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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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  Prisoner of Rio ( Wiezien Rio ) [ NON-USA FORMAT, PAL, Reg.2 Import - Germany ]

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Cucumber salad (mizeria)
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Cucumber salad (mizeria)
This very popular side dish is quick to make and goes well with any kind of meat. more
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Czerwone Jabluszko
3121 N. Milwaukee
Chicago, IL 60618
USA

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

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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BIGOS
(BEE-guss)
Bigos Often referred to in English as hunter’s stew, because of its close connection to the hunts of yesteryear, this ragoût or stew is widely regarded as Poland’s national dish. Its praises were sung in ‘Pan Tadeusz’, the epic poem of 19th-century romantic bard Adam Mickiewicz. It ... more