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Polish Hot Beer for the Holidays

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Once again we find another season upon us.  The leaves have fallen, the weather has become colder.  Yes it's that time again.  I mean, time for Polish Hot beer.  During this time of the year, we like to take our web site on the road.  That is, to visit certain shows.  Every time we do this, we like to offer a little bit of Polish cuisine or tradition.  One time we gave out Polish Liquor candy (very yummy) as a reward to people that found the pickle ornament in the tree.  One show we made some polish Kanapki, which was...

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Kasia's Photo Story

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Greetings once again to all! When we started on this little venture of ours, we laid out a pretty detailed plan. However business has it’s ways of interfering with the plans you think you have made. Delving into the world of Internet marketing is one of those things. It’s easy to be fooled when you go into that cesspool by those who with fancy words (hummingbird) and big talk, can steer you in a completely wrong direction and make you worse off than when you started. Yep, that happened to me in a big way. However, I feel that I...

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Cooking with Polish Pottery? How dare we!

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Greetings to my Friends, Clients and Family (many of which are all three! Time to talk about cooking...  Not just any cooking but “Ipolian” cooking.  I love to cook and create my treasured recipes that I grew up with in Poland.  My husband Thomas is of Italian descent and so has his share of family Italian recipes.  I help him with his and he thinks he is helping with mine. (I bet many ladies can relate ;-)   Often we create in large batches and do some canning and freezing etc… I’ll use the example of Thomas’s homemade Ravioli recipe....

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The Rocky Balboa of Dinnerware

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Yes, it's that tough!This weekend found me and Thomas creating a special dinner for some special friends. It was nice to have company to warm our spirits when it was well below zero outside. Our Friends are from Poland as well and we share many of the same tastes from the culture where we hailed from. Up for discussion was that Polish Pottery that I was serving on. Our friends too use the Pottery from that famous Polish town of Bolesławiec. My friend and I commented on how perfect the pottery looked after more than 15 years of use and...

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