Archive for October, 2009

Lesson 2 Dialog: He is hungry
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Lesson two in my free Slovak language course. In this dialog you will learn how to ask somebody if they are hungry, how to say something is old or pretty, and how to order your first meal in a Slovak restaurant!
Potato Pancakes (Zemiakové Placky)
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Potato pancakes (zemiakové placky, or also called haruľa) are very popular in Slovakia. They are similar to latkes, but are seasoned with marjoram,...
Creamy Garlic Soup (Krémová Cesnaková...
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Slovak garlic soup comes in many varieties. Here I show you how to prepare the traditional one, consisting of basically mashed potatoes and, you gu...
Toast (Hrianka)
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Hrianka, or Slovak toast, is a toasted bread slice with garlic scraped on it. No butter needed.
Cottage Cheese Buns (Tvarohové Buchty)
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Buchty are to Slovakia what cookies are to America. They are delicious sweet dough brick-shaped buns. Buchty are filled with cottage cheese or a va...
Stuffed Pepper (Plnená Paprika)
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Peppers filled with a beef and rice mixture are very popular in Slovakia. They are served with a side of steamed dumpling, knedla. Visit the websit...
Lettuce Soup (Šalátová Polievka)
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Lettuce soup is one of the staples of Slovakia. It is a quick and easy to prepare dish, consisting of very little than a head of iceberg lettuce an...