Happy Thanksgiving - I'm thankful for my latest book, released last week. Plus I'm giving away a free copy to a lucky entrant. Check out the blog for details!
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On with the show. It’s been a year full of travel, I’m happy to report. And it isn’t slowing down, so there are lots of tales to come. Let me start in Munich, Germany, where my husband flew in for a visit in April and some great friends of ours from Florida met us there for four days. I don’t think we’ll ever be the same, and I might say the same about the city!
I met my husband James at the airport early on a Sunday and we took the train to the city center. First we had a breakfast of Weisswurst on Marienplatz, site of the famed Glockenspiel. Our friends Cyndie and Bram showed up later in the day after we’d checked into our hotel. We were all staying at the same place, the Hotel Schlicker, just off Marienplatz. Cyndie had found it online, and boy did we luck out! What a great place – I highly recommend it. One of these days I’ll write a review of it!
I’m thrilled to announce that today is the official release of my latest book:
A Travel for Taste – Collected Czech Family Recipes!
It is a revision of the first edition which included some non-Czech recipes. I rewrote it to include only Czech recipes. This new one has additional recipes as well.
The best part of the book to me is the fact that the recipes are introduced by stories and photos from my travels. Each recipe has a narrative about how I came to have the recipe. And each dish is an authentic family recipe from Czech friends.