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Top 10 Polish blogs of 2020! Posted by on Jan 19, 2021 in Alcohol, Calendar, Culture, Current News, Holidays, Top 10 of the year

This past year has been full of surprises that no one, not a single one, has ever asked for. There is a lot that 2020 has taught us about ourselves, our relationships, our passions and our values. As we dive into 2021, we think about life in a new way now.

Let’s take a look back at all Polish blog posts from 2020! These 10 got the most of your attention!

Top 10 Blogs of 2020. Image by Gerd Altmann from Pixabay

Number 1 goes to:

What is your favorite Polish beer???

Well, it’s no surprise that sales of the alcohol soared during the pandemic! People in Poland like the traditional vodka, but they also love wine and different types of beer. Take a look and read more:)

Number 2

Let’s have some Polish doughnuts this Fat Thursday!

We not only drank a lot, but ate a lot during lockdown as well! I have to admit myself that my family has indulged in a lot of yummy desserts, we tried making all kinds of different new dinners as well. Poland is famous for delicious doughnuts, especially during Fat Thursday! Read more about this special day celebrated in February.

Number 3

Words of encouragement in Polish

And this is just what we all needed during the pandemic! Words of encouragement is something that can come in handy in any situation:)

Number 4

How is Poland preparing to fight coronavirus?

A lot of people were curious about different ways of preventing the spread of this horrible new virus. These past few months have been very long, but there is hope in the future!

Number 5

Why are decorated Easter eggs called Pisanki in Poland?

We survived Holidays without big gatherings this past year. One of them was Easter. In this blog you will find more information about Polish Easter and the absolutely amazing ways Poles are decorating their Easter eggs!

Number 6

Finally a boy was born in this Polish village after 10 years!

Is there a post pandemic baby boom coming?  Well, this actually happened before the pandemic, but is quite an interesting story. I have written about this Polish village before, so definitely take a look at the blog and read this story.

Number 7

Popular Polish language mistakes and how to fix them!

I think we all learned something new during the pandemic. Maybe it was a skill, like cooking or sewing? Some of us took online courses, or just simply learned how to manage our time at home. If you are looking for one more thing to add to your list, take a look and learn how not to make these common Polish language mistakes:)

Number 8

The edible flower guide in Polish!

If you would like to add a little more beauty to your meals, then you definitely should check this blog out. It will guide you through some edible flowers with their Polish names and different ways to use them in the kitchen.

Number 9

2020 Polish presidential election

One of the very important stories in USA in 2020 was Presidential Election. The same thing happened in Poland and it got a lot of attention! Read this blog to find out more details.

Number 10

Have you ever heard about kisiel, Polish dessert?

Yum! Another great dessert to indulge in! So simple and different! I included couple different recipes in this blog. Have any of you had a chance to test them? Let us know:)

And that’s a wrap! These are 10 blogs with most views. I imagine not everyone has the same interests though…I would love to hear from you about your favorite Polish blog of 2020! Please share it in comments below!

 

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About the Author: Kasia

My name is Kasia Scontsas. I grew near Lublin, Poland and moved to Warsaw to study International Business. I have passion for languages: any languages! Currently I live in New Hampshire. I enjoy skiing, kayaking, biking and paddle boarding. My husband speaks a little Polish, but our daughters are fluent in it! I wanted to make sure that they can communicate with their Polish relatives in our native language. Teaching them Polish since they were born was the best thing I could have given them! I have been writing about learning Polish language and culture for Transparent Language’s Polish Blog since 2010.


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