Czech Easter Lamb Recipe

Czech Easter Lamb Recipe

The Easter table isn't given as much significance as that of Christmas, but there is still food, particularly baked goods, prepared especially for this holiday as well. Just as fish, mainly carp, is associated with the Christmas feast, lamb and goat's meat, baked or fried, is associated with Easter. It was usually prepared with potatoes. Even before the days of Christianity, the symbol of the lamb was widespread in Mediterranean culture, with its long pastoral tradition.

Beer culture in Czech Republic

Beer culture in Czech Republic

When you travel to the Czech Republic, there are things that you can not skip. This time, we will introduce you to beer. The brewing history can last traced back to the 6th century, and Czech’s beers are unique compared to other countries. Also, the Czech’s drinking culture is very different from the rest of the world.

Bramborák or Czech Potato Pancakes

Bramborák or Czech Potato Pancakes

Potato pancakes turn up in most European cultures, from Polish placki to Swedish rarakor, German kartoffelpuffer, and Irish boxty. They can be made from smooth cakes of leftover mashed potatoes to crispy shredded potatoes that resemble hash browns. However, today, we are making Bramborák or Czech Potato Pancakes.

Communist Party of Czechoslovakia Vs Communism in Vietnam

The term "communism" was first coined and defined by the French philosopher and writer Victor d'Hupay in his “ Projet de communauté philosophe” (Project for a Philosophical Community) book. In his book, he defined this lifestyle as a "commune" and advises to "share all economic and material products between inhabitants of the commune, so that all may benefit from everybody's work". In 1848, Marx and Engels offered a new definition of communism and popularized the term in their famous pamphlet “The Communist Manifesto” which later was recognized as one of the world's most influential political documents.

Masopust: Mardi Gras the Czech way

Masopust: Mardi Gras the Czech way

Masopust is a carnival celebration that roughly translates to “meat leaving” or “goodbye meat”. Like many carnivals, it is a celebration before Ash Wednesday and Lent. Festivities usually are largest starting “Fat Thursday” instead of Tuesday like Mardi Gras. Czechs in rural areas will start the festivities by slaughtering a pig for their feasts. A meal of roast pork with sauerkraut is traditionally served and the day is filled with eating and drinking for strength and happiness for the rest of the year.