Once upon a time in the great U. S. of A., chicken was the EXPENSIVE meat that people were craving. Creative & frugal Polish housewives came up with a version of a drumstick, using bits of what were then less expensive meats. Kim’s built a class around this famous dish, using some other great Polish favorites. There’s more to a great Polish kitchen than stuffed cabbage. We can’t wait to taste it all.
Kim is a wonderful cook, and her other Polish class was our all-time best seller, selling out before any other classes every time it was offered. We're going to let her make some of her other family favorites to change it up for her and as a treat for you! Don't expect to see any open spots left for very long.
Mushroom Barley Soup- One of our favorite grains combines with mushrooms for that almost meaty flavor and texture. A homey, comforting, steaming bowl of creamy goodness.
City Chicken- ‘drumsticks’ made from cubes of the other white meats, breaded and browned, then finished in the oven. This fabulous dish started out as working class food but we think it’s fit for a king.
Green beans with Bacon- tender, perfectly cooked green beans and onions with a sweet and sour hot bacon dressing.
Cucumber Salad- a standard at dinner tables in Polish communities everywhere. Sour cream and simple seasoning make it so creamy and delicious!
Poppy Seed Cake - a simple delight, loaded with poppy seeds to give it that characteristic texture, then iced. Sweet, light and lovely!