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Starting a Polish restaurant
Starting a Polish restaurantItalian Americans are lucky. When they eat out, they can choose everything from elegant gourmet dining spots to neighborhood pizza joints. On the other hand, except for Chicago, most of the America’s so-called ‘Polish restaurants’ are usually little more than blue-collar American eateries that also include pierogi, gołąbki and kiełbasa on the menu. moreread more
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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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Café Polonia
611 Dorchester Avenue
Boston, MA 02127

Café Polonia celebrates 6 years as part of Boston’s dining scene where it remains the city’s only Polish restaurant. A rich menu offers lists dozens of offerings ranging from traditional fare to homemade dinners and desserts. Café Polonia prides itself on having been featured in many of the city’s most widely red magazines and newspapers and well as TV and radio shows. Handcrafted furnishing and original décor create a warm atmosphere reminiscent of a traditional mountain cottage in ... more

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

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
A tart and tangy duck (or goose) soup, containing the fowl’s blood and dried fruit and usually served over noodles or potatoes; so named because of its dark chocolate-like color (czerń = blackness); also spelled czarnina. This soup also had a ritual significance as the legendary czarna ... more