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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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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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Kredens
66-36 Fresh Pond Rd.
Ridgewood, NY 11385
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The restaurant offers some simple but ever-appealing dishes like pierogi, borscht or potato pancakes, as well as “more advanced” ones like braised veal with baked apples or herb-marinated braised pork shoulder. more
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Kabanos Polish Deli Two
1635 Great Neck Rd
Copiague, NY 11726
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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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A tart soup made with fermented ryemeal, usually cooked on a sausage-based stock, and seasoned with marjoram. It may be served with a hard-cooked egg in the soup or a serving of potatoes garnished with pork fatback or bacon nuggets on the side. A meatless version of this soup was once a Lenten ... more