If you’ve never had a kolache (pronounced ‘ko-LAH-chee’) then you’re missing out. They’re popular in Texas where Czech immigrants settled in the 1880s, but most people elsewhere in the U.S. aren’t familiar with this type of pastry. They were originally intended to use leftover foods that you would have around the house, so the fillings were often improvised and varied drastically from batch to batch.
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