It’s time for that delightful specialty which the Farmer’s Market has again prepared for this Christmas season: the opportunity to order Christmas confectionery and štola (a Christmas bread originating from Dresden), which is a bit healthier thanks to its use, 35% in all, of wholewheat spelt flour. We’ve already tried it with wholewheat flour and we must say that it’s rather good. The Christmas treats are, as you perhaps know from last year or the year before, baked conscientiously and by hand, exclusively with butter, without skimping on anything or using second-rate ingredients – which is to say, just as you’d make them at home… rolls, pracny, linz, nuts, cakes… in all we have 7-8 varieties. Štola is actually the butter-nut sister of Christmas sweet bread and cookies. It’s made with butter, rum, eggs, yeast, nuts, raisins, almonds, candied fruit, and nothing else. Plus, at the Farmer’s Market you’ll find it made with a share of wholewheat and white flour – topped with powdered sugar and chilled for four weeks before Christmas. And then on Christmas it’s ready to eat. Where and when will the Christmas treats and štola be available for pickup? At the Jiřák Farmer’s Market – náměstí Jiřího z Poděbrad, Prague 3, on Friday 21. 12. (14:00 – 17:00) and on Saturday 22. 12. (9:00–12:00), you pick the day.