Polish cooking, culture-Kolachi This looks so good!
Lemon Crepes with Raspberry Sauce
Lemon Crepes with Raspberry Sauce - Sweet, warm raspberry sauce over fluffy, citrusy crepes - romantic Valentine's Day breakfast!
Translation "Poland these chair are here since 1939 took place at the wedding here, interrupted by the outbreak of war. Every year, people paint the red chairs - in memory of those events"
Wigilia is a meatless meal because, years ago, Catholics fasted for the 4wks of Advent, incld Christmas Eve. There are twelve main dishes (representing the Apostles). The foods are to represent the four corners of the earth -- mushrooms from the forest, grain from the fields, fruit from the orchards, and fish from the lakes and sea. Meals vary from family to family but usually include a special soup followed by many elegant fish preparations, vegetables, and pierogi.
Polish costume - Lowicz
Asparagus and Arugula Pasta Salad
Asparagus & Arugula Pasta Salad -- easy to make, delicious, and perfect for spring! | gimmesomeoven.com
Omg craving the Polish food. Borscht with homemade "ear" pasta.
Polish Coffee Cake
Vous connaissez citron caviar?....Un citron
Finger Lime - citron "caviar"..Australian.
Some of Polish mushrooms
Blog de cuisine créative, recettes / popotte de Manue
salted butter caramel cookies
Kolachki's - Recipe from my home town! A taste of heaven at the holidays!!
pains au chocolat.
In Poland, vodka (from voda, water) has been produced since the eighth century although the first mention of the word stems from 1405 in the minutes of the Court Registry of Sandomierz. In 1534 there was the first treatise on the distilling of vodka by Stefan Falimirz who writes on the distilling of vodka which, as he asserts, was useful to increase fertility and awaken lust.