Kolache vs. Pigs in a Blanket

So today is National Pigs-in-a-Blanket Day. Pigs in a blanket are the little biscuit-wrapped sausages we eat for breakfast, or maybe something served as an appetizer at a party.

Kolaches, on the other hand, are fruit filled pastries, which were introduced to the U.S. by Czech immigrants. The Czech do have a similar "pigs in a blanket" type food known as "klobasniky" which uses a similar dough as the kolache, but instead has a sausage inside.


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