As my ethnic background is east central European, with my grandparents from Slovakia and what is now Serbia, I spent my childhood years enjoying poppy seed pastries. Most traditionally at Christmas time, my Slovakian grandmother made Kolach, an abundant yeast dough rolled which has a thick, sweet poppy seed filling. I have many fond memories of unrolling the pastry and eating small strips at the same time, until reaching the guts, in which the filling was thickest. My Serbian grandmother made poppy seed strudel anytime of the year, but at Christmas she made Bobalky. I have seen Bobalky described in several ways, but hers is made with small bread balls, soaked in water, with ground poppy seeds and honey included. These two variations of poppy seed desserts have meant Christmas in my experience since my earliest years. integratori muscoli<br><br> Freeze some ice tea along with other cold drinks up in ice cube trays. You can use the frozen drink cubes as ice on those particularly hot days. That way, your drink won’t be diluted by the quickly melting ice cubes. It makes for any nice change, lacking to own backwards and forwards for the refrigerator, only to fill up your drink glass. <br><br>
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