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December 11 2008 Polish Culture Newsletter
Hello to everybody!
This time I am writing to you from beautiful Prague. The city enchants me each time that I visit it. And to be honest, I feel here a little bit like at home. Narrow streets, Christmas Market, language similar to Polish... it does not differ that much from my hometown, Krakow.
I know that a recipe was also the topic of my last article. But since Christmas time is coming, I bet that many of you wonder what to cook to bring Polish ambience into your homes. Although bigos is not a traditional dish for Wigilia, many cook it for the days following after Christmas Eve. Apart from this bigos is one of the most popular Polish meals that you can find in most of the restaurants in the country. I hope many of you will check the recipe out! Have fun cooking!
This popular dish is one of the most popular meals of Polish cuisine. Although its basic ingredients are white cabbage, sauerkraut and meat, one may enrich its taste with various additions. Tastes even better when reheated.
Read more about Poland and its traditions at polishculture.bellaonline.com
I warmly invite you to contribute to our Polish Culture Forum by taking part in discussions that are taking place there.
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I send you all the warmest greetings!
Barbara Swiech, Polish Culture Editor
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