Inktober 2019 day 20: Běhoun, tread.
Inktober 2019 day 7: Začarovaný, enchanted.
Inktober 2019 day 6: Eskymácký pes, Husky.
Inktober 2019 day 4: zmrznout, to freeze.
For Inktober 2019 day 5: Postavit, to build.
For Inktober 2019 day two: Bezduchý, mindless
For Inktober 2019, day three: Návnada, bait.
I’m trying to get back in the drawing habit. Last year #Inktober motivated me to do a drawing every day in October. Instead of the official Inktober list I followed this Monstober list. It was the most drawing I’d done in years.I followed up the next month with Dinovember, with dinosaur drawings every day. My momentum didn’t last much longer after that, but it still feels like an accomplishment.
This year I wanted to do Inktober again, and I realized it was the perfect opportunity for me to get back to my Little Czech Primer, so long neglected. For 2019 I followed the “official” list and managed to keep up pretty well. Now that the month is over I’m working to scan and post each of the drawings as a new entry here.
Starting with Prsten, ring.
Cooks that wanted to deviate from these recipes had to get approval from the Ministry of Health, a request that could take years to go through. Most people opted for the easier route, which is how thousands of nearly identical menus came to be established across the country.
The old-fashioned Czech cuisine which was around when I first visited Prague gets a lot of criticism. I quite liked a lot of it, so I’m more interested in seeing a revival and re-imagining of that Czech food rather than any Italian restaurant no matter how many Michelin stars it gets. I hope I get the opportunity to see Czech Cuisine: A Modern Approach.
P.S. I didn’t know there was a Prague Gastronomy Museum!
The Czech Republic’s leaders have chosen “Czechia” as the one-word alternative name of their country to make it easier for companies, politicians and sportsmen to use on products, name tags and jerseys.
Natively, Čechia, I suppose?