Communism couldn't keep Slovakian croissants or bajgels from a comeback

For Slovaks, it is the stuff of Marcel Proust's madeleine recollections: a scrumptious, crescent-shaped pastry filled with walnuts or poppy seeds that triggers a rush of memories. All but forgotten under the decades and drabness of communism, the tasty Bratislavske rozky or bajgel, as it is also called is making a comeback.

Sunday, March 1, 2015