Polish is the official language of Poland. It belongs to the family of Indo-European languages, and the group of West Slavic languages. It is believed to be one of the most difficult languages in the world.
U.S. cities and communities with large Polish American populations are largely concentrated in the Upper Midwestern United States, Chicago metropolitan area and the New York metropolitan area, with Wisconsin accounting for the largest number of communities with large Polish populations.
An Architect for All -The Untold Story of Victor Cordella
September 30, 2017, 1:00pm
Hear the untold story of a man from Krakow, Poland who designed more than 20 Minnesota churches, homes and commercial buildings between 1903 and 1927. His works include Holy Cross Church, Swedish Institute, Mayo Clinic chapel, Gluek’s Restaurant & a tavern known as Nye's Polonaise.
Cost: Free Will Offering
Guest speaker: Geoffrey Gyrisco, PhD., author of "Victor Cordella and the Architecture of Polish and East-Slavic Identity in Minnesota"
For more information see www.pacim.org or call 952-473-2765
Pick a peck of Polish pride for $6.25. The University of Minnesota Applehouse at the Horticultural Center has genuine Sawa variety Polish apples grown on site. 10 lb bags on sale. Makes outstanding pies, cobblers, apple butter and eating. Only place in America where you can get these gems thanks to UofM research effort with Warsaw Agricultural University. ...
Class taught by Chef Kora Korczuk Bigos is considered by many to be the national dish of Poland. Traditionally there was a pot cooking almost in permanence. Variations are endless. Learn Kora's version and secrets of creating this tasty dish - perfect for the fall and winter seasons. ...
Bigos (Hunter's Stew) Cooking Class
October 12, 2017, 7:00pm
$30 PACIM Members/$40 NonMembers
Register online- www.pacim.org (PayPal)
Aprons and supplies provided.
Class taught by Chef Kora Korczuk
Bigos is considered by many to be the national dish of Poland. Traditionally there was a pot cooking almost in permanence. Variations are endless.
Learn Kora's version and secrets of creating this tasty dish - perfect for the fall and winter seasons.
Posted on by Mark BiernatHardest language to learnWhat is the hardest language to learn?Extremely Hard: The hardest language to learn is: Polish – Seven cases, Seven genders and very difficult pronunciation. The average English speaker is fluent in their language at the age of 12, in contrast, the a...
Recipe for Polish potato dumplings or kopytka ("little hooves"), made with cooked mashed potatoes. These are characterized by a delicate taste and softness. Kopytka are excellent with buttered bread crumbs, fried onion and bacon. You can serve them as a side-dish for saurekraut, beef, pork, beet purée and gravy.
Here is the recipe -> easteuropeanfood.about.com/od/polishnoodlesanddumpling/r/kopytka.htm