The most known cottage industry in Dražgoše is the baking of honey pastries called Dražgoše ‘little bread’. They are handmade from honey dough and each is uniquely decorated with typical ornaments. The making of these ‘little breads’ is a tradition that dates back over 200 years.
A Knedla (pl. knedle) is a fruit-filled dumpling. Knedle usually use potato dough and are filled with fruit. For example, knedle made with plums (or other fruit) is a Czech, Polish, Croatian, Bosnian and Serbian sweet dish that is often eaten as a sweet dinner.