I think that came to Poland from Turkey.
I thought about this too.
Btw, yehudi, is challah eaten only on Sabbath and holidays or also as daily bread?
cebularz - [tse-boo-lahsh] m. tart or pie topped with onion;
Funny, I've never heard of cebularz although my voivodeship is next to lubelskie!
The only thing that comes to my mind as looking similar to cebularz is "bułka z pieczarkami" sold in "Pod Telegrafem": podtelegrafem.pl/pl/wyroby/garmazeria/przekaski/
It's a bread roll with champignons, onion and cheese.
But I doubt it's anything regional.
Halva is popular all over Eastern Europe
Yes, I know they have it in Russia!
Btw, is it known in the West?
Peace? We don`t need any peace bringing. We are peaceful people. :"):):):)
If you say so :))))
I bought a big lump of chałwa last week and today I am looking at it and it has become so tiny!! :):):)
My mum has a similar problem, so she buys it rarely :)) I, on the other hand, will eat a few bites and it's enough for me ;) It has an intense, peculiar bitter-sweet taste :)
I've just learnt that Morozowski is Jewish!
And Marcin Meller, Bronisław Wildstein. Also Kazimiera Szczuka has Jewish roots. (I didn't know about Meller and Szczuka, I just googled them a minute ago ;)).
Would you also describe them as Poles?
No, jon357, we would describe them as Martians ;D
Would you ask the same question about Piotr Gąsowski, Michał Figurski (Russian roots), Grzegorz Miecugow (Armenian-Georgian roots) or Robert Makłowicz (Armenian-Ukrainian-Hungarian-Austrian roots lol)?
A dish we owe to Jews is "karp po żydowsku" (gefilte fish):