bbq food is quite big in Poland, we love it. it's called 'grill' and you have a grill party after grill party every summer, with loadsa beer. why do you say it is English cuisine???
There's a big difference between 'grill' and 'barbecue'
And I meant that IME Poles don't much like American Bar-B-Q (esp with marinated meat) _or_ anything in English cooking, two separate dislikes. Yeah, I could've been a little clearer.
Thanksgiving parties in Poland? what?? i had my reservations but pumpkin pie is delicious, so is carrot cake, which is not that popular in Poland.
Parties held by Americans, to which Polish friends are invited. I've been to several, though not in the past few years. Most Polish people never got past their initial reservations about pumpkin pie (or sweet potatoes, which aren't potatoes at all).
And by 'white bread' I mean this:
which has a very soft mushy texture (not at all like tosty). I've never met a Pole that liked it, most say things like 'biała wata' and 'nie da się jeść' about it. I tend to agree with them.
is that apple pie in the US?
No, true apple pie is baked: homemadeapplepie.net
And the crust is nothing really like the top or bottom of szarlotka.