Poland - it's the new Provence of food

Poland - it's the new Provence of food

There are 55 comments on the The Guardian story from Feb 16, 2013, titled Poland - it's the new Provence of food. In it, The Guardian reports that:

Britain's Polish delis offer expats a processed hit of nostalgia. But they're also a gateway to an undiscovered cuisine When I heard that Polish is now England's second most widely spoken language , I had a Proustian moment.

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Annie

London, UK

#41 Feb 18, 2013
Pro Ukraine wrote:
<quoted text>There are some simiarities between Ukrainian/Polish/Russian food, you Magyars being Asian though have a different cuisine.
There are similarities spanning the whole Baltic area. Germany also has shared dishes. It's latin & Balkan countries that have completely different cuisine. Hungary is an oddity, but apparently that's because it originated from nomads.

Since: Sep 12

In your mind.

#42 Feb 18, 2013
Annie wrote:
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Yes it was just a list of horse ghoulish variations and dumplings.
I don't eat fast food. Brit cuisine has never pretended to be anything special.
No it wasnt...
Annie

London, UK

#43 Feb 18, 2013
Yep horse ghoulish cooked over a cauldron and potato dumplings with lots of and lots of paprikash.
Annie

London, UK

#44 Feb 18, 2013
you even have ghoulish soup... can't get enough of the stuff it seems.

Since: Sep 12

In your mind.

#45 Feb 18, 2013
How the hell is it all a variation of the same thing?

Don't worry, you Western European women know little about food, bet you can't even cook, most of you can't, just buy pre made food, shove in in the microwave and there, you are done.

Or maybe buy "haute cuisine" from Ikea LOL

“Dimitri at the races in Russia”

Since: Jan 10

Location hidden

#46 Feb 18, 2013
Most Magayrs copied Slovak cuisine too.

“Dimitri at the races in Russia”

Since: Jan 10

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#47 Feb 18, 2013
Magayrs brought nothing but Mongolian donkeys with them.
Most likely, they started cooking their lardy goulashes out of those donkeys.

Since: Sep 12

In your mind.

#48 Feb 18, 2013
Pesky army wrote:
Most Magayrs copied Slovak cuisine too.
There is no slovak cuisine, as there is no Slovak history, slovak culture, or slovak people lol
Small Town America UGX

Mays Landing, NJ

#50 Feb 18, 2013
TheRealMagyar wrote:
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Yes its true, we did bring asian cuisine and spices with us too, as well as the Grey Cattle.
You fascist idiots also brought your version of sea food,too.

Little. tiny crabs that infest your genitials. And lice you call rice, a chief food staple of Magyar fascists. haha.
Anonymous

Brewster, NY

#51 Feb 18, 2013
Small Town America UGX wrote:
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You fascist idiots also brought your version of sea food,too.
Little. tiny crabs that infest your genitials. And lice you call rice, a chief food staple of Magyar fascists. haha.
Your filthy German Nazis killed over 1 million Americans in 2 world wars.

Including my Polish great uncle Fred Halka.

You Germans are slimey disgusting looting, shooting ape shit scum of the Earth.
Small Town America UGX

Mays Landing, NJ

#52 Feb 18, 2013
Annie wrote:
Yep horse ghoulish cooked over a cauldron and potato dumplings with lots of and lots of paprikash.
Haha! You have gotten a few right hooks on top of his thick head, and still he did not feel them.
Believe me, I never would eat Hungarian Ghoulish. It is so creepy.

Since: Sep 12

In your mind.

#53 Feb 18, 2013
We all know you prefer to eat burgers bought from a homeless mexican on the street, 10 for one dollar. Ever wonder what's in them?

Since: Sep 12

In your mind.

#54 Feb 18, 2013
Hick Towns breakfast,all of it:
http://linkoroo.com/images/content/images/Don...

Donut burger, some say its about 100 000 calories, but as Hick Towns motto goes, "There ain't no such thing as too many burgers"
Anonymous

Brewster, NY

#55 Feb 18, 2013
TheRealMagyar wrote:
Hick Towns breakfast,all of it:
http://linkoroo.com/images/content/images/Don...
Donut burger, some say its about 100 000 calories, but as Hick Towns motto goes, "There ain't no such thing as too many burgers"
LOL!!!@ Donut burger!

Since: Sep 12

In your mind.

#56 Feb 18, 2013
Small Town America UGX wrote:
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You fascist idiots also brought your version of sea food,too.
Little. tiny crabs that infest your genitials. And lice you call rice, a chief food staple of Magyar fascists. haha.
I have just returned from the Budapest Concentration camp.
Me and other fascists are experimenting with lost German technology. Making soap and landshades got boring, so we modified it.

Guess what? Today we successfully made a Laptop that steals itself ,from a gypsy, and a wallet from Jewish skin that never runs out of money.

Do you want to buy it?
We also have spare Zyklon B canisters, we evil fascists tried to gas people with it, but we only ended up getting high.:(

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