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Central Moravia and Jeseníky

The central Moravia and Jeseníky are areas inseparably connected with 3 traditional regions. Haná with its riches, folklore, local hospitability and also for typical dialect, complement beautifully with traditional delicacies as Olomoucké tvarůžky (mature cheese). Jeseníky belongs among the well-known spa destinations, and its specific climate with healing effects belongs to the best in the world. When walking in a spa, don't miss for example a technical rarity the paper mill in Velké Losiny. And in Záhoří experience the amazing blacksmith tradition and the fiery smith meeting Hefaiston on the Helfštýn castle.

Enjoy diversity of the central Moravia and Jeseníky and let your senses be dragged into the atmosphere of wonderful traditions. 
Enjoy the Czech traditions with all senses!

You can really savour the region thanks to local culinary specialities, traditional methods and ingredients. Let your senses flow in the unmistakeable fragrance and taste of local cuisine and enjoy.
You can taste traditional culinary specialities and specialities of Czech cuisine in restaurants Czech Specials:
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  • Hotel Jana, Přerov
  • Restaurant Sušil, Bystřice pod Hostýnem
  • Wellness hotel Diana, Velké Losiny
  • Sporthotel Kurzovní, Karlova Studánka
  • Hotel Pivovar, Kojetín
  • Potrefená husa, Olomouc
  • Taverna-Hotel-Cafe-Restaurant, Javorník
  • Penzion Běla, Bělá pod Pradědem
  • Restaurace Archa, Olomouc – Svatý Kopeček
  • Restaurace Harmonie, Přerov
  • Restaurace Kolštejn, Branná
  • Restaurace U Labutě, Přerov
  • Švejk restaurant Olomouc, Olomouc
  • R – club, Holešov
  • Restaurace Retro, Holešov
  • Restaurace Starý pivovar, Holešov
  • Pivovar, restaurace a penzion Černý orel, Kroměříž
  • Restaurace Pod starou knihovnou, Kroměříž
  • Restaurace Radniční sklípek, Kroměříž
  • Restaurace a penzion Excellent, Kroměříž
  • Restaurace a kavárna Scéna, Kroměříž
  • Hotel a restaurant Octárna, Kroměříž
  • Hotel La Fresca, Kroměříž
  • Restaurace hotelu Bouček, Kroměříž
  • Hotel Mlýn Velehrad, Velehrad
  • Lesní penzion Bunč, Roštín
  • Penzion Brusenka, Brusné
  • Restaurace U Johana, Otrokovice
  • Golf hotel Austerlitz, Slavkov u Brna

Slezské království nebeské (kingdom of heaven)

Cooked from mixture of dry fruits, lean smoked pork belly, cinnamon and lemon. Served with bread dumplings or yeast- raised dumplings.

Olomoucké tvarůžky(mature cheese)

Traditional and unique meal, you can truly enjoy with all your senses. The scent, softness for touch, strong taste, beautiful colour and your loud smack during first bite, again and again... Those are mature cheeses from Olomouc. So much connected with milk and a village home, both in ingredients and the method of processing, that it may never be possible to exactly date a moment, when they appeared on menu for the first time. In Loštice, olomoucké tvarůžky have already been produced since 1876. European Comission appreciated their significant qualities by granting the Protected Geographical Indication in August 2010. In the place of the original factory, the Museum of A.W. Olomoucke tvaruzky was opened in the summer of 1994. A part of the exhibition is a tasting, enjoy it with all your senses.

Jeřabinový likér (rowansberry luqior)

Made of specially grown varitey of rowansberry „Moravský sladkoplodý (sweet berry)“.

Loštická česnečka (garlic soup)

Sliced onion is roasted with bacon, water is added, then diced potatoes, caraway, salt and all is cooked until it is soft. Flavoured with pepper, marjoram and garlic. Poured in bowls, cut tvarůžky are added into each portion. Finally shortly baked in preheated oven.

Tvarůžkové lívanečky(small pancakes)

Thick batter is made of flour, eggs and milk, that is poured into a frying pan, round of sliced cheese are added and all is covered with another layer of batter. Small pancakes are baked until their colour is golden and are served with blueberries or another fruit of your choice and whipped cream.

Potato pancakes with jam and walnuts

Made of potatoes, flour, butter and oil. Pancakes are made of boiled potatoes, that are baked, and spread with jam. Then winded and wrapped in mixture of sugar and walnuts.

Roast beef on ginger

Beef was larded with speck and thoroughly sprinkled with pepper, salt and grated ginger. Then baked and stewed in the oven, till it softened. Home made noodles and salads were served as side dish.

Poštulkovy tvarůžkové pastry

Pastry made of selfmade puff pastry, piškotové (made of flour,sugar and eggs, egg whites are whipped) or potato dough, froth of tvarůžky or olomoucké tvarůžky itself, decorated with apple jam, grated gingerbread, cranberries or nuts.

Hanácké hertepláky (potato pancakes)

One day earlier, potatoes are cooked with peel on until they soften. The next day they are peeled and finely grated. Then mixed with flour and salt and dough, not too sticky, neither too thick nor too thin, is made. On a baking board, spreader with flour, thin pancakes are rolled and then baked without grease from both sides on the cast – iron part of gas stove. They are greased with butter, when they are still warm, sprinkled with poppy seed mixed with grounded sugar, greased with butter again and winded as pancakes. Then they are given into a pot in layers, each of them greased with butter again, and kept in warmth. Can be filled with jam or mixed with jam and poppy seed.

Staroměstská máslová trubička (old town butter small sweet tube)

Small tubes made of puff pastry, filled with whipped egg whites and delivered in 3 sizes. During the entire time of producing, the tube has maintained its specific taste and quality. Uniqueness and good name of this product is preserved by trademark.

Teplické pecáky

Cookies spreaded with curds, pear, poppy seed, nut and jam filling. Speciality is curd filling, which is not spread like the others, but is given inside the cake.

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