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There are certain things you probably know about Polish cuisine. Our guess is that the first one would be that, to put it mildly, it’s definitely hearty…
But the sorts of food we consume, and the ways we prepare and eat them can tell you many things about the history of our country and us Poles.
When you ask a random Polish person what the most traditional Polish meal is and where to try it, the most common answer would be: pierogi (dumplings) in
a bar mleczny (lit. milk bar). But, well, Polish cuisine is much more than that.
Take a chance to soak up the history of Polish food and eating habits. Amaze your Polish friends with the knowledge and tastes you’ll discover. We’d
like to know: how much do they actually know about the traditions known to their grandparents and great-grandparents? We will take you back to the roots of Polish cuisine, which, like Polish history, are very diverse and complex.
Try some of the best soups, sour pickles straight from a wooden barrel; learn why the most popular pierogi are called Russian pierogi and why good bigos (hunter’s stew) needs to wait for a week or more before you eat it. And don’t worry: the sweet part of the tour awaits you too!
Is your mouth watering yet? Do you need more teasers? We believe these are rhetorical questions…