Joyce writes “This recipe is close to 100 years old. Handed down from my great grandmother, to my grandmother, to me, and I’m 73.”
This is a delicious combination of flavors. You may substitute black-eyed peas for one of the bean choices. It’s an especially nice side dish on “meatless” days, as it provides lots of protein! (And as a summertime picnic dish, it keeps well in the heat!)
Houska is traditional bread roll baked and consumed in the Czech Republic. Typical ingredients include wheat flour (but other types can be used), water, yeast, and salt. They are often topped with poppy seeds, caraway seeds, linseeds, or sea salt.