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I sent the original question to BayCzech. I still have not found a local source. Sykora Bakery in Iowa will send them by mail order but they're in the middle of a big renovation so they probably won't be able to do it this year. http://www.sykorabakery.comI guess I'll have to make them myself again this year. Although I'm an Irish-Italian-American and have no passed-down Czech folkways!
As long as I know, there is no Czech bakery yet, but there is a Czech store in NY that ships their orders as well. I don't know if they make housky, but you can try to contact them. I was there three years ago, so hope they are still in business.It is called I Love NY and the ph# is(718) 497-5778Good Luck & Merry Christmas
You may want to check out Little Prague in Davis - they have a bakery section as well.http://www.daviswiki.org/Little_Prague
I have a recipe for Czech houska. I can send it to you but I also plan to post it in my blog.You can also buy bread in Panera that is similar to Czech bread:http://czechfolks.com/2008/09/12/are-you-craving-czech-bread-and-mustard-prahnete-po-ceskem-chlebu-a-horcici/
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