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  • August 24, 2020 Polish Pottery Online

    9 Facts About Wroclaw

    9 Facts About Wrocław Wrocław is the 5th largest city in Poland Poland is about 121,000 mi², and Wrocław is about 100 mi², making it smaller than Warsaw or Krakow, but larger than Gdansk.   Wrocław originated in the 10th...

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  • Polish Recipes-Meat and Poultry
    December 12, 2009 Irina M

    Polish Recipes-Meat and Poultry

    Meat plays a significant importance in the Polish food. Perhaps the most famous Polish meat known is the kielbasa, the Polish sausage. Bigos is Poland's national dish. There is a variety in ingredients - some have mushrooms and juniper berries,...

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  • Szarlotka- Apple Pie
    November 27, 2009 Irina M

    Polish Recipes-Desserts

    There is a wonderful choice of traditional Polish desserts, ranging from Polish Babka to apple cakes (szarlotka), cheesecake (sernik) and poppy seed rolls (makowiec). There are also layer cakes, apple tarts, Easter cakes, cream cakes, Polish pancakes and doughnuts. Honey...

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  • Polish Recipes-Side Dish
    October 30, 2009 Irina M

    Polish Recipes-Side Dish

    These classic Polish foods have remained unchanged for centuries. Served on their own or as an accompaniment, vegetables in Poland reflect the cold climate. Cabbage, beet root, turnip and the staples are often preserved by salting or pickling. Mushrooms and...

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  • Polish Recipes-Salads
    August 16, 2009 Irina M

    Polish Recipes-Salads

    The authentic Polish salad is the Surowka, which consists of grated winter vegetables like cabbage, red cabbage, carrots, leeks and apples. A tasty but simple salad is Mizeria, sliced raw cucumbers in sour cream or sour milk.Cucumber Salad (Mizeria)1 large...

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  • Polish Recipes-Soups
    August 7, 2009 Irina M

    Polish Recipes-Soups

    Soup are very important part of the Polish cuisine. Typical soups are Barszcz or red beet soup, served with stuffed dumplings; Żurek - a fermented rye soup; or Chłodnik, a soup made of cold beets and vegetables in sour milk....

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  • Polish Style Herring
    April 26, 2009 Irina M

    Polish Recipes-Fish

    Polish fish dishes are very diverse. The fish can be cooked many different ways: boiled, fried, roasted, fried in breadcrumbs, and served with delicious stuffing, sauces, and accompaniments. Carp is the traditional Christmas dish and it comes in different varieties:...

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  • Polish Recipes-Starters
    March 5, 2009 Irina M

    Polish Recipes-Starters

    Poland has one of the world's great cuisines, which has evolved over the centuries. Polish food reflects the history and geography of the country - it has a mix of influences: Russian, German, Italian, Ukrainian, Lithuanian, and Jewish traditions have left...

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