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From: Paul Havers <>
Subject: Re: [POLAND] Polish Food
Date: Sat, 05 Jan 2002 12:32:58 +0000
Could also be a Kaszanka
At 13:12 01/05/2002 +0100, you wrote:
>What is the name of that black sausage in Polish?
>Is that czarnina?
>----- Original Message -----
>From: "Joe" <>
>Sent: Saturday, January 05, 2002 12:53 PM
>Subject: [POLAND] Polish Food
> > Having lived in eight states, I know of the following areas where Polish
> > food/meats are available.
> > 1. There is a fantastic butcher shop dedicated heavily to Polish meats
> > off of I-65 in the Merrillville - Hobart Indiana area (Chicago 'burbs).
> > Ask folks in that area and they can direct you.
> > 2. There is a buffet style Polish restaraunt on the extreme south side
> > of Chicago off of US 30 that does a booming business.
> > 3. My preference is Stanley Food Market on Stickney Ave in Toledo. He
> > makes tons of it weekly. And it "smaczne". He carries kiszka from some
> > plant in Chicago and also has frozen Czarnina. They also make a few
> > Polish baked goods such as "Easter Bread"
> > 4. There might still be a Polish restaurant that I used to go to in the
> > Hamtramck (Pole-town) area of Detroit
> > 5. Supposedly there are a couple in Buffalo, but I have never done
> > business there.
> > 6. If you are desperate for pierogi, you can do like we do. We buy a
> > five pound bag off the truck from the Schwan man.
> > Side Note: When I was in Warsaw last summer, I asked my cousin if we
> > were going to have Czarnina during my visit. She replied, "Are you
> > crazy, WE don't eat stuff like that anymore". I guess the implication
> > was that it was poor people food.
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