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Eight Delicious Facts About Kolaches

From mentalfloss.com If you’ve lived in Texas (or are lucky enough to have a grandmother from Moravia) you may be familiar with kolaches, the Czech pastry made of yeasted dough and traditionally filled with apricot, prune, poppy seed, or sweet cheese. These delicious treats have a European heritage and a very American following deep in the…

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Breakfast with Nick: Three to Try

Here’s the deal: my birthday is this weekend, and whenever it gets close to my birthday, I feel entitled. So for this week’s Three To Try I wanted to talk about three of my favorite breakfast dishes around Columbus. Never tried them? Then consider it your birthday gift to me to go and eat them…

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Columbus Dispatch: Behind the Menu

The owners of Kolache Republic are seeking a higher profile. After three years in business, they have built a loyal customer base in their Brewery District neighborhood. But getting noticed across the region has proved somewhat of a challenge. Read more

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Columbus Parent: Kolache Republic

On Saturday mornings, our family often debates whether to get doughnuts or bagels. Alex, our resident sweet tooth, always votes doughnuts while Nick, who favors salty foods over dessert, clamors for bagels. We recently found a happy medium at Kolache Republic, a bakery in the Brewery District that serves kolaches, a doughy Czech pastry. Alex…

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Columbus Underground: Restaurant Review

The Kolache is a Texas thing. Who knew? Okay, it’s not really Texan, it’s Czech — but the baked good is popular in popular in parts of Texas, it comes to Columbus by way of a trio who discovered it in Texas… and the thought that the Taco State is also the Kolache State is…

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Daily Crave: Czech treats from Kolache Republic

Getting ready for my family bridal shower this weekend, my soon-to-be mother-in-law uttered two amazing words: “We’ll bake.” “We” means the extended network of grandmothers, aunts and cousins will craft all kinds of amazing Czech and Polish goodies typically only made for celebratory occasions. In Northeast Ohio (where I am from), attend an ethnic wedding…

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