The Agricultural Heritage and Resources’ Czech & Kolache Festival gets a plug in a new article at the National Geographic website titled “The Best Food Festival in Every U.S. State.”
Quoting from the article, which lists a foodie delight in every state from Alabama to Wyoming:
The kolache, a pastry pillow or pocket stuffed with a sweet, gooey poppy seed or fruit filling, originated in Bohemia and is now popular in places where Czech migrants settled in America. The Agricultural Heritage Farm in Kewaunee, Wisconsin, hosts a summer Czech & Kolache Festival that includes polka, beer—and, of course, lots of kolache.
This year’s featival is Aug. 5-6 at Heritage Farm, N2251 State Highway 42 south of Kewaunee. Here’s a link to the event’s Facebook page.