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Pierogi Paradise - Exploring Greenpoint NYC’s Best Polish Restaurants
Pierogi Paradise - Exploring Greenpoint NYC’s Best Polish RestaurantsKnown locally as Little Poland, Greenpoint has been the heart of the Polish community in New York City for decades, with more Polish businesses here than anywhere else in the city. Standing on the main strip, Manhattan Avenue, you could be forgiven for thinking you were in a small town in Silesia, as Polish bakeries, delis and restaurants line the sidewalk and the sound of the Polish language fills the air. moreread more
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Prepared horseradish (chrzan domowy)
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Prepared horseradish (chrzan domowy)
Grating the root requires some courage as the strong odor will surely make you cry. The taste of freshly prepared horseradish beats most ready-to-eat options found in supermarkets and is certainly worth the effort. more
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Chopin Cafe & Restaurant
1574 Palos Verdes Mall
Walnut Creek, CA 94597
USA

Old-fashioned family restaurant specializes in hearty Polish fare, such as pierogis and stuffed cabbage, and homemade desserts, like blintzes. more
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Polish Market of Macomb Township
48902 Hayes Rd.
Macomb, MI 48044
USA

Bakery - At Polish Market imported European breads and rolls are baked fresh daily and the old fashion way. Some of the breads are Dark Rye, Buttermilk, 7 Grain, Graham Round, Sunflower Seeds, Soy, Poppy Seed. Just stop by and try the taste of perfection, see for yourself why Polish Market is "The Best Store In Town".

Gourmet Polish Sausage - There is such a large selection of delicious sausages and meats at Polish Market. There is only enough room to list few from over a hundred ... more
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ZUPA SZCZAWIOWA
(shcha-VYAW-vah)
This creamy soup, flecked with tart green sorrel leaves (similar to spinach), is usually served over a hard-cooked egg. more