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This Szarlotka recipe combines a thick layer of apples with a dense, cake-like crust and a crumble topping, to create a Polish apple pie that is sure to be a fall favorite. | www.CuriousCuisiniere.com

Szarlotka (Polish Apple Pie)

This Szarlotka recipe combines a thick layer of apples with a dense, cake-like crust and a crumble topping, to create a Polish apple pie that is sure to be a fall favorite.

In case if you haven't heard of these great inventors/ innovators.  All Polish, all raised and educated in Poland!

Just some of the work of the great Polish inventors and their contribution to world's technological development *Jacek Karpiński was born in Torino, Italy, but was Polish

Christmas in Poland,Polish Christmas Superstitions  Polish women begin early in the season to clean the house from top to bottom. The curtains, the bed linens, the rugs, the whole house must be clean for Christmas, because if it is not clean, they believe the house will remain dirty the entire year following. http://paradisepraises.com/christmas-in-poland/

Christmas in Poland

Christmas in Poland,Polish Christmas Superstitions Polish women begin early in…

Polish Christmas Traditions - How Poles Celebrate Christmas

How Poles Celebrate Christmas (Recipes Included)

Christmas Eve we always started our dinner with The Christmas Wafer. Polish Christmas Traditions - How Poles Celebrate Christmas

Poland, Polish culture, Polish food

The government of the People's Republic of Poland holds formal talks with representatives of Solidarity movement for the first time since

How Poles Celebrate Christmas (Recipes Included): Wigilia or The Star Supper on Christmas Eve in Poland

How Poles Celebrate Christmas (Recipes Included)

Polish Christmas Customs, Traditions and Recipes: Wigilia or The Star Supper - Christmas Eve in Poland

A traditional Polish street food that involves slowly sautéed mushrooms smothered with mild cheese and topped with spicy ketchup. A classic zapiekanka.

A traditional Polish street food that involves slowly sautéed mushrooms smothered with mild cheese and topped with spicy ketchup. A classic zapiekanka.

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