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What exactly is a Kolache?

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A staple of Lidgerwood’s Heritage Days is the Kolache, a traditional Czechoslovakian pastry that takes a full day to make — and less than two hours to sell out.

The yeasty dough is cut into a circle, then topped with an assortment of fruit fillings. The dough is brushed with an egg wash, then dusted with streusel before cooking. The fillings on Wednesday were poppy seed, prune, apricot, raspberry and cherry.

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