Burčák – Sign of the Fall in the Czech Republic

You might have noticed small stalls flanking the streets and roads of Czech cities offering something like wine. This „something“ is burčák, the partially fermented young Moravian wine that appears on the market at the end of August and early September. Burčák is an inseparable part of the fall in the Czech Republic, especially in […]

No dairy, no meat – being Vegan in Prague

Let’s face it: nowadays it’s really hip to be raw, vegan, gluten-free, bio etc. Being a vegetarian is simply no longer enough or trendy 🙂 I decided to focus on vegans today, as I myself got encouraged into trying this lifestyle out by a number of thinking alike friends. Some might not even know, what […]

Traditional Czech Food

Traditional Czech cuisine can’t really be described as dietary or extremely healthy, however, nothing goes better together with the rich flavor of famous Czech beer. Czech dishes mainly consist of pork or beef in plenty of sauce with knedliky (dumplings) as the most common side dish. It’s quite a struggle to explain what Knedlik is to someone who had […]