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Everything you should know about dyngus day
Everything you should know about dyngus dayHistorically a Polish and Polish-American tradition, Dyngus Day celebrates the end of the often restrictive observance of lent and the joy of Easter. Over the decades, Dyngus Day has become a wonderful holiday to celebrate Polish-American culture, heritage and traditions. How did it start? There are many stories that attempt to explain the origins of the day. moreread more
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Blood sausage (kaszanka, kiszka)
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Blood sausage (kaszanka, kiszka)
Also known as buckwheat sausage. 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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Baltic European Deli
632 Dorchester Ave
Boston, MA 02127
USA

Baltic European Deli is the premier shopping destination for Polish specialties as well as imported products in Boston. The deli relies on dozens of suppliers form smokehouses in New York and Chicago, bakeries in New Jersey or Connecticut as well as various importers of Polish sweets, preserves, juices, teas and other groceries.

Since it opened its doors in 2000, Baltic Deli has established a reputation for the freshest products, wide selection and friendly service. At Baltic Deli, ... more
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OKRASA
(aw-KRAH-sah)
This can be melted butter, fried fatback or bacon bits, fried onions, pan drippings, etc. used as a topping for potatoes, pasta, dumplings, groats, etc. Also known as omasta. more