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Is it possible to make kebab at home? Recipes for homemade kebab (chicken and beef version)

There are many foods which you can eat and look forward to eating again. One of them is Kebab. Originally, it is meat made in skewers, but there are plenty…

Not only vampires drink blood: everything to know about Czernina, a bloody Polish soup

In a ranking of foods that divide the Polish nation, czernina would almost certainly hold a high place. Loved in such regions as Greater Poland, Pomerania, and Kuyavia, in many…

The quintessence of Polish cuisine: pierogi | History and recipe

If you’ve ever heard anything about Polish cuisine you must have heard about pierogi. No matter whether pierogi’s traditional origin comes from another corner of the world, it is unquestionably…

Bigos, everything about the iconic Polish cabbage stew | History and preparation

In Poland, winter is slowly approaching. The days are getting shorter and the nights longer. When the temperatures fall under 0 degrees, all one can think of is a warm…

Polish proziaki: history and an easy recipe for these savory buns

What are proziaki? Proziaki are traditional Polish buns, which you can also find under the name soda bread or flour-based rolls. In order to make them, baking soda (Polish: soda…

The king of Polish cheese from Tatra mountains: oscypek | History and production

Polish shepherds from the Tatra mountains have a reputation of producing one of the best Polish delicacies, called oscypek. Many Polish tourists cannot imagine a travel to the mountains without…

Pączki, the Polish spin on doughnuts: how to make them? | History and recipe

Pączki – around 60 grams of round yeast dough filled to the brim with whatever you can imagine: rose or fruit marmalade, custard, chocolate, and sometimes even quark. The top…

Polish patent for independence: rogale świętomarcińskie | Signification and recipe

For many Polish people, the 11th of November is just a day off. Some see it as a day with a possibility of sleeping longer and spending the day in…

Żurek: one of the oldest Polish soups | History and recipe

If one were to believe historical sources, two of the oldest Polish soups that can to this day be found on the tables all across this country are żur and…

Meze, what does it mean? The origin of the word and the difference between countries

To begin with, you go to the restaurant and need only something to drink. But you crave a little dish such as tapas, to accompany your beer. In Greece, the…