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Pierogi Paradise - Exploring Greenpoint NYC’s Best Polish Restaurants
Pierogi Paradise - Exploring Greenpoint NYC’s Best Polish RestaurantsKnown locally as Little Poland, Greenpoint has been the heart of the Polish community in New York City for decades, with more Polish businesses here than anywhere else in the city. Standing on the main strip, Manhattan Avenue, you could be forgiven for thinking you were in a small town in Silesia, as Polish bakeries, delis and restaurants line the sidewalk and the sound of the Polish language fills the air. moreread more
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Buckwheat groats (kasza gryczana)
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Buckwheat groats (kasza gryczana)
Many buckwheat dishes have been brought to America by the Poles and Russians. Although preparing buckwheat can be as simple as boiling groats or even buying an instant pack, traditional Polish method calls for wrapping the boiled grain in feather down pillows or a comforter. Follow the recipe and see what this century tradition is all about. more
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Chopin Cafe & Restaurant
1574 Palos Verdes Mall
Walnut Creek, CA 94597
USA

Old-fashioned family restaurant specializes in hearty Polish fare, such as pierogis and stuffed cabbage, and homemade desserts, like blintzes. more
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Stanley’s Homemade Polish Sausage
2201 E. McDowell Road
Phoenix, AZ 85006
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Stanley's Homemade Polish Sausage Company was founded in 1963 and was the first Polish deli in the metropolitan Phoenix area. At present, Stanley's is still the only exclusive location in the valley where you can find homemade Polish sausage made fresh daily amoung with other fine-quality products.

Stanley's also creates the finest in both Polish and Eastern European products from "old country" recipes gathered over centuries and handed down from generation to generation.

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CZERNINA
(chair-NEE-nah)
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