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traditional breakfasts in Poland


polishgirltx
20 Nov 2008 #31
the peanut butter

ah no no no... i don't like peanut butter and it's way too sweet to me...
but you enjoy it
:)
sledz 23 | 2,250
20 Nov 2008 #32
i don't like peanut butter and it's way too sweet to me...

You should try Peanut butter and jelly with sliced Bananas ....yummy

Its what killed Elvis...lol
polishgirltx
20 Nov 2008 #33
Its what killed Elvis...lol

his last meal on a deathbed?
;)
sledz 23 | 2,250
20 Nov 2008 #34
Dont knock it to you try it....:)
Sasha 2 | 1,083
21 Nov 2008 #35
You should try Peanut butter and jelly with sliced Bananas ....yummy

I first tried it in the US after we climbed with my Polish friend in the mountains. Typically american food, really good to recharge energies. The only problem I don't like peanut butter. Do Poles eat it a lot in Poland?
pawian 176 | 14,823
21 Nov 2008 #36
The only problem I don't like peanut butter. Do Poles eat it a lot in Poland?

It isn`t popular, though it`s available, I buy it from time to time.
osiol 55 | 3,922
21 Nov 2008 #37
Its what killed Elvis

deathbed?

A funny looking bed.

There's a chap at work who eats tonnes and tonnes of food. I don't know about before he arrives at work, but before he starts he has a tin of rice pudding, then at morning break: a load of ham sandwiches and a hard-boiled egg; at lunchtime the same again. I think he has some fruit as well. Then, allegedly, he eats on the way home as well.

He doesn't bring his sandwiches in in a little plastic sandwich bag. This man measures his breakfast by the bale.
dcchris 8 | 432
21 Nov 2008 #38
Its what killed Elvis

elvis ODed on the toilet
shewolf 5 | 1,077
21 Nov 2008 #39
You should try Peanut butter and jelly with sliced Bananas ....yummy

Its what killed Elvis...lol

did he use jelly? I heard it was peanut butter, bananas and sugar. hmm.
Seanus 15 | 19,706
21 Nov 2008 #40
Burgers more like. The Poles love scrambled eggs as pgtx showed. It's cheap, quick and cheerful.
dtaylor 9 | 823
21 Nov 2008 #41
Bread and cheese im told by all my students, such a boring fecking combo.
Seanus 15 | 19,706
21 Nov 2008 #42
Nothing like a Mars Bar and chips, right Davey boy? Book that appointment with your cardiologist well in advance :)
dtaylor 9 | 823
21 Nov 2008 #43
A deep fried mars bar in the morning, that will put balls on your chest :D

And heres another thing, why are Polish women such stubborn *******??
polishgirltx
21 Nov 2008 #44
Bread and cheese im told by all my students, such a boring fecking combo.

make it British style...add some beans and be stinky all day long...
dtaylor 9 | 823
21 Nov 2008 #45
better than adding gouda.....or whatever its called, atleast it has some flavour :)
Seanus 15 | 19,706
21 Nov 2008 #46
And here's another thing etc etc

Dtaylor, I cannot say why as the 500ml's of vodka has worn off, but that cracked me up. I've just sewn up my sides. That was very funny indeed :)

Stubborn, oh really? Even blind people reached that conclusion
plk123 8 | 4,149
21 Nov 2008 #47
breakfast of champions:


Sasha 2 | 1,083
26 Nov 2008 #48
I took a picture :)
Prince 15 | 590
27 Nov 2008 #49
traditional breakfasts in Poland

Polish jam
ShelleyS 14 | 2,893
27 Nov 2008 #50
Jam in Poland is rank - nothing like the chunky fruity stuff you get in England :( personally Im a fruit and fibre with yoghurt kinda person and the English breakfast is not so popular these days which is not surprising considering the amount of fat in it!
Prince 15 | 590
27 Nov 2008 #51
From english cusine we have "Gulasz angielski"

and "Pieczeń po angielsku"

Allspice is called "Ziele angielskie"

ziele angielskie
plk123 8 | 4,149
27 Nov 2008 #52
tost

how's that traditional? and that's not even polish bread... hmm
polishgirltx
27 Nov 2008 #53
you can call it 'pajda chleba z masłem' :)
pawian 176 | 14,823
27 Nov 2008 #54
Jam in Poland is rank - nothing like the chunky fruity stuff you get in England :

When do you get your info from? 10 years ago? :):):)

Today you can get all kinds of jam, with big pieces of fruit too. I buy only such jam.
Lir
27 Nov 2008 #55
Krakus jam is excellent and much better than any English jam I have tasted. It's Polish jam and is exported throughout the world. English jams tend to be a bit too sweet and with lots of sugar in them.

Polish fruit has less chemicals in them too :)

I love Krakus blueberry jam, it's my favourite. I love Polish blueberies :)

I was brought up on Polish jams and I think we all acquire our taste from our upbringing perhaps ?
Wroclaw 44 | 5,385
27 Nov 2008 #56
I'm not a jam person. But there are one or two good ones. Generally I think that the choice is rather limited.

Still waiting for real marmalade to make an appearance on the Polish market.
Lir
27 Nov 2008 #57
real marmalade

I never tasted marmalade till I started work and went on a course and at the hotel we stayed at, they had marmalade on the breakfast table <true>

I used to like lemon marmalade but haven't eaten any for ages cos I no longer eat bread and can't think what else you would eat it on apart from toast ?
Wroclaw 44 | 5,385
27 Nov 2008 #58
I no longer eat bread and can't think what else you would eat it on apart from toast ?

Try a spoonful on a digestive biscuit.

Edit: Maybe in some sort of cake. (cheesecake)
Lir
27 Nov 2008 #59
a digestive biscuit.

I don't eat biscuits :(

I don't have any gluten products and hate the alternatives available. So marmalade etc passes me by.

But it's an interesting suggestion for anyone else to try :)

:)
Seanus 15 | 19,706
27 Nov 2008 #60
One pickle, one vodka, one piece of bread


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