Thank you. Great stuff on this hub! A good Polish Easter Soup is Zurek. Easter eggs at the National Museum of Ethnography in Warsaw. Families love to do this activity together and honor it as an expression of newness and rebirth in the cycle of life on Earth. A good friend in mid-Michigan taught me how to make this dish, telling me each time that it was Polish. This is borscht without beets. Off to my sister's for dinner today, and no doubt she'll also have some to eat. I will do ir this evening. -- I am happy that what I have shared in this article was good for you. There is also a great Easter Egg Soup recipe to use up the extra eggs in a practical and delicious way. Never knew why so this explains alot. Add black pepper to taste, if you like pepper. You introduced me to several things I didn't know, including the Wet Monday tradition. Pour the cabbage mixture over the noodles in the frying pan and return the pan to medium heat and stir to heat throughout. This is done before sitting down to the table. I really enjoyed seeing it in print. These baskets were filled with the beautiful, hand-decorated pysanky, fresh beets, butter, horseradish, breads, babkas that were already baked, Polish Easter cheese, other vegetables, hams, lamb meat, fowl, veal, salt and other spices and herbs, and Polish sausage. Since you can’t slice fresh into 1/2 in slices it must be more like smoked sausage. Yes! wordsimmaculate from delhi on April 10, 2009: Patty Inglish MS (author) from USA and Asgardia, the First Space Nation on April 10, 2009: Happy Easter and a blessed Resurrection Day to you all. Was/is that something that Poles in Buffalo and "po Poludnju" (roughly, Buffalo, its suburbs and environs, and the Canadian side, Niagara peninsula, towards and into Toronto), celebrate on Easter Monday? Understanding Polish took 3 years of University Russian, but that's another story.... http://www.forgottenbuffalo.com/forgottenbuffalome... http://www.forgottenbuffalo.com/forgottenbuffaloso... Patty Inglish MS (author) from USA and Asgardia, the First Space Nation on April 04, 2010: Thanks a million for the help with the recipe, Dominion Lad. I'd like to see a good recipe for Polish Easter Soup... Patty Inglish MS (author) from USA and Asgardia, the First Space Nation on April 12, 2009: Thanks Laringo. That's how I remember Matt Korponty would introduce Radio Polonia. Sprinkle the slices with salt in a bowl and set aside to stand for 10 minutes in order to extract some of the liquid from the vegetable. Radio programs can enrich our lives, for sure. My friend always has those things on Easter as well. Isn't it too traditional basket? Now I have to go find something to eat - my stomach is growling from reading these recipes! In a pot, place garlic and onions and stir over medium heat; add the shredded cabbage and continue to stir. As I said, about 50/50. Wash, then peel and slice 2 or 3 of cucumbers rather thinly. Hope you love them! Patty Inglish MS (author) from USA and Asgardia, the First Space Nation on April 05, 2010: Thanks for all that information, Dominion Lad! (My father apparently hated borshcht and bigos, so I didn't get that at home!). Thanks, Patty, for another wonderful and informative hub. Instead, she used mayonnaise and vinegar. You have increased my knowledge about other cultures and done it very well as usual. :). :). Mix the sour cream mixture with the cucumber slices and store in a cool place 30 minutes to meld flavors and serve. In my family there was only one kind of meat - sausage, and no butter. Now that this wonderful hub has made me hungry. After the sharing of the pysanky, the Sunday dinner table is set with the very best that the household has to offer in the way of family heirloom tablecloths, runners, napkins, candlesticks, and other fare. It makes our mothers happy too. Isn't that sad? First in aristocratic houses there was big table with all food for Easter Breakfast, then priest came to bless it. Make the zur starter: In a large bowl, scald the whole wheat flour with the boiling water by pouring in a bit at a time and stirring until you have a THIN dough. Patty Inglish MS (author) from USA and Asgardia, the First Space Nation on February 20, 2017: Vickie - Yes! Douglas F Williams March 31, 2018 Reply. White pepper is sometimes substituted. Just take the farmer's curd (it's like one large cottage cheese curd, for those who've never seen this product) and blend it with the room temperature butter. Think of all the kids who might not get to color an egg, because its not in the budget. When he referenced "po Polodnju" (sp? Patty - keep the cheese and butter at room temperature (easier to spread/pile on the bread). In my church, the Saturday before Easter was a day for nothing special, except for the years in which portions of the congregation and/or staff would hold a 24-hour prayer vigil at the church for Resurrection Day and for the armed service people in Afghanistan and Iraq. Dominion Lad - What a wonderful set of posts! Wonderful, and I will be making similar dishes and I will think of you all at your own special meal. For anyone wanting to know what "Polish Buffalo" used to sound like, I recommend the site "Forgotten Buffalo". You can enlarge this picture for a coloring page. Next, add the crushed garlic clove and potatoes and simmer. They also celebrate with Easter eggs (which are called pysanky in Polish), so they rather combine two aspects of the holiday season without realizing it—Easter (with the pysanky) and the Resurrection. Yummy share of traditions and recipes. Hope you having the best day today! Poland. So - one thing my mother (and Baba), always made/makes for Easter, is a cholesteral-clogging spread of about half farmer's curd cheese and half butter. Cucumbers, Sour Cream, and Dill (Mizeria). It must be a little like baptism—a baptism of fun and joy. Some of my friends of Polish descent shared with me that Easter is the biggest feast day or holiday of the religious calendar in Poland. Patty Inglish MS (author) from USA and Asgardia, the First Space Nation on October 06, 2009: I'll look in my recipe box this weekend and see if I have one. NO CASING, any suggestions? Patty Inglish MS (author) from USA and Asgardia, the First Space Nation on February 21, 2017: Rick, that is a wonderful memory. Bob.Currer@gmail. Hopefully they are "on sale" for Easter :). Do not let it become very thick. Joanna McKenna from Central Oklahoma on March 16, 2009: This all sounds so yummy! Am I the only Canadian who grew up listening to Buffalo Polish radio as a kid? Below I've shared recipes for traditional Polish noodles (haluski); a dish with cucumbers, dill, and sour cream (mizeria); and white borscht (zur), as well as some information on Polish Easter traditions and the symbolism of the Polish Easter basket. I remember my Mom working in the kitchen while she listened to the very staticky transmission. For a nice variation, you can take one pound of Polish sausage, slice it into pieces, and add to the pot with the garlic and onions to heat through before adding the cabbage.
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