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Zapienka from scratch

By On November 11, 2017

Before kebabs, pizzas and other fast foods came to Poland, the poles were already familiar with standing by a van, eating fast food after a night out. Zapiekanka is a polish open… Read More

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Pyttipanna

By On April 5, 2016

All countries have recipes that are based on leftovers. Italians have their frittata, Koreans have their bibimbap, the French make pain perdu (knows as French toast in the English speaking world), and… Read More

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The delicious French pissaladière

By On July 29, 2014

Pissaladière, or pissaladiera in Nissart (the dialect from Nice, in the South East of France) is a variation of the pizza that doesn’t include tomatoes. Or the Italian pizza is a variation of… Read More

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La pasta alla carbonara del futuro

By On July 14, 2014

A classic carbonara is simply pasta (often spaghetti) mixed with fried guanciale or pancetta, together with its fat, raw eggs and pecorino cheese. The name is derived from carbonaro, which means charcoal burner. It’s said that the… Read More

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Liquoriced bacon salad

By On April 23, 2014

Have you ever had Chinese spare ribs? They taste really meaty, an the secret to that is star anis and fennel. Both of which contain anethole. Anethole is an organic aromatic compound that… Read More