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Sausage. YEAH BABY!!! - translation and food


saz1885  
14 Sep 2006 /  #1
Just wanted to say...your sausage is ABSOLUTLEY DELICIOUS!!! Please send the stall to the Continental Market in York more often!!! Ta.xx
Tlum  
14 Sep 2006 /  #2
Your sausage is ABSOLUTLEY DELICIOUS!!! Prosze przesylajcie czesciej stoisko na Continental Market w York
old punk - | 25  
14 Sep 2006 /  #3
I had the best sausage I have ever had in my entire life in a little restaraunt in Warsaw. I can't remember the name, but it was near the church of the three crosses.
FISZ 24 | 2,116  
14 Sep 2006 /  #4
What are everyones feelings on Polish sausage vs. German sausage? They seem to think that all PL sausage has skin that's too tough. I've never run into this problem. I really like the farm bought sausage.
iwona 12 | 542  
15 Sep 2006 /  #5
I don't know if many english would like polish sousages?

My husband quite likes polish food but when I gave him polish sausage ( proper smoked one ) it seemed to be too strong flavour for him.
Wroclaw 44 | 5,387  
15 Sep 2006 /  #6
The problem with Polish sausage is what to do with it. In England they fry or grill their sausage. Here in Poland an Englishman might turn his nose up at a sausage that has just been boiled or is eaten cold. Part of the problem is what to expect when offered sausage. From the English point of view are you expecting something like salami or a typical 'banger' ?

For me a Polish sausage is neither of these.
FISZ 24 | 2,116  
15 Sep 2006 /  #7
I love kabanosa :)
Shelley  
15 Sep 2006 /  #8
I must say I'm partial to a bit of Polish sausage...
bolo 2 | 304  
15 Sep 2006 /  #9
World's largest kielbasa
FISZ 24 | 2,116  
15 Sep 2006 /  #10
WOw hahaha that's awesome! Where is this?
bolo 2 | 304  
15 Sep 2006 /  #11
In Canada - swankola.com/bw/alta/mundare.html
iwona 12 | 542  
15 Sep 2006 /  #12
The problem with Polish sausage is what to do with it. In England they fry or grill their sausage. Here in Poland an Englishman might turn his nose up at a sausage that has just been boiled or is eaten cold. Part of the problem is what to expect when offered sausage. From the English point of view are you expecting something like salami or a typical 'banger' ?

For me a Polish sausage is neither of these
.

I quite like to fry polish sausage with some onions- really good:)

bolo,

Huge sausage for a a big sausage party ...
bolo 2 | 304  
15 Sep 2006 /  #13
Hey Iwona, If you mention big sausage party.......... :)



iwona 12 | 542  
16 Sep 2006 /  #14
you are quite experienced on the sausage market. Noty boy:)

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