“Polish table” is a collection of classic and typical Polish dishes.
The book including its kosher-adjusted recipes, brilliant photography and anecdotes related to the dishes described in it was produced in its entirety by the Polish Institute Tel Aviv.
The book including its kosher-adjusted recipes, brilliant photography and anecdotes related to the dishes described in it was produced in its entirety by the Polish Institute in Tel Aviv.
A few words in the introduction to the book by the Director of the Polish Institute in Tel Aviv, Mrs. Katarzyna Dzierżawska:
Poles are well-known for their hospitality and will go out of their way to please their guests.
As far back as the medieval period Poles took pride in their cuisine and the richness of its recipes, beverages, all kinds of meat and deserts.
Polish cuisine draws on the abundance of nature: wild game, poultry, dairy products and fruit all supplemented by spices and herbs.
In addition, traditional products (hailed by the Slow Food movement) are also commonly used in the Polish cuisine.
Local products such as wild mushrooms, forest berries and fresh herbs are introduced with emphasis on seasonal products and vegetarian and vegan options.
This book was written by Julia Mackiewicz from the Polish Institute team and it offers an opportunity to prepare, to become acquainted with and to taste some of our traditional but kosher-adjusted dishes. Enjoy and have some more…