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What a typical Polish family eats. How do they prepare food and who cooks at home?


AMANDAXX81 1 | 9
6 Oct 2013 #31
It stops to be such when boiled. :):):) That is why I leave it - no point eating worthless stuff

When cooking any vegetables you should only bring to the boil and then simmer gently....much healthier when steamed all the goodness locks in :-)
birkof 3 | 1
4 Aug 2015 #32
Merged: The interesting informations and facts about culinary culture in Poland?

Hello everyone,
I like Polish cuisine and I want to know more about that. Can you please share with me what are the interesting facts about Polish food culture?

(For example I heard that you are eating one snack that doesnt make u drunk while you are drinking. (At least people thinks like that)

I am looking for this kind of stories.

Thanks in advance
Lyzko 31 | 7,800
4 Aug 2015 #33
Well, my personal favorites for real stick-to-your ribs home cookin' consist of żurek (sliced sausage soup in a thick mixture), bigos ("Hunter's Cabbage", spiced with black pepper and filled with cooked Polish kiełbasa aka Polish pork sausage) along with placki ziemnaczne, potato pancakes to you, all washed down with some nice Warta (mocna) or "Warta Strong" for a nice refreshing taste!

Then, settle back to a coffee and a healthy slice of jabłeczna (apple cake), and you're set for the rest of the day:-))

By the by, birkhof, are you a German speaker perchance?
Polonius3 1,000 | 12,446
7 Aug 2015 #34
Are you planning to start up a restaurant, take-away, grocery shop, café, fast-food joint or what?
sami4
30 Mar 2018 #35
I just got back from a 6 day break in krakow.
We found the meals extremely strange. We went into a restaurant and I ordered the garlic chicken. My hubby Ordered the turkey steaks.....
I got three pieces of chicken breast that was cold similar to KFC. Then a large loaded spoon of a cold garlic flavoured mayo. ( that was it ) she then saw me looking at what else they had. So said to me "potato" yes I replied and was given to ice cream scoop sized mash potatoe which she then sprinkled with dill. That was the whole meal. No veg at all. My hubbys meal was two slices of turkey in a water based sauce and two scoops of mash with dill.

I'd love to know how the poles stay so healthy with out veg ?

Breakfast was always a bagel and lunch was a thick pancake with meat and lots of fat.

Luckily on Wednesday night we found a soup stall ..... I had garlic soup. Which was delicious... it was literally garlic and water boiled.
Although this recipe I will be making.
kaprys 3 | 2,501
30 Mar 2018 #36
Why didn't you order veggies then?
Yeah, we do eat vegetables here.
jon357 67 | 17,530
1 Apr 2018 #37
My hubbys meal was two slices of turkey in a water based sauce and two scoops of mash with dill.

Doesn't sound like a very good restaurant. What was it called?


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