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We had a random drawing of the Polish Texans sweepstakes winners on January 16, 2011 and here they are:
1st Prize: Amanda Ferrell
2nd Prize: Jim Mazurkiewicz
3rd Prize: Joanne Mruczek
Thanks to everyone who entered.
$50.00 Gift Certificate good at Polonia Restaurant in Houston, Texas
Enjoy traditional Polish favorites such as pierogi, schabowy, golonka, paczki and more at the only restaurant in the Houston area serving authentic Polish Cuisine.
Retail value $50.00.
Large Polish Texas Catholic Church Calendar courtesy of Polish Heritage Apparel and Gifts
Beautiful 17" x 22" wall calendar with a different photo of an early Texas Polish Catholic church.for each month.
Retail value $27.50.
Large Polish Texans Calendar courtesy of Polish Heritage Apparel and Gifts
Beautiful 14" x 22" wall calendar with a different photo of one of last years Polish events.for each month.
Retail value $27.50.
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What is your favorite Polish food?
49 thoughts on “Polish Texans Sweepstakes For December 21, 2010”
Duck blood soup
Stuffed Cabbage, no wait… perogi… glumpki…. no perogi LOL
While not my favorite…..Czarnina reminds me of my grandmother. It was always available at the holidays celebrated at her house when I was a kid. All in all, pretty much everything…….honestly, what is not to like? Food is a necessity and we have the privilege of the best of the best “POLISH”!!! ~~ sausage ~~ pierogi ~~ golabki ~~ barszcz ~~ sauerkraut~~you might as well say…..”Jedzcie, pijcie i popuszczajcie pasa” … cause there is just too much to list!!! Na Zdrowie (we can’t forget the drinks ya know!!)
czarnina, golabki, pierogi, domowym makaronem
perogi and gwumpki
czarnina and potato ans cheese pierogi
As a starter: barsz z uszkami (sort of pierogi with mushrooms). A must for Christmas Eve ‘Wigilia’.
Main: schabowy z ziemniakami i kapusta gotowana(pork chops, mash potatoes and cabbage).
Dessert: Easter ‘Mazurek’. Cake made with old style ‘masa kaimakowa’ . But it needs to be done as I mentioned ‘old style’ (not milk from the can heated!!!). It’s something similar to Creme Fraiche, but you have to spend hours preparing it and make sure it does not ‘escape’ from the pot. Along with that you put all sort of nuts, raisins, coconut, almonds…mmmmmm I am hungry now, thanks guys! But at least I got some nice bigos in the fridge:-)
Jedno would be Bigos (Hunters Stew – empty out your refrigerator),
then comes Kielbassa, Golabki, Krokiety, Pierogi, Rosol, & Czarnina.
And lets not forget to wash it down with Piwo!
deciding whether to have pierogi or cabbage rolls…….ah both of course!!! There is one thing I miss since I left Cleveland, Ohio and my dad passed away is Rice Sausage…..anyone heard of this?
Dear Stanja, Rice Sausage;do you have KASZANKA in mind?
look here, is it it? (sorry for the long link)
love cabbage rolls.
Paczki. My grandmother made them everytime we came to visit. She would pinch off homemade dough, fry it and then roll it in sugar. Yummy. I eat a dozen of them every year at St. Mary’s Polish Festival in Brenham. Everything else is second.
placki ziemniaczane and sos grzybowy or sour cream ….
this I call heaven
My favorite entree is Golabki and the most wonderful dessert is Nalesniki, yum yum!
KOWALSKI FRESH KIELBASA WITH BEET HORSERADISH
i ike the old fashioned smoked meats
Sauerkraut Pierogi’s for me.
Kelbasi with Saurkraut
potato pancakes, Golonka, Golabki, and kielbasa.
Perogi for sure
Perogies and apple strudel
Reminders of what my ancestors ate.
Kielbaea and Patato Perogies
Nalesniki…preferably filled with cheese!
Pierogi, gołąbki, golonka, rosół, Czarnina, domowy chleb, kiełbasa polska, kiszka, polskiego pączka, ziemniaki naleśniki i wiele więcej!
Patato paczki and Kielbasa are the best.
I go for the potato pancakes.
Polish fudge…These are “krowki,” candies that come in a yellow and white wrapper with a cow on it. Krowki are very different from regular fudge; more buttery and creamy.
i don’t know i have never tried polish food …so i really need to win the prize so i can tell you
My favorite food was something Momma called “kapusta.” I don’t know if I spelled that right, or if that is even the right name for it. It was shredded, boiled cabbage, blended into boiled, mashed potatoes, to which she added milk, butter, and vinegar. It was so good! Unfortunately, I can’t cook like my Momma.
one more dish “Bigos”
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