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A Polish Thanksgiving
A Polish ThanksgivingThanksgiving Day (Święto Dziękczynienia) is celebrated in the US on the fourth Thursday of November. While certainly not a traditional Polish-rooted holiday, it has been eagerly observed by Polonians and Americans of other ethnic backgrounds as far back as anyone can remember. moreread more
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Honey-spice liqueur (krupnik staropolski)
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Honey-spice liqueur (krupnik staropolski)
The Vigil supper is too solemn an occasion for high-powered libation. Some families serve no alcoholic beverages whatsoever at this repast, others limit things to a glass of wine or a nip of a home-made cordial. One favorite is this delicious old honey liqueur which is served hot as a great cheer-enhancer and warmer-upper. more
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GIMZA Polish Restaurant
3435 Medlock Bridge Rd.
Suite 209
Norcross, GA 30092
USA

GIMZA is the only restaurant in Atlanta dedicated in serving authentic Polish food in a modern European style. Our food is freshly prepared each morning, and cooked when ordered.

At GIMZA, we are dedicated in serving freshly prepared and cooked authentic Polish food at a very competitive price. more
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Fils Polish Deli
34 Shunpike Rd.
Cromwell, CT 06416
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Welcome to Fils Polish Deli!

Fils Deli features a fine selection of imported Polish and European foods including made on the spot Pierogis and other home made dishes. We also offer a huge selection of canned goods like pickles, jams, saurkraut, juices, syrups, pastas, candies, cookies, chocolates, and a big selection of European cheeses from all over Europe.

Order our delicious Polish Pierogi, kielbasa, babka and more. Shipped directly from our kitchen to yours!
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Cheesecake, often studded with raisins and flavored with grated orange peel, has long been a favorite Polish Easter cake, enjoyed by many all year round. It was among the dishes introduced to the Vatican by Polish-born Pontiff John Paul II. more