Monthly Archives: November 2010


Noooooo!!!! Burčak (pronounced bur-chak) season has ended!  What will I do without strange new cultural drinks to entertain my pallet?  Find more. Burčak is an amazing, seasonal Czech beverage.  It’s young wine: still sweet and innocent. The juice is light … Continue reading

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A foggy morning on the Vlatava

Some days you have to step off the tram and marvel at the city, engulfed in morning fogand backlit by the rising sun, the moon still competing for attention. If you can stand the cold long for long enough, the skyline becomes … Continue reading

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Crusti Croc

They may need to rethink this one before making a bid for the American market. The slogan “Crunch a Crusti Croc” may not have the desired effect with consumers.

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A place to rest your feet

Home sweet Czech home… Oh, how different you are from my American apartments.  For starters, I’ve switched to the British by calling an apartment a “flat.”  Laugh all you want but it’s simple math: two syllables less to trip over. … Continue reading

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