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Owning a house in true countryside of Poland - stories


OP pawian 190 | 19,211
4 Aug 2022 #302
Little Prince sky watching again:





OP pawian 190 | 19,211
5 Aug 2022 #303
Cooking in the Polish countryside - dishes are simple but tasty. And fattening coz we need a lot of calories for hard work. In the summer we use our own products except meat and poultry.

Stuffed zuchini - minced meat mixed with rice, topped with cheese.





OP pawian 190 | 19,211
5 Aug 2022 #304
Stuffed zuchini - minced meat mixed with rice, topped with cheese.

Another version - shredded roast chicken, with mushrooms, canned corn, red beans and minced chickpea. Yummy.



Alien 11 | 1,652
6 Aug 2022 #305
Sorry my friend but zuchini is not for me.
OP pawian 190 | 19,211
6 Aug 2022 #306
zuchini is not for me.

Ok, choose sth from the following:

Casserole dish - potato, sausage, mushroom

or

fried pork chop





Alien 11 | 1,652
6 Aug 2022 #307
For such food it is worth coming to Poland.
OP pawian 190 | 19,211
6 Aug 2022 #308
For such food

hmm, if you like it, you can have more:

Meat pierogis in thick fat with crunchy pieces of fried lard called skwarki

or

pork gulash in mushroom sauce over curly pasta

Green salad for side dish and beer included





Alien 11 | 1,652
6 Aug 2022 #309
Have you thought about opening a restaurant/eatery with homemade food.
OP pawian 190 | 19,211
6 Aug 2022 #310
No, never. I am a parent and teacher, as johhny says.

One more: the healthiest of all - fried fish ( flounder)
and smoked roasted chicken.







OP pawian 190 | 19,211
6 Aug 2022 #311
I doubt that a hedgehog would eat a mole.

Look. One stuffed complacent satisfied hedgehog. I think I will adopt it as our new garden pet.



OP pawian 190 | 19,211
7 Aug 2022 #312
Do you know what forecrop and aftercrop mean???
Here: this little patch had fava beans as forecrop. I picked it in mid July and then cultivated the ground for the aftercrop - aragula, black and white radish, lettuce.

What happened to fava beans, one of my most fave pulses? We ate a litte but most I put in the freezer for future occassions. I get a taste for fava beans a few times a year.







jon357 71 | 20,403
9 Aug 2022 #313
fava beans

Broad beans?

Delicious. One of my favourite veg.

I like the way bobby beans (bób) are eaten in Poland.
OP pawian 190 | 19,211
9 Aug 2022 #314
I like the way bobby beans (bób) are eaten in Poland.

Boiled in salted water and served on a plate??
I sometimes even eat skins coz they are good for you. :):)

Little Prince sky watching again:

The wolfie sun tonight: Not full, you can see it is waxing gibbous a bit:





jon357 71 | 20,403
9 Aug 2022 #315
Yes.

I eat the skins too. The varieties traditionally grown in the UK have different, softer skins and are usually served with meat. I quite like the Polish way of boiling a lot up and munching them all one by one.
OP pawian 190 | 19,211
13 Aug 2022 #316
Cooking in the Polish countryside

Fish nuggets, kasha, green beans, pickled cucumber:
Simplistic sushi - I always prepare this kind as the least time consuming. Content: smoked salmon and winter sprats
Artichoke, corn on the cob and pizza edge scraps which my children usually reject
Zucchini pancakes with mushrooms, my wife`s culinary art









OP pawian 190 | 19,211
14 Aug 2022 #317
Cooking in the Polish countryside

1
Fried chicken liver and you know the rest.

2
Pork in veg gravy

3,4
Awfully carcinogenic meat









OP pawian 190 | 19,211
14 Aug 2022 #318
In another thread I said I need to impress my wife with other things than my hair which is almost gone. So, recently I hammered a large strip of tough concrete into pieces. The strip was about 2 metres long, 0.7 m wide and 18 centimeters thick. It was dug in the ground next to the house, probably the previous owners were thinking of building an extension of some kind. Its presence there had always annoyed me coz the grass didn`t grow well over it. I broke it with a medium size hammer coz I had lent my pickaxe to a friend and it didn`t return yet. My wife seeing such a stunt was overwhelmed with awe and respect. :):):) Now she will do anything for me. :):):)







Paulina 13 | 3,573
14 Aug 2022 #319
@pawian, you've just confirmed PiwuskiFan's observation that Polish women like strong men ;D
OP pawian 190 | 19,211
14 Aug 2022 #320
Polish women like strong men

:):):):)
Well, in my case, she probably preferred even stronger intellect and my extensive knowledge. :):)
Alien 11 | 1,652
15 Aug 2022 #321
Admit it, your wife always stumbled over this concrete.
OP pawian 190 | 19,211
2 days ago #322
she probably preferred even stronger intellect and my extensive knowledge.

My knowledge concerning sex mainly - I studied such books as the Encyclopeadia of Sex at about 12. And I read everything by Starowicz, Wisłocka, Imieliński, Van der Velde etc. My wife was immensely impressed how I put that knowledge in practice. hahahahahahaha buhahahahaha

your wife always stumbled

Impossible. As I said, it was dug in the ground, with about 10 centimeters of soil over it, so the grass dried out in the spot in hot weather and I was pissed off seeing such a strip of barren land in the lawn behind the house.

Cooking cont.
Just green beans, mizeria cucumber salad and fried salmon for a kid who doesn`t like potatoes or kasha or rice. My poor wife has a big problem with it coz practically everybody likes different things. Luckily, I usually cook for myself so one burden off her shoulder. :):):)



Alien 11 | 1,652
2 days ago #323
@pawian ; My knowledge concerning sex.....
Pawian, what are you actually teaching these children?
OP pawian 190 | 19,211
2 days ago #324
Alien, relax and stop imagining too much. :):):)
Here, cool down with this sunset:





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