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Saturday, July 11 at Kubáň – come and get blueberries from South Bohemia, raspberries, apricots, juicy cherries…

Summer produce is here – apricots, cherries, raspberries, South Bohemian blueberries from a forest, great vegetables and salads. Be sure to try mature beef from meat farm Lažiště near Prachatice. Get great quality meat products from Slaughterhouse Tismice, and some horseradish from Farm Úlovice to go with it. You can also get freshly-ground spelt or rye wholewheat flour. A few steps away, you can buy bio milk, cream cheese, goat‘s milk, cow and sheep cheeses, kolache, rye bread… While you browse, you can have some fresh juice, beer from Hák’s steam brewery, or a coffee!

There will be live music from The Daltones.

What do I do with blueberries?

Get some blueberries and prepare a great blueberry pie by following a recipe from Šárka Škachová (www.gurmanka.cz). You can find this recipe and many others in her book Kuchařka ze vsi (A village cook). Let us know if you tried this recipe and how it worked out!

Blueberry kolache

250 grams semi-coarse flour, 125 g powdered sugar, 125 g butter, a pinch of salt, 1 egg, 1 tablespoon breadcrumbs

For the topping: butter, caster sugar, coarse flour

Mix the flour, sugar and salt. Add the softened butter and egg, and mix it together with your hand. Once the butter, flour and egg are combined, knead the dough on a flat surface. Form the dough into a ball and let is sit in a cool place.

Grease the kolache pan and cover in flour. Push the dough into the pan and raise it around the edges. If it sticks to your hands, just wet them in cold water. Pierce the dough with a fork in several places. Lightly dust with fine breadcrumbs. Preheat the oven to 180 degrees celsius. Spread blueberries and the topping mix on top of the dough. Bake for 30 minutes. The topping and sides of the kolache will be golden, and there will be a delicious smell! I suggest you let it cool down before eating, but if you don’t want to wait, you can eat it warm with a spoon!

List of attendees:

Slaughterhouse Tismice – traditional Czech meat products, sausages, smoked meat and meatloaf in a bun
Turkey farm Brniště – fresh poultry and poultry products
Poultry farm Holýšov – will come back in September
Grilled fish – from Pepa Grunt, only to-go

Bio Farm Zedníček – milk, butter, sour cream, yoghurts, cream cheese
Milk Kopecký – goat’s and cow’s milk, goat, cow and sheep cheeses

Farm Chouranice – free-range eggs
Eggs Kosičky – barn and free-range eggs

Tuchoraz orchard Apple Bohemia – apples, apricots, nuts, fresh apple juice, honey
Vegetables Dřísy – lettuce, herbs, vegetables from Polabí
Vegetables Malých – cabbage, cauliflower, cucumber, pumpkin, potatoes, salads, herbs
Vegetables Kloubských – cabbage, cauliflower, cucumber, pumpkin, potatoes, salads, herbs
Vegetables from Klárka – fresh vegetables, salads, tomatoes, raddishes
Horticulture Němčičky – vegetables, cherries, gooseberry, currant, beans, poppy seeds
Fruit farm Košťál – cherries
Činčura blueberries – South Bohemian blueberries
Cherries from Litoměřice – cherries

Martin Hakl – potted flowers, flowers for planting

Bakery Velíšek Kamenice – bread, baked goods, kolache
Bakery Náš chléb – bread, baked goods, kolache
Cake shop Karlovy Vary – cream rolls, cream puffs, strudels and fantastic kolaches.
Traditional Slovakian pagáčky – with greaves, garlic, cabbage, olives, or tomatoes

Hořické trubičky – traditional tube-shaped dessert from Hořice

Angel flakes – hand-made raw sweet treats
Farm Úlovice – Czech horseradish, whole-wheat rye and spelt flour

Dřevotéka – kitchen utensils, games and toys made from wood in the Czech Republic

Fresh-Juices – fresh juice made from fruits and vegetables
Winery Winezone – Czech wines from Moravia
Hák’s steam brewery – bottled beer
Café Majada – coffee from a barista
Slovakian lokshe – lokshe, pagáčky

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