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Favorite Foods (then):
Chicken In A Biskit crackers
Velveeta


Favorite Foods (now):
pâté, pad Thai, Pernod and soda, butter,
home baked prune kolaches just out of the oven


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5 comments:

  1. Writing story for Today's Catholic newspaper, San Antonio, on Morkovsky films donated to Texas Archive of Moving Image. Sounds like you’re one of the donors. Want to do brief phone interview. Carol Baass Sowa, csowa@archsa.org, 210-734-1688. Part Czech myself – Rainosek.

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  2. What a wonderful blog! My family is from Shiner originally. Wishing I had the stew recipes when I was helping Robb Walsh with his book, Texas Eats. Do you have a copy of the Klima's book "Czech Family Cookbook - Cooking with the Klima's" ?He's a doctor here in Houston and their family self published. I alternate between that kolacz recipe and Lisa Fain's (Homesick Texan).

    Regards,

    Jay Francis

    (jaypfrancis@yahoo.com)

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    1. Jay - thank you for the comment. I have not seen the Klima's book but would love to! I'll start searching Amazon and used book stores. Your comment came just in time as I'm working on a post about community cookbooks. I'll have to search out the Homesick Texan's recipe, too - I'm always testing kolach recipes. Thanks for reading!

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  3. I am going to have so much fun going to the different Czech Catholic Sunday picnics this year along the I-10 corridor as I document with video and still camera the fried chicken picnics. I have a fairly up to date calendar on my blog site of the towns and when they'll be having their picnics. Maybe we'll see you there. - Regards, Jay Francis
    www.thefriedchickenblog.blogspot.com

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  4. Me, too, Jay! And thanks for the picnic calendar. Very useful in planning my summer!

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