Edited by Marie Sokolowski and Irene Jasinski
Illustrated by Stanley Legun
The book contains US measurements.
Much time and effort has been spent in research and study of old Polish cookbooks and in collecting recipes from good Polish cooks in America. First published in United States in 1948, it was the first complete book of Polish cookery in the English language.
There are chapters on Appetizers, Soups, Meats, Poultry and Game, Fish, Vegetables, Mushrooms, Dairy Dishes, Pastries and Desserts. Recipes are included for famous Polish red borsht (barszcz0, for hunter stew (bigos), czarnina, pierogi, crepes (nalesniki), paszteciki… and hundreds of other interesting Polish foods.
It contains brief stories of Polish festivities and customs such as Christmas Eve (Wigilia), Harvest Festival (Dożynki) and others.
The cover design is by the noted Polish Folk Artist Marya Werten. Original illustrations by Stanley Legun give the book a true Polish atmosphere. American housewives interested in new foods with foreign flavor will want this book. Person of Polish background will enjoy and treasure it. The book will make an original and individual gift for any occasion, like Christmas, Birthday, Mother's Day, or as an Appreciation gift.
Original Publisher: Polanie Publishing Company
Current Publishing House & Distributor: Polart Distribution (USA) Inc., 2016
Hardcover book measuring 5.5" x 8.7" x 0.50"
172 pages, illustrations
English Language Version
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