“Treasured Polish Recipes For Americans” as compiled by the Polanie Club. Originally published by the Polanie Publishing Company in 1948, this is a reprint from 1974. The cookbook is a hard cover with a dust jacket, measuring 5¾ x 8¾ inches with 169 pages. It is in very good used condition, with some tears to the dust jacket.
For three generations, “Treasured Polish Recipes for Americans” has been a favorite of cooks and diners who savor and appreciate authentic Polish cuisine. Craving traditional Polish Kielbasa or Kapusta Świeża na Kwaśno (sweet sour cabbage), or how about Kapusta Czarwona (red cabbage), Śledzie Marynowane (pickled herring), Czarnina (duck soup) with Kluski, or nearly a dozen varieties of Pierogi and Pączki (fried donuts with filling)? Treasured Polish Recipes for Americans includes these recipes and many many more. With almost 500 recipes, every meal and practically every dish is covered, including a multi-course Christmas dinner.
More than just a collection of recipes, Treasured Polish Recipes for Americans takes the reader on a tour of Polish culinary customs, dishes, and traditions. It also gives advice on foundational cooking techniques, ingredients, and sauces enabling you to master and improvise your own Polish-style dishes. Accented with Polish folk art, this timeless cookbook offers a charming and satisfying experience for both your stomach and spirit.
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