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Everything you should know about dyngus day
Everything you should know about dyngus dayHistorically a Polish and Polish-American tradition, Dyngus Day celebrates the end of the often restrictive observance of lent and the joy of Easter. Over the decades, Dyngus Day has become a wonderful holiday to celebrate Polish-American culture, heritage and traditions. How did it start? There are many stories that attempt to explain the origins of the day. moreread more
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Blood sausage (kaszanka, kiszka)
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Although of American origin, potatoes have long been a Polish dietary mainstay; they are also known as ziemniaki (esp. in the Kraków region), grule (in the Tatra Moutnains) and pyrki (in Wielkopolska, the Poznań region). Most often Polish cooks serve potatoes boiled or plain-mashed. more