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Seattle best pierogi
Eating pierogi in Seattle?! There are few places where you can eat PIEROGI in this city, but which one is really the best?! Well... You will learn where I had absolutely the best and the most delicious pierogi in Washington state!  If you have this urge to eat pierogi in Seattle you simply need to know places where they sell them. But where to eat the best pierogi in Seattle?! You have to decide for...
Waiting for the interurban seattle fremont
Celebrate the Polish culture & traditions with audiences in Seattle, as part of Festál Cultural Festivals at Seattle Center. Eat the authentic Polish sausage, watch traditional Polish dances, listen to modern Polish music, stroll around Polish food and gift booths on July 8, 2017.Polish Festival Seattle is coming to town! What to buy and eat at the Polish Festival Seattle? If you have a sweet tooth make sure to drop by the booth with homemade Polish cakes. Polish Women’s Club recently gathered on Capitol Hill to...
Polish Mushroom Dumplings
‘Uszka’ are another type of Polish pierogi filled with wild-mushroom and traditionally served with clear borscht on Christmas Eve dinner. Here is how you make them. Some Polish housewives already feel anxiety owing to the amount of time and work they need to spend preparing Christmas food. The easiest way to deal with it is just to buy ready made pierogi...
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...
Dumplings with lentils are a delicious source of proteins! These Polish pierogi are together with pierogi ruskie one of my favorites and I could eat them over and over again!   And what type of pierogi do you like best? Recipe for the vegetarian pierogi with lentils: 1 cup of cooked lentils  3 onions 0.5 portion (100g) of feta cheese, cottage cheese...
Traditional Polish pierogi dough
This recipe for delicious and soft pierogi dough comes from my mom.  Every time I was making pierogi I'd call my mom and ask about the proportions. The recipe you'll find below is the simplest and vegan pierogi dough recipe you can find. How to make pierogi dough Ingredients: 1kg of flour (and some flower to sprinkle the breadboard) 1 teaspoon of salt ...
The most popular Polish meal is ruskie pierogi.   You make Polish pierogi ruskie out of simple dough filled with mashed potatoes, fried onion, and cottage cheese.  Even though the recipe is simple the name gets us puzzled. We translate ‘ruskie’ into Polish as ‘Russian’ and probably you wonder why the Poles would call one of their most recognizable dishes in favor of the Russians. The answer is simple. What the...
Eating out in Wroclaw is simple thanks to the big number of dining spots. One of the most beautiful cities in Poland, Wrocław offers you lots of places with traditional Polish food. I lived in Wrocław for almost a year and I’ve prepared a list of places that shows where to eat delicious and authentic Polish food. The meals are cheap, portions big and you’re sure the ladies in these kitchens cook like that at their homes!Meat...
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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