, and powdered sugar on top.
Though I do like the Texas Czech kolaches, they are completely different, yeast dough-based, heavier.
I have never been able to find a recipe for the memorable pastries from the Calumet Bakery.

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