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PUDLISZKI BOTTLED GOŁĄBKI?


Polonius3 1,000 | 12,446  
5 Jul 2009 /  #1
Has anyone ever tried Pudliszki brand gołabki out of a jar? How do you evaluate them compared to home-made ones?
Kapusta 2 | 66  
7 Jul 2009 /  #3
Has anyone ever tried Pudliszki brand gołabki out of a jar? How do you evaluate them compared to home-made ones?

Yes. They're OK as a snack or if you don't have time to cook. Otherwise stick with homemade ones, they are a lot nicer.

4/10 ;)

Yes I'd go with that. :)
JustysiaS 13 | 2,240  
7 Jul 2009 /  #4
they're alright actually, i'd give them 6/10 ;). haven't had them for a while now, think a trip to the Polish shop is due!
peter_olsztyn 6 | 1,098  
7 Jul 2009 /  #5
i'd give them 6/10 ;)

You should taste my auntie's gołabki. You'll change your mind ;)
JustysiaS 13 | 2,240  
7 Jul 2009 /  #6
i'm easy to please :P i just love food...
Filios1 8 | 1,343  
7 Jul 2009 /  #7
No, Pudliszki is best known for their fasolka. All true Poles know that :)
JustysiaS 13 | 2,240  
7 Jul 2009 /  #8
fasolka po bretońsku? mmmm!
Jihozapad  
7 Jul 2009 /  #9
No, Pudliszki is best known for their fasolka. All true Poles know that :)

lol, true Poles don't bother with convenience food, they just go to their mum's for the real deal :)
Filios1 8 | 1,343  
7 Jul 2009 /  #10
fasolka po bretońsku

Yup.. affordable, and tastes awesome... Get yourself a loaf of fresh bread, heat up the fasolka, and dip the bread into it as you eat... mmmm... feeds 2, and you can even invite a girl over for a first date to this stuff :))

convenience food

Unfortunately, I see more and more often, Poles going to eat at disgusting restaurants, like McDonalds, etc... Hopefully the trend reverses soon, because I don't want to see fat girls all over the street like in the West.
Jihozapad  
7 Jul 2009 /  #11
and you can even invite a girl over for a first date to this stuff :))

So classy ; ) :D

Unfortunately, I see more and more often, Poles going to eat at disgusting restaurants, like McDonalds, etc... Hopefully the trend reverses soon, because I don't want to see fat girls all over the street like in the West.

Sad but true.

Mind you, there's always been plenty of overweight Poles (my family included), the difference is, in the past, they had jobs where they could keep the weight under control. No-one in my family works in a mine or steelworks any more... so... lol... :)
peter_olsztyn 6 | 1,098  
7 Jul 2009 /  #12
fasolka po bretońsku? mmmm!

mniam. I'm going to Carrefour right now. Anybody want a jar? ;)
Filios1 8 | 1,343  
7 Jul 2009 /  #13
Anybody want a jar? ;)

Already have plenty in stock, kolego. Ale dzieki... :)

Mind you, there's always been plenty of overweight Poles (my family included), the difference is, in the past

Well, Polish men are naturally more robust, and of a heavier build. That goes for Slavs in general. Usually they can maintain slim figure even when not working. But diets are changing, so sizes are changing.
JustysiaS 13 | 2,240  
7 Jul 2009 /  #14
send a few my way Pete lol
Filios1 8 | 1,343  
7 Jul 2009 /  #15
You know, I wasn't kidding about the fasolki po bretonsku for a first date either... I actually was forced to make a girl that.. We arrived home late from the movie, and had no other alternative :) We broke up a few days later :)
OP Polonius3 1,000 | 12,446  
9 Jul 2009 /  #16
Anyone know whether the Bretons eat anything similar to fasolka po bretońsku.
How do they differ from the traditonal English baked beans?
Molly Malone  
1 Sep 2009 /  #17
Actually, fasolka cooked this way is a Greek national dish. I once had it the Greek way and couldn't see any differences except in the amount of meat.

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