kolacky


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ko·lac·ky

 (kə-läch′kē, kō′läch-) or ko·la·che (kə-lä′chē, kō′lä-)
n. pl. kolacky or kolache also ko·la·ches
A sweet bun made from yeasted dough and usually having a fruit or poppy seed filling.

[Czech koláče, wheel-shaped cake, pl. of koláč, from kolo, wheel; see calash.]

kolacky

(kəˈlɑːtʃkɪ; kəʊ-)
n, pl kolackies or kolacky
(Cookery) a type of sweet pastry or bun with a fruit, jam, or nut filling, originally from Poland or Czechoslovakia
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No matter what grade level you teach, students would likely engage their parents or grandparents to create a special treat for such an event, where Italian biscotti or pitzelles, Greek baklava and Polish kolacky can be shared-or even purchased to fund next year's International Fest.
Then the living would retire to the White Eagle Restaurant, conveniently located across from the cemetery, for a huge spread of chicken, roast beef, kielbasa, sauerkraut, pierogi, mashed potatoes, cucumbers in sour cream, and, for dessert, platters of kolacky.