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A Polish Thanksgiving
A Polish ThanksgivingThanksgiving Day (Święto Dziękczynienia) is celebrated in the US on the fourth Thursday of November. While certainly not a traditional Polish-rooted holiday, it has been eagerly observed by Polonians and Americans of other ethnic backgrounds as far back as anyone can remember. moreread more
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Crepes (naleśniki)
Although French in origin, the popularity of crepes in Poland has earned the thin pancake a mention in Polish cookbooks. While some fillings such as cheese require a bit of preparation, any fruit jam or preserve will make for a quick and delicious alternative. more

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Czerwone Jabluszko
3121 N. Milwaukee
Chicago, IL 60618

On a given day, our meat dishes may include sausage, turkey wings, turkey breast, chicken, meat balls, roast beef, roast pork, breaded pork cutlets, gizzads, veal or beef stew, meat loaf, roast duck, viener schnitzel, corned beef and beef stroganoff. Fried and baked fish, shrimp basket, chicken kiev, tender BBQ ribs, pork shank, roast smoked ham, fabulous "mielony" (polish burger), stuffed cabbage and more..
We also serve big selection of salad including coleslaw, carrot and raisin ... more

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Kabanos Polish Deli Three
852 Montauk Hgwy
Copiague, NY 11726

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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Also known as faworki, these delicate, fried, sugar-dusted pastries are usually associated with Mardi Gras. They variously referred to in English as angel wings, bow-knot patries, bow-ties, crisps, crullers, kindling, favors, favorites and vanities. more