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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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Pork stew – Polish style  (gulasz wieprzowy)
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Pork stew – Polish style (gulasz wieprzowy)
Another dish borrowed by the Poles which has become mainstream, traditional cuisine. The stew type meat dish is Hungarian in origin although the Polish version is not as spicy. Various vegetables, spices and a hint of beer make it a flavorful and delicious dish none the less. more
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Café Polonia
118 Washington Street
Salem, MA 01970
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A spin off the popular Boston location, Café Polonia in Salem is located right in the city’s vibrant downtown area close to major attractions such as the Peabody Essex Museum, the Witch House and right next to the Bewitched Statue.

Café Polonia features a rich menu of Polish, German, Hungarian and other Eastern European specialties including the Polish plate, schnitzel and everyone’s favorite - potato pancakes. Our delicious entrees are complimented by a wide selection of ... more
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Kabanos Polish Deli One
515 Oak St.
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.

We offer a large variety of cold cuts made on premises and a selection of food imported straight from Poland and other parts of Europe. more
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KOTLET
(KAWT-let)
The connection with the word cutlet is quite obvious. This can be a bone-in chop or a deboned cutlet, which is usually pounded, breaded and fried. It can also be a kind of flattened meatball or thick patty (kotlet mielony or siekany). Today’s one of Poland’s favorite meals is kotlet schabowy ... more