June 19, 2007

A tale of two Czech restaurants

I've long been a fan of Czech Stop in West, Texas about 20 miles north of Waco. Good cookies, cakes and yummy kolaches filled with tasty sausage, cheese and jalapenos. I've often thought that no one's kolaches even come close. I was wrong. Between Columbus and LaGrange on HWY 71 are two gas stations practically side by side. One is called Hruskas. Stop there on your next trip to Houston from Austin or vice versa. The pan sausage, jalapeno and cheese kolaches are scrumptious and make the ones from Czech Stop look like something out of a box from Randall's.

Posted by mcblogger at June 19, 2007 09:18 AM

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