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"[Fieldworker:] You mentioned kolaches before. [Informant:] Yes. [F:] How are they made? [I:] I just bought some recently. They’re made of a rich pie dough and they’re cut in squares about four, five inches and slit from the corners in, and a little bit [of] cooked prunes or apples or peaches—any kind of fruit that you want to put inside—and then the corners turned in so they sort of look like a star, but you can see the fruit from the top of it too.]"
(definition: A pastry of sweetened yeast dough with a sweet filling; a pastry of rich pie dough with a sweet topping. chiefly Wisconsin, Upper Midwest)