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Kishke, kaszanka


Maciej...  
28 Feb 2008 /  #1
my grandparents immigrated to chicago IL from Poland and we still cary on the traditions they brought. My favorite polish food is Kishke. nobody here has talked about it. i just wanted to say its F|_|CKING great!
Zgubiony 15 | 1,554  
28 Feb 2008 /  #2
We've discussed kaszanka.... not too appetizing IMO :)
polishgirltx  
28 Feb 2008 /  #3
ah, i call it 'krew z kasza' (blood with groats).... lol...not my favorite food... but some ppl love it...
Kasz 1 | 76  
28 Feb 2008 /  #4
Kiszka rofl :P first time i see someone non polish talking about "kiszka" :P
sledz 23 | 2,250  
28 Feb 2008 /  #5
We talked about it before here ...No thanks for me!!

Smacznego:)
polishgirltx  
28 Feb 2008 /  #6
We talked about it before here

the old topics are always back :)
Kasz 1 | 76  
28 Feb 2008 /  #7
prolly u guys know soup " czernina" ?? :P if no u must see it! Czernina (from the Polish word czarny - black; sometimes also Czarnina or Czarna polewka) is a Polish soup made of duck blood and clear poultry broth. In English it is referred to as Duck Blood Soup. smacznego :PP
sledz 23 | 2,250  
28 Feb 2008 /  #8
maybe it was deleted?
Zgubiony 15 | 1,554  
28 Feb 2008 /  #9
In English it is referred to as Duck Blood Soup

...Next!
sledz 23 | 2,250  
28 Feb 2008 /  #10
hey whats psia krew.....lol
Kasz 1 | 76  
28 Feb 2008 /  #11
psia krew! its like damn it!
Zgubiony 15 | 1,554  
28 Feb 2008 /  #12
Dogs blood :)
polishgirltx  
28 Feb 2008 /  #13
czernina

a long time ago, when i girl invited her 'husband candidate' for family dinner, and a father didn't approve the guy, 'czarna polewka' was served....it was a bad sign ... lol

is it that soup?
Kasz 1 | 76  
28 Feb 2008 /  #14
im not sure lol anyway here u are more about "czernina" Generally the sweet and sour taste of the soup comes from the addition of sugar and vinegar. However, there are hundreds of recipes popular in different parts of Poland and Lithuania. Among the ingredients used are plum or pear syrup, dried pears, plums or cherries, apple vinegar and honey. Like most Polish soups, czernina is usually served with fine noodles, macaroni or boiled potatoes.

Until the 19th century czernina was also a symbol in Polish culture. It was served to young men applying for the hand of their beloved ones after the parents rejected their proposal. It is a plot element in Pan Tadeusz, a famous Polish epic poem by Adam Mickiewicz.

It is also a regional dish in Kaszuby and PoznaƄ.
Zgubiony 15 | 1,554  
28 Feb 2008 /  #15
'czarna polewka' was served....it was a bad sign

Yes, I think it meant that the marriage wasn't accepted.

...which I see is above :)
plk123 8 | 4,150  
28 Feb 2008 /  #16
kaszanka... yum.. czernina.. yum.. :D

slovvenianas eat this stuff too but their sausage has rice in it, i think.. this is also a popular product in puerto rico but i am not sure what the filler is.. either way this stuff is good. :)
Kasz 1 | 76  
28 Feb 2008 /  #17
either way this stuff is good. :)

neeeeeveeer ! its looking ugly and i bet its taste disgusting... :P
plk123 8 | 4,150  
28 Feb 2008 /  #18
you need to at least try it.. when it's fried well, it is out of this world. lol
polishgirltx  
28 Feb 2008 /  #19
its taste disgusting... :P

it is out of this world. lol

it doesn't taste bad when you hold your breath and eat fast with lots of water... lol
Kasz 1 | 76  
28 Feb 2008 /  #20
lol only way to eat it :P
plk123 8 | 4,150  
28 Feb 2008 /  #21
eh, you guys don't know what's good then. :P :D
Kasz 1 | 76  
28 Feb 2008 /  #22
yea maby:P i prefer pizza :P and my nan "pierogi z miesem" :PP
polishgirltx  
28 Feb 2008 /  #23
lol...i like 'flaczki' tho... :)
Kasz 1 | 76  
28 Feb 2008 /  #24
'flaczki'

sucks too :P
polishgirltx  
28 Feb 2008 /  #25
'flaczki'
sucks too :P

lol...how about 'golonko' with beer? :D
Kasz 1 | 76  
28 Feb 2008 /  #26
yea "golonka peklowana" with beer its way better :P
plk123 8 | 4,150  
28 Feb 2008 /  #27
golonko? golonka?

flaki is killer too. yumm.. :D
Kasz 1 | 76  
28 Feb 2008 /  #28
golonka ruuullllllllls :P and rly flaki sucks :P
wozzy 8 | 206  
28 Feb 2008 /  #29
Jeez people where have you been all your lives?

These foods are known and served all over the world ( well mabe not in countries where pork is not served, unless you don't like the guy).

Black pudding and tripe are both very delish. lots pf offal dishes are tastey and nutritious, unlike a Big Mack. ....How can anyone eat those on a regular basis is beyond comprehension..........
osiol 55 | 3,922  
28 Feb 2008 /  #30
Black pudding

Yes.

tripe

I've had flaki and enjoyed it. It's the same stuff that haggis is cooked in, so it's all good.

offal dishes

Technically, even chicken skin is offal. Pork scratchings?

Big Mack

This topic is supposed to be about food. How anyone can eat this at all is beyond comprehension.

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