Goodness me, you're in a bit of a lather today Ziemuś.
she has never cooked anything yet
Years ago, when I was teaching (I feel an anecdote coming on..........) there was a sort of discount book supplier who used to come to the school a few times a year with a selection of lovely books, mostly aimed at the children, but with a few targeted towards the staff as well. Anyway on one occasion, both myself and another teacher bought a giant book of potato recipes, yes that's right, they were all based on spuds, only a fiver, who could resist. Now as you know, we Irish do love our spuds, so you'd think this would be bound to get some use in an Irish household. Well at the end of the school year, I asked my colleague 'Did you ever make anything out of that book?' 'No' said she. 'Did you?' 'No'. Whereupon we both errupted into shrieks of mirth. Naturally we still went on buying cookery books, and I have actually made some recipes from them, but that particular one ended up in the charity shop.
Yes, you could well be right there about the accents. Poles do seem to have a bit of a fatal attraction to all things French. Mr Atch detests poor old Pascal Brodnicki, he loves Prof Miodek though. He is indeed a bit of a national treasure. I hope he's truly appreciated.