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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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Leek salad (sałatka z porów)
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Leek salad (sałatka z porów)
Although frequently used in soups in the US, leeks are a more common salad ingredient in Poland. Health conscious chefs will agree that leeks are a good source of vitamins and nutrients. 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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Polish Market of Hamtramck
10200 Joseph Campau
Hamtramck, MI 48212
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At Polish Market our mission is to offer the consumer a great variety of Polish traditional and gourmet Pierogi, Crepes, Dinners, Sausages, Sauerkraut, Pickles, Specialty Foods, and other fine products that have been hand crafted to add a touch of Poland to any meal.

Our secret is to only offer products that come from old, authentic Polish Recipes that have been handed down from generation to generation.

To offer products that provide the same high quality that our ... more
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MAKARON
(mah-KAH-rawn)
Derived from the Italian word ‘macaroni’, these are thin egg noodles usually served in soup. more