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A pilgrimage for Grandpa’s opłatek: A Polish-American Christmas Tale
A pilgrimage for Grandpa’s opłatek: A Polish-American Christmas TaleGrandpa’s strength was waning and his low spirits hinted that his 95th Christmas could well be his last. So sons, daughters and grandchildren scoured area department stores for a special gift to delight the family patriarch. The hunt netted a pile of flannel shirts, thermal underwear and even an electric blanket. moreread more
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Cooked beets – Polish style (buraczki)
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Cooked beets – Polish style (buraczki)
Beets are a staple in the Polish kitchen are often used in soups such as borsch. In this recipe, they are prepared as a side vegetable for meat dishes and served warm. more

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Polonez Restaurant
4016 S. Packard Ave.
Saint Francis, WI 53235

A Polish restaurant with one of the best Friday fish fries in town, Polonez's chef and co-owner (with wife Aleksandra) George Burzynski was named a "chef to watch" by restaurant critic Ann Christenson in Milwaukee Magazine's Best Dining issue in 2003. His recipes for pierogies, stuffed cabbage, and creamed herring came with him from the old country, which he left in 1980.

This is not the place for those on a diet! If mushroom soup is available, order it. It's the best mushroom ... more

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Polish Market of Troy
2938 E. Maple Road
Troy, MI 48083

Come see our unique product selection, a wide variety of the finest European foods and imports such as Gundelsheim, Bahlsen, Tchibo, Kuhne and many more. The Polish Market offers a great variety of Polish traditional and gourmet Pierogi, Crepes, Sausages, Dinners, Pickles, Sauerkraut, Specialty Foods, and other fine products that have been hand crafted to add a touch of Poland to any meal.

In our store you will find premium european groceries, pastry, bakery, hot foods, cold cuts, ... more
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Fish in sparkling clear aspic is a typical Polish cold starter course. Carp is the preferred fish for this dish but other fresh-water species such as trout, pike and walleye (as well as sea fish) are also good. Lemon juice and/or horseradish as well as Tartar sauce adds tang to this otherwise ... more