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2 mins ago, TBYRD said:

 

 

1/4 mile down the road is a deli called Bernat's.

They have @ 10 or 12 different styles of Kielbasa.  

Amazing!!

I've tried them all :D

The young Polish ladies working there are exactly what you would expect to see in a shop like that too.... just off the boat and absolutely gorgeous!

There's a place in Worcester like that. Named Galermo's. Polish family owns it, and all the sausage is made in house. Incredible sausages. Real quality, but not cheap.

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Ricotta pie from Modern Pastry. Called in the order and enjoyed taking the hour ride north ...no traffic and plenty of parking

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Cooked the last of four corned beefs that I bought yesterday...so simple to make. Hash and eggs for breakfast.

 

Hope everyone is doing great!!!

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I revived an old KIELBASA thread in the Tavern Forum with my recipe  :hi5:

 

Great job on the culinary prowness fellas!

Keep those "self quarantine" food pics coming!

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2 hours ago, heyblue34 said:

Ricotta pie from Modern Pastry. Called in the order and enjoyed taking the hour ride north ...no traffic and plenty of parking

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Love their Ricotta pie!

Every Easter staple with a scoop of Vanilla Ice Cream and hot coffee.

Afraid it's not in the cards this year.   

Sad!

 

Well you enjoy it!!!!

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LOL....funny you guys mentioned it.  Last week I noticed a frozen poliska I bought on a 2 for 1 sale in my freezer.

Not being Polish I make it with a big can of B&M Boston Baked Beans....I have to hold myself back from eating the whole thing myself.

It was a treat!   I cut the kilbasa into chunks, then split them with another cut, & fry them in a pan w/ water in it until the waters gone & their browned (the way a Polish girl told me years ago).

 

This week, it's going to be a big batch of Linguine & clam sauce.

 

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