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  • Cindy Harvey Neal
    A little more information on the elusive Prasky sausage.... ... From: George [mailto:GNightingale@webtv.net] Sent: Sunday, February 01, 2004 10:50 PM To:
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      A little more information on the elusive "Prasky" sausage....

      -----Original Message-----
      From: George [mailto:GNightingale@...]
      Sent: Sunday, February 01, 2004 10:50 PM
      To: webmaster@...
      Subject: Prasky Sausage


      I'm the person who previously inquired. I've seen E-mail from Richard Garza
      to other members that indicates you folks aren't familiar with this sausage.

      The name "prasky" is not related to Pracek's store. I called a Czech friend
      in Omaha today and he said it is "Prasky burst" or "Praske burst", also
      known as "Prague sausage". It's ready-to-eat like bologna, and is loaded
      with garlic. I had this for lunch every day in high school (class of 1942).

      Here's a link to the source that I found in Chicago that says Prasky is
      unique with them. Not true, as I had it 70 years ago in Omaha. Perhaps
      their recipe is unique. http://www.crawfordsausage.com/prasky2lb.shtml

      Please E-mail your respose to me if you can, or can not, come up with a
      Texas source.

      Another item I can not find in Denver is kolache. If I want them bad
      enough, I have to make them myself, and I'm no baker.

      George (in Colorado)
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