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From: Thaddeus Ciechanowski <>
Subject: Re: [POLAND] Re: Balut (Polish Resturants in MD & VA)
Date: Sat, 5 Jan 2002 17:59:51 -0800 (PST)
There are no Polish restaurants in Baltimore :( The
closest to "authentic" Polish cooking is a stand in
the Broadway Market in Fells Point, guess the
you guess right, Broadway. There is also a Krakus
Deli on 1737 Fleet Street, also in Fells Point. I've
never been to the deli. When I moved down here from
Pittsburgh, someone at my church (Holy Rosary) told me
it is illegal to sell blood in Maryland. The locals
had to go to the farms around York, Pennsylvania to
get the "ingredient". I also saw a recipe for faux
(impressed Christian?) czarnina made with prune juice.
To me, there is no substitute.
PS If anyone else suggests a restuarant in the area,
MD or VA, let me know...
--- Peter Zenewicz <> wrote:
> My mouth is watering! Where can I get czarnina in
> the DC area?
> Anyone know of Polish restaurants in Baltimore?
> Haven't had czarnina
> in about twenty years. My mother used to make it
> from pigeons when
> she couldn't afford duck blood. (My grandfather
> raised pigeons -
> guess he killed the slow ones.)
> Pete Z
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