Polish flat bread with onion, corn, flax-seed meal and fresh herbs / tzw Cebularz Lubelski

While this dish is very popular in Poland and you can find it in almost every single bakery I had no idea that it comes from Jewish culture and it is actually called "Cebularz Lubelski" after one part of Poland where it suppose to originated from. "Cebularz" means something with onion... and in this case... Continue Reading →

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Marzipan and blueberries whole wheat pancakes with flax-seed meal

  Back in the days my husband and I used to eat at iHop a lot. Almost every Saturday or Sunday we would go there for a breakfast and I would have a huge stack of pancakes, always a different flavor or whatever new they were having that time.  One day while I was pregnant... Continue Reading →

Bread Machine Challah (Chałka)

Challah is a traditional jewish braided bread made on jewish holidays and Sabbath. In Poland, challah is very popular and it can be bought in any bakery. Though, this baked goodie has no religion meaning. Many people don't even know that this bread comes from jewish culture. As a small kid I remember my mom... Continue Reading →

Homemade Marzipan (Marcepan domowe roboty)

First of all today is my turn for a post to World Moms Blog. Please stop by the blog and join the discussion about breast-feeding in public. As for my blog I'm talking about MARZIPAN!!!!!!!! Who doesn't know what marzipan is or who has never tired it... gosh... you don't know what you're missing, people... Continue Reading →

Pasztet z marchwi – Polish Carrot Pâté with coconut sugar glazed carrots

Dish this was in my head for a long time. As once vegetarian I used to make it quite often. I made a few changes like the glazed carrots inside or coconut oil but the rest of stayed pretty the same.  Normally pasztet is meat based dish. In Poland it's made from ground poultry, pork,... Continue Reading →

Polish “Babka” with almonds and white chocolate

I suppose to be on bed rest but it's not that easy when you're pregnant and when you crave so many different homemade goods. Last week, for example I had homemade chocolate milk pudding for dinner. Four times. What means that for four days I didn't eat anything else for dinner just my pudding. Oh... Continue Reading →

Fat Thursday and Faworki always go together …

... at least in my home. Fat Thursday -  is traditional Polish and German feast marking the last Thursday before Lent and is associated with the celebration of Carnival. Because Lent is a time of fasting, the next opportunity to feast would not be until Easter. (Wikipedia). All Catholics know that - not that I... Continue Reading →

Jennifer’s Cabbage with Apples (plus extra recipe for bread)

Jennifer - green wife of a green military guy 🙂 On her blog she writes about their journey while trying to become a zero waste household... . In her last post she wrote that sometimes when her husband is out at sea she skips trips to the store and she lives on cereal and raw... Continue Reading →

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