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When consuming mushrooms is not dangerous: recipes for Fried Parasol Mushroom and Tripe with Cauliflower Mushroom

Parasol mushroom (Polish: kania czubajka) The parasol mushroom (or if you want a more scientific name – Macrolepiota procera) is a fungus with a prominent and large “hat”. It grows…

Autumn cuisine | The history of Thanksgiving Pumpkin Pie and a recipe for Spicy Pumpkin Soup

This week, the aroma of baking pumpkins for pies and soups is drifting out from ovens all across the United States. Pumpkin pies are eagerly anticipated at the end of…

Although Lithuanian, still Polish | History and recipe for the chłodnik litewski aka cold beet soup

Chłodnik litewski is the traditional and refreshing Polish cold soup, which is a delicious promise of relief during the warm days of late spring and summer. This cold beet soup…

The Polish tradition of mushroom picking | A recipe for the Christmas Mushroom Soup

From gentry custom to modern relaxation technique When summer comes to its inevitable end, the Polish start foraging for mushrooms. September, October and November in Poland are filled with various…

Highland robber potato pancake aka placek po zbójnicku | Controversial origin and recipe

Highlander’s style – simple but tasty Life in the mountains is a tough nut to crack, thus to obtain ingredients or spices was not a simple task. Therefore, highlander’s cuisine…

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…

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…

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…

What is gołąbki? Not birds but traditional Polish cabbage rolls: history and recipe

What is gołąbki? Gołąbki is a dish which consists of stuffing covered with white cabbage leaves in the shape of rolls, usually served with tomato sauce, and its name is…