I would have thought pierogi with haggis would have been nicer than gołąbki, i can't imagine the cabbage going as well with the haggis. That's just my opinion though.
I'd like to try both. It's not me who is cooking the pierogi but I'm sure me friend will try it if I ask nice enough. :)
I worked in a Scottish resaurant for 5 years so I will rack my brains and think of anything that would combine nicely with polish food or would be something appealing to the polish palete.
Fantastic. Thanks. :)
I know it's a christmas eve dish but maybe you should try Barszcz z Uszkami? Chleb ze smalcem is a nice addition if you have a lot of drinking planned - people won't get pissed that quickly while eating some good old chleb ze smalcem ;) of course with beer..
OK, noted and thank you. :)
borscht? red or white
I prefer white myself so yes I think so.
Why not do a platter which consists of the best of both.
Hopefull we'll aim for that. I am really liking these ideas of mixing things up like haggis golabki although I take on board the negative sides of that, and haggis pierogi.
do soup in a bun:
My friend mentioned that but neither of us have done it. It's a good idea and I think I'll let her do it. Her Mum can give her some tips on it. :)
You can't have a Polish menu without pierogi!!!
It's true. So it's going back on. ;)
potato pancakes: Polish style/ local style.
How could I forget potato pancakes! Of course.
Yes I think that's a good one. I'll have to make sure it's made without peas, I don't like them but love the dish! :}
In my opinion everyone will love this soup. If you want to make a good impression, this is the one. ;)
OK, I'll put it on the list. Last time I had that it was out a tin. :/