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Polish Pizza !! The best in the world?


pawian 224 | 24,456
31 Mar 2024 #301
Please go to Italy

Why should I go to Italy if I live in Poland where you have never been??? :):):) I don`t need Italian pizza, I want my Polish Hawaian one! Ha!

I know British ketchup when I taste it and hate it, Polish ketchup was almost as disgusting.

Exactly! The same company located in the suburbs of East London made your cheap prole British and counterfeit Polish ketchup! It shows you have never really tried true Polish ketchup! Polish tomatoes are the best in Europe. Your British tomatoes smell and taste like rotten in comparison. :)::)
Joker 3 | 2,331
31 Mar 2024 #302
Polish ketchup was almost as disgusting.

Polish ketchup is horrible. Anyone that uses ketchup on a pizza has never had real pizza. The worst pizza, I ever ate in my life was in Poland. They havent a clue...Froggggggggeettttttabbbouttttt it!
Miloslaw 19 | 4,953
31 Mar 2024 #303
Why should I go to Italy if I live in Poland

To taste a proper pizza, you ignorant, narrow minded old fool!
Joker 3 | 2,331
31 Mar 2024 #304
To taste a proper pizza,

Were lucky all those Italian immigrants moved to NYC back in the early 1900s and opened up the now famous pizza shops. It spread like wildfire across the country:)

Chicago has the best pizza now!
Alien 20 | 4,998
1 Apr 2024 #305
Polish tomatoes are the best in Europe

It's not tomatoes, Polish ketchup has less vinegar and probably more sugar.
jon357 74 | 22,054
1 Apr 2024 #306
Polish ketchup has less vinegar and probably more sugar

And not many tomatoes. More flavouring, dye and e numbers.

Your British tomatoes

Eaten many, have you?
Alien 20 | 4,998
1 Apr 2024 #307
many tomatoes

Pudliszki actually have the most tomatoes, but they also have as much sugar as Cola.
Feniks - | 148
1 Apr 2024 #308
used to serve pancakes with decorative swirls of it on.

Ugh! There are so many better things you could serve with pancakes.

I quite like HP

I've tried it but never bought it. Not a fan. The only sauces I currently have at home are soy and Worcester sauce.

mouthwatering

Never tried them. I doubt most people have. I'm willing to bet that most people from other countries no little about British cuisine. Time and again if people comment it's only to talk about our fish and chips, like it's the only dish we ever eat. That or an English breakfast.
jon357 74 | 22,054
1 Apr 2024 #309
The only sauces I currently have at home are soy and Worcester sauce.

I got some Henderson's Relish a while back. I'd not really had it despite it being a Sheffield thing and fairly local to me. They call it Hendo's there and Deedahs (Sheffield people) around the world take it with them or buy it online. It's been made for about 150 years about 100 yards from the original factory (just behind the big flats you see in The Full Monty).

It's a bit like an insipid Worcester Sauce without the kick. A bit like the very bland stuff they have in Germany and sell as Worcester Sauce. A sort of relation to Maggi.

It's good for vegans and I'd guess it would do as a substitute for a light soy sauce in cooking. Probably food with delicate Chinese recipes.

Never tried them. I doubt most people have

About Stargazy Pie, nobody outside Cornwall (where it was pretty well forgotten too) had even heard of it until about a decade ago when a theme park in China started selling it.

I like Dock Pudding (a Halifax specialty) and Herb Pudding (sort of Westmorland/south Lake District).

The latter is easy. Pearl barley, herbs (nettles are traditional, onion or leek, egg yolk and sometimes cream, baked in a mould.

Mushroom ketchup is nice. Rare in the shops and best home made.
Feniks - | 148
1 Apr 2024 #310
I got some Henderson's Relish a while back.

I've never heard of it before. Fish free Worcester Sauce.

Deedahs (Sheffield people) around the world take it with them or buy it online.

I feel a bit like that about Worcester Sauce. I've always got it in the cupboard. Bit of an addiction. Why are Sheffield people called Deedahs?

nobody outside Cornwall (where it was pretty well forgotten too) had even heard of it until about a decade

I knew what it was but I can't say it looks appealing.

Mushroom ketchup is nice.

I've not tried that either but I've seen it in supermarkets:

tesco.com/groceries/en-GB/products/251225471

Dock and Herb Puddings sound interesting. I bet there's lots of Northern dishes I don't know about.
jon357 74 | 22,054
1 Apr 2024 #311
Fish free Worcester Sauce.

Made from wheat I think. Very old recipe.

I've always got it in the cupboard. Bit of an addiction

Me too.

Why are Sheffield people called Deedahs?

They can't say "thee" and "tha" (a very South Yorkshire thing; I grew up saying it) with the "th". They pronounce it a bit like dee and dah.

There's a ton of regional dishes, some half forgotten. Some nice ones from east anglia and Lincolnshire. The northern ones tend to be a bit less user friendly since they're from poorer or geographically wilder places. Catholic Pie from Lancashire is nice. I like Bavarian Buns which you only ever see in Bradford.

The North East is a bit special about traditional food. Singing Hinnies, pease pudding (Northumberland hummus), the best kippers in the world and since WW2, there's Parma, an Italian/American/Middlesbrough fusion food.

About food from the south, I don't know much since I've not really been there much apart from London. A friend from Kent says there are local specialties where he's from.

