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Walentynki, Walentynki! Posted by on Feb 13, 2018

Tomorrow is Valentine’s Day! It is a time of love, beautiful words, flowers and chocolate! Every year, countless couples across the world celebrate the day with their loved ones. In Poland people indulge in romantic dates, shower each other with roses, chocolate or various heart-shaped gifts, and exchange confessions of love (usually written in poems on a…

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Poland goes nuts for doughnuts! Posted by on Feb 8, 2018

Fat Thursday marks the last Thursday before the start of the Lent. This last Thursday, prior to Ash Wednesday and the beginning of Lent, is one of the most important holidays, and it mainly revolves around eating as many doughnuts as possible, all in the name of good luck!!! Doughnuts are considered to bring people happiness…

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Is sour cream number one salad dressing in Poland? Posted by on Feb 7, 2018

Sour cream (śmietana) always has been number one dressing on a salad at my childhood home. Not only on the salad, but my mother used it a lot in the kitchen with other dishes. Śmietana was on pierogi, naleśniki, potatoes, in the soups, sauces, in cakes and other desserts! Everything is better with sour cream…

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Going grocery shopping in Poland Posted by on Jan 31, 2018

I love Polish food! My husband loves Polish food! Who doesn’t love Polish food? Shopping at the Polish supermarket can be confusing…or not? Don’t fear!  Let’s take a look at the vocabulary and some phrases that will help you get food at the polish grocery store! could you tell me where the … is? – czy może…

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Making plans for a night out in Polish Posted by on Jan 30, 2018

Going out is so much fun! Going out for dinner, to the movies, spending an evening ice skating! So much to do! But what if your Polish friends don’t speak English and you have to make your plans in Polish? Or you just want to impress them and plan the whole evening using your amazing…

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