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post Oct 5 2003, 07:32 AM
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Incredibly, against all expectations, it seems there actually IS an age-old tradition of Czech pork ribs:

http://www.restauraceusupa.cz/menuaj.html

See #43, 44, 45, 46

Suddenly the whole modern Czech pork rib revival makes perfect sense.

In the light of this groundbreaking information, I expect a new range of hand-basted Jade pork ribs to be released shortly.


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post Oct 5 2003, 07:58 AM
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How could we all have been so blind?

http://www.rychnovsko.com/hotelhavel/en/listek.htm

The master chefs at the world famous Hotel Havel (voted 13th best Hotel in Czechoslavakia!) offer their signature creation:

chop.gif "Orlice Home-made pork ribs"

amidst a galaxy of fabulous regional dishes such as:

Home-made smoked meat on the trencher
Hen bouillon with small garlic dumplings
Tomatoes roast in a small feather-bed
Beefsteak of hunter benefactor Hubert
Swine steak in rose hip sauce
Vamberk goulash in a small warm loaf of bread
Trencher of Rychnov fiacre driver
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Sirloin - Stroganov style
(pieces of real sirloin in suave piquant gravy with cream AND ketchup).

For the not so hungry, there's the economical:
Sausage plate (sausage, long-life salami, bacon)

And to wash it all down, a glass of delicious Znovín Znojmo wine!

Additional services at the Hotel include:

Interposition of hunting trips!
Complex assurance of nuptials and bridals in the Dining hall!
Controlled degustation of Moravian wines!
and, yes you guessed it:
chop.gif Barbecue of piglets!


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post Oct 5 2003, 10:22 AM
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YUMM!!! Break out the Pinotage.
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post Oct 5 2003, 11:42 AM
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Yes, its particularly good with the long-life salami.


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post Oct 5 2003, 05:10 PM
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After reading that scrumdiddlyumptious menu, there's a rumbly in my tumbly.

Curiously there's no mention of lighting the ribs on fire before you consume them. How boring.
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post Oct 5 2003, 05:13 PM
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Incredibly, against all expectations, it seems there actually IS an age-old tradition of Czech pork ribs:

http://www.restauraceusupa.cz/menuaj.html

See #43, 44, 45, 46


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post Oct 6 2003, 03:15 AM
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QUOTE (Donnie Darko @ Oct 5 2003, 09:10 AM)
Curiously there's no mention of lighting the ribs on fire before you consume them.  How boring.

Maybe they put sugar on them and then pour cold water over it.
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post Oct 12 2003, 03:45 AM
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I want the Pickled Hermelin cheese!! w00t1.gif


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post Oct 12 2003, 07:07 PM
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actually one of my most memorable meals was in prague in the old mala strana district at the 'binarna u maltézskych rytiru' (just ask for it by name!)...a two-foot long tray of venison in a walnut, wild mushroom and prune sauce...dee-licious! no pork ribs there, i say... it cost about $15 and could feed 3-4 people...no wine worth having, you drink the beer there... that was 1997 (and fortunately before i had an interest in absinthe)...i imagine the place didn't survive the great flood last year...
it was actually very easy to eat well in prague, just go to the best places and pay half of what you would in any other great city...maybe not now...
and we never did get a chance to try the 'Beefsteak of Mr. Havel', or 'Trencher of Rychnov fiacre driver'



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post Oct 13 2003, 04:08 AM
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I have a friend that just visited Prague last month -- She said it was the prettiest part of Europe that she has ever visited -- And being that she lived in Switzerland for over a year that is pretty impressive. She mentioned that it was not nearly as poor a city as she thought it would be, but was a lot more touristy than she expected. She also visited Berlin for the 1st time, and said she has a new favorite vacation spot in Europe!


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