Spectacular Slovakia #8: Don’t skip the soup and prepare your sweet tooth

Canadian food blogger living in Slovakia introduces traditional Slovak cuisine in a new light.

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So far in our podcast, we have been telling you where to go in Slovakia. Now it’s time to give you a taste of the culinary melting pot that is Slovakia - at least as seen by food blogger Naomi Hužovičová. Traditional Slovak cuisine does not begin and end with bryndzové halušky. What should you try when visiting Slovakia? It depends on how adventurous you are. And if you’ve never heard of opantance, now you will.

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