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A pilgrimage for Grandpa’s opłatek: A Polish-American Christmas Tale
A pilgrimage for Grandpa’s opłatek: A Polish-American Christmas TaleGrandpa’s strength was waning and his low spirits hinted that his 95th Christmas could well be his last. So sons, daughters and grandchildren scoured area department stores for a special gift to delight the family patriarch. The hunt netted a pile of flannel shirts, thermal underwear and even an electric blanket. moreread more
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Bigos – old Polish style (bigos staropolski)
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Bigos – old Polish style (bigos staropolski)
Bigos and similar dishes were once known as miszkulancja in Polish (from the Italian mescolanza = mixture or hotchpotch). Old Polish bigos differed from today’s version because of a preponderance of spit-roasted wild game. The dish was cooked in layers rather than everything being uniformly chopped up. more
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Czerwone Jabluszko
6474 N. Milwaukee Ave.
Chicago, IL 60631
USA

Red apple is "all you can eat" buffet restaurant with a long tradition of serving great tasting traditional and contemporary Polish and international food. Our goal is to satisfy every kind of appetite. We know that even the best food shouldn't come at sky-high prices. That's why Red Apple is a budget minded restaurant where everyone can enjoy a great meal!

We are open 7 days a week.

Opening hours:
Sunday - Thursday: 11am - 9:00pm
Friday - Saturday: 11am- 9:30pm
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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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PĄCZKI
(PAUNCH-kee)
Polish doughnuts, usually containing fruit filling, and glazed or sugar-dusted; although available all year round at Polish pastry shops and cafés, they have a ritual significance on Tłusty Czwartek (Fat Thursday) and Ostatki (Fat Tuesday). In Warsaw, the best pączki come from Blikle’s ... more