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From: Jim Presenkowski <>
Subject: Re: [POLAND] Kielbasa
Date: Fri, 24 Sep 1999 13:32:46 -0700


I make Kielbasa, Kieska all I use is pork butts on the Kielbasa and the head of
a pig on the Kieska along with some liver.
Jim..

Crucitt wrote:

> Gail et al,
> Lest anyone get the wrong impression . . . my ojciec (papa) used to
> make kielbasa with pork butt and seasons (the secret ingredients) and that
> was all . . . . how could anyone object to that!! Not everyone made
> it the way you spoke in your e-mail!!!
> Elzbieta
>
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: <>
> To: <>
> Sent: Friday, September 24, 1999 10:15 AM
> Subject: [POLAND] Kielbasa & Pierogi
>
> | << Has anyone made Polish kielbasa? I have and it is delicioous. Anyone
> | wanting
> | the receipe, e-mail me privately. >>
> |
> | Mmmmm, homemade kielbasa....good as long as you don't think about what's
> in
> | it :) My ex-brother-in-law is Polish and a fireman, and at his firehouse
> | they used to make homemade Polish kielbasa in their "spare time." It was
> | always in big demand at family gatherings, until one day he decided to
> tell
> | us all how it was made...no one except my Polish ex-mother-in-law could
> | stomach it after that!
> |
> | I used to make homemade pierogi, haven't in years though...I remember
> making
> | them once for a pot luck at work, for a very non-ethnic crowd, and they
> were
> | all very impressed!
> |
> | The babushka discussion has been fun, too. Remember them well, but only
> on
> | the adults, I don't think I ever wore one. (I was a kid in the 60s, I
> think
> | they were "on the way out" by then!) My family has always referred to
> | themselves as German but they were actually from Russian Poland; as I get
> | into their genealogy and history I'm realizing many of their customs had a
> | lot of Polish influence.
> |
> | Gail Headlee
> |
> | ==============
> | Researching WITZKE, DEY/DEJ, HOHERTZ, MILKE in and near Gostynin, South
> | Prussia/Congress Poland and LEPPERT, SIEFERT in Kippenheim, Baden, Germany
> |
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