Whoops, almost forgot to add to my favorites list, a nice shot of Zubrowka after the meal.
Only one? Come on .... Life is too short to have one shot only :)
I came back home at 7 pm and ate a giant plate of paella, thick, with an extra portion of shrimp and mussels. After an hour, I started to feel hungry again. It just came to my mind that Polish food must be so fatty and full of calories - how would Poles survive those harsh winters in the past and today?
A Vatican delegate to Poland wrote in his diaries a few hundred years ago - They eat little veg in Poland, but each Pole eats as much meat as 5 Italians.
. A Polish saying from the time - An Italian thrives on lettuce, a Pole loses weight with it.
Once I hated fat in my meals, today I thrive on it.
Golonka - pork knuckles - one of the fattiest ingredients/dishes.
This two-pound piece of golonka is enough to feel full for a few days, not just hours. :):