What about the South West? Is there anything there that you don't see elsewhere?
jon357 74 | 22,054
1 Apr 2024 #312
Parmo, not Parma (autocorrect).

Nice but not kind to anyone's waistline or cholesterol levels.
pawian 224 | 24,456
1 Apr 2024 #313
Eaten many, have you?

Nop, none. But I have read many comments on tasteless tomatoes available in Britain. Ha!!!

they also have as much sugar

Excellent! Polish Hawai Pizza needs that flavour a lot!

Polish ketchup is horrible

It is obvious you don`t know what you are saying now. Your taste buds have been destroyed by decades of devouring junk food in the US. You have no idea what good tasty food means after tons of burgers and hot dogs made from crappy stuff with 10% meat content and 90% various artificial additives and preservatives. Ha!!!! hahahaha

I ever ate in my life was in Poland.

You have never been here, stop daydreaming. A trip to Europe is too expensive for you. hahahaha
jon357 74 | 22,054
1 Apr 2024 #314
tasteless tomatoes

There are some very very nice ones there, for those who like those things. Perhaps all these 'comments' are from people who buy at supermarkets which have rubbish tomatoes in Poland as well.

That or people originally from villages who have a genetic need to touch soil and probably grow their own.
pawian 224 | 24,456
1 Apr 2024 #315
'comments' are from people who buy at supermarkets which have rubbish tomatoes

Coz 90% Brits buy tasteless tomatoes in supermarkets. :):):)
jon357 74 | 22,054
1 Apr 2024 #316
90% Brits

And 99% of Poles.
pawian 224 | 24,456
1 Apr 2024 #317
99% of Poles.

Actually, not. Now you dropped a brick. :):):) Open air markets with fresh produce grown locally are much more popular in Poland than in Britain.
jon357 74 | 22,054
1 Apr 2024 #318
Open air markets

They just get it from the wholesalers like any shop.

I know people who have street stalls selling fruit and veg. Everything from tomatoes to potatoes comes from the wholesalers.

I've been at the wholesalers at 5am watching them buying it. From big sacks that say 'Produce of the Netherlands' on.

much more popular in Poland than in Britain.

Or less popular.

Pretty well every town in the north, small or large, has an open air and a covered market, some of them huge, many open for 800 years. The difference there is that the produce really does come from local farms.
pawian 224 | 24,456
1 Apr 2024 #319
They just get it from the wholesalers like any shop.

Also. But some part of it is local production by farmers or even amateur ROD growers.

I know people who have street stalls selling fruit and veg

But you can`t know all stall sellers and owners, can you????? :):):)
jon357 74 | 22,054
1 Apr 2024 #320
But some part of it

Or none. Despite the tax free thing

Why do it a harder way?

But you can`t know all stall sellers

A thousand vans is a good enough sample.
pawian 224 | 24,456
1 Apr 2024 #321
A thousand vans is a good enough sample.

Do you live next to a market we are talking about?? Ooops. :):):)
jon357 74 | 22,054
1 Apr 2024 #322
The wholesale market? The main ones on the edge of town.
Miloslaw 19 | 4,953
1 Apr 2024 #323
Pretty well every town in the north, small or large, has an open air and a covered market, some of them huge, many open for 800 years.

Pawian is a completely biased and narrow minded bigot who struggles with comprehending reality.
Feniks - | 148
2 Apr 2024 #324
What about the South West?

I don't really think we have anything that traditional here other than Cheddar cheese, Thatchers Cider and Cornish pasties. No particular dishes I can think of.

I haven't been to the north of England ( other than to climb Snowdon ) since I was a kid. My mother was from the north west and we used to visit my grandmother who still lived there. She always used to make Parkin, which I haven't had since. I don't know if it's a northern thing but she used to give us glasses of sterilised milk, which I loved. I always remember wondering why the milk at home didn't taste the same. I've only had it a couple of times since.

Parmo,

That definitely sounds like something I would try.

I have been wanting to visit Yorkshire for some time now. I think I would love the Dales and moors. I quite like remote areas that others might find bleak. Everyone seems to go for Whitby and York but I think they might be a bit touristy. It would also give me the chance to try out the Barnsley chop! The Peak District also appeals.

Open air markets with fresh produce grown locally are much more popular in Poland

We have them here though. I buy my eggs from a local farmer and not far away from me you can buy locally produced cheese, fruit and veg. In my town we have a farmer's market and the local villages near here have them too.
rozumiemnic 8 | 3,862
2 Apr 2024 #325
Mount Snowdon is in Wales. Just saying.
Feniks - | 148
2 Apr 2024 #326
Oops, course it is. To me, it's still up north though.
pawian 224 | 24,456
2 Apr 2024 #327
In my town we have a farmer's market and the local villages near here have them too.

Good to know. So jon wasn`t daydreaming, as usual??? Amasing! :):):)
jon357 74 | 22,054
2 Apr 2024 #328
jon

Is always right.

Everyone seems to go for Whitby and York but I think they might be a bit touristy

They are, especially York, however both are nice. Each makes a nice day trip or overnight if you're visiting the north York moors.

The Peak District

Even nicer but tourist central since it's surrounded by conurbations.
pawian 224 | 24,456
2 Apr 2024 #329
right

You can`t coz you aren`t a Polish teacher. Ha! hahahaha


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