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When you think of Eastern Europe cuisine you think borsch (also spelled borscht) is the flagship soup. What is borscht? How do you make it and what is so special about a beets soup? Why do Poles serve it on almost every occasion? What is the secret behind making beets delicious and how many types of borsch can you get...
Polish food in Polish Cultural Center in Seattle
A noisy kitchen full of voices, busy waiters, and bustling women reminded me of traditional Polish village weddings somewhere in a remote Sub-Carpathian region of Poland. Everything started with a sweet smell of cookies… Last weekend at the Polish Cultural Center you could eat some meat pierogi, Polish sausage, and a homemade poppyseed cake. Polish Bazaars at Polish Cultural Center Polish Cultural Center...
The traditional Polish cuisine, in terms of meals preparations and digestion, has always been time-consuming. Polish food has been filling so that you could survive harsh Polish winters. Nowadays, the climate in Poland is slightly milder and office jobs don’t burn as many calories as plowing. Polish food is still very hearty and didn’t change much. Polish soups for the...
Polish food in Kraków
Kraków - a city filled with historical buildings, legends, and artistic atmosphere? Would you like to find a restaurant with proper authentic Polish food? There're places in Kraków you must visit and food you must eat! I lived in Krakow for almost 5 years. Hence, I know the city inside out and can recommend you places with the best and most authentic Polish food! These places are often visited by the locals and everybody: meat eaters, vegans, and vegetarians will find something here! Przystanek Pierogarnia...
Polish pierogi in Warsaw
You can try Polish food at its best in Warsaw the capital of Poland. Eating out in Warsaw is simple thanks to the big number of dining spots. Thanks to living in Warsaw for over a year, I made my own list of best, most authentic and quite cheap restaurants serving Polish food.  The best pierogi places in Warsaw Gościniec Polskie Pierogi - Podwale 19, Warsaw Open: Mon-Sun: 11am-10pm A small place specializing in the Polish dumplings. The portion of pierogi is...
Ania loves pierogi, coffee and cherry pies!

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