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How Poles celebrate namedays
How Poles celebrate namedaysUnlike most other nations, the people of Catholic Poland tend to attach more importance to the feast day of their patron saint than to birthdays. In the past, this was also common in other Catholic countries such as Austria and Bavaria (southern Germany) where the Namenstag was once widely celebrated. moreread more
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Potato dumplings (kopytka)
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Potato dumplings (kopytka)
Kopytka – the Polish name for these potato dumplings literally translates into “little hooves” for their characteristic shape. more
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Café Polonia
611 Dorchester Avenue
Boston, MA 02127
USA

Café Polonia celebrates 6 years as part of Boston’s dining scene where it remains the city’s only Polish restaurant. A rich menu offers lists dozens of offerings ranging from traditional fare to homemade dinners and desserts. Café Polonia prides itself on having been featured in many of the city’s most widely red magazines and newspapers and well as TV and radio shows. Handcrafted furnishing and original décor create a warm atmosphere reminiscent of a traditional mountain cottage in ... more
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Kabanos Polish Deli Three
852 Montauk Hgwy
Copiague, NY 11726
USA

Kabanos Polish Deli has been serving Poles and Polish-Americans since 1987. We invite you to try not only our large variety of cold cuts made on premises, but also your favorite hot meals to go. more
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(CHAHS-taw)
Depending on its context, this word can mean cake, dough or batter. more