Celestial Crusts (Bozi Milosti)

Shrovetide (Masopust in Czech) is a traditional Slavic celebration which takes place between Christmas and Easter. Carnivals with parades of masks, opulent feasting, balls and dances firstly appeared before the 13th century. The word masopust translates literally from old Czech to mean “meat fast”. The festival often includes a pig slaughter (zabijacka – pronounced as zabeeyachka) food such as kielbasa, sausage, head … Continue reading Celestial Crusts (Bozi Milosti)