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20 Years in Prague, 20 Questions

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Why is there a photo of potatoes here? I’m afraid you’re just going to have to read the article.

PraguePig.com’s Supreme Commander Sam Beckwith recently celebrated the 20th anniversary of his arrival in the the Czech capital. (A quiet night in with an aspic babovka and a bottle of Branik.)

He’s learnt a lot in that time but there are still a few things he doesn’t understand about living in Prague.

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Big “stravenky” firms consider limiting lunch vouchers only to hot meals bought in restaurants (iDNES.cz) [Facebook Post]

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Marks & Spencer English Breakfast contains most pesticides of any tea in Czech consumer test [Facebook Post]

Link (Novinky.cz)

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Prague club Bohemians 1905 serve Czech football’s best klobasa (sausage) [Facebook Post]

Thanks to Chris B. for the link!

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Cops bust illegal tofu-production operation selling at Sapa market in Prague 4-Libus [Facebook Post]

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The suspect was selling tofu produced in “totally unsatisfactory hygienic conditions” in a garage in Prague 4-Seberov directly from his vehicle at the market, according to the police.

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Only in the Czech Republic: Draught Pilsner Urquell at Burger King

Photo of an advert of draught Pilsner Urquell at Burger King

“Mine’s a Whopper with cheese — and beer!”

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Striptýzky: Sexy Sausages

Striptýzky

Like sausages? Like sexy laydeez? Then you’ll love striptýzky!

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Big List: Euro’s top 100 Czech restaurants 2014 (Top restaurace 2014)

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Introducing an exciting new feature in which PraguePig.com robs off with another publication’s “best of” list — beginning with Top restaurace 2014, Euro magazine’s ranking of the 100 best restaurants in the Czech Republic.

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Oddly named restaurant in Prague 4-Chodov: Restaurace Bread & Water

Restaurace Bread & Water

Ideal if you’re on a budget.

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“Levně a chutně” in English: Unfried doughnuts (“Koblihy bez omastku”)

Levně a chutně doughnuts

In a new, occasional series, PraguePig.com translates and tests the recipes from Televizní noviny’s “Levně a chutně” (“Cheap and Tasty”) slot.

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