144 Wild Mushroom and Rice Cabbage Rolls
Gołąbki, as that's how cabbage rolls are called in Poland, are perfect comfort food for early spring: the green of the cabbage invokes freshness we all so crave at this time of the year, and the earthy, steaming hot filling gives comfort, much sought after on still-chilly early spring days.
141 Silesian Potato Dumplings (Kluski Śląskie)
Kluski śląskie are one of the foods that you either love or hate, but in this case, it's down not to the flavour, but texture. A bit gummy, a bit chewy, I have always thought of them as pretty fun: they are quite bouncy for a dumpling!
120 Ryba po grecku or Cod with Carrot, Parsnip and Celeriac
Pieces of white fish served with cooked carrots, parsnips and celeriac. In Poland called 'ryba po grecku' (Greek-style fish), this dish is much beloved Polish specialty.
Buckwheat groats, a forgotten gem.
Looking for a super healthy, delicious and cheap addition to your daily diet? Search no more. Buckwheat groats are your answer.
Zielona, the place I call home.
Rather nostalgic return to the place of origin. Zielona in photography.
102 Moroccan style roast chicken with couscous
A recipe for a Moroccan-style chicken and a few words on authenticity. Why does it matter?
100 Beautiful pot roast with root vegetables and few words about November
This pot roast is the definition of autumn. Hearty, comforting and full of root vegetables. Plus a few words about All Saints Day in Poland.
99 Babcia’s Pepper Soup
This soup, made with fresh and pickled peppers, is a true flavour explosion. Babcia knows what's good!