Polish Easter egg decoration (My grandma had some of these made out of wood. I loved them!)

Polish Easter egg decoration (My grandma had some of these made out of wood. I loved them!)

Kashubian embroidery patterns (Poland). Meaning of colors: royal blue – lakes; blue – sky; navy - profound depth of the Baltic sea; yellow - fields of ripening grain or sun; green - the forests and meadows; red - the blood; black - the earth on the field waiting to be sown and Kashubian’s hard work.

Kashubian embroidery patterns (Poland). Meaning of colors: royal blue – lakes; blue – sky; navy - profound depth of the Baltic sea; yellow - fields of ripening grain or sun; green - the forests and meadows; red - the blood; black - the earth on the field waiting to be sown and Kashubian’s hard work.

Easter http://studyfun.pl http://blog.studyfun.pl

Easter http://studyfun.pl http://blog.studyfun.pl

pisanka rzeźbiona w gęsiej wydmuszce http://przebudzenie-dorota.blogspot.com/

pisanka rzeźbiona w gęsiej wydmuszce http://przebudzenie-dorota.blogspot.com/

pascha wielkanocna

pascha wielkanocna

Kluski szpinakowe: 250g mrożonego szpinaku, 350g mąki, 2 jajka, 40g masła, sól, 60g tłuszczu do okraszenia klusek, 150g sera twarogowego

Kluski szpinakowe: 250g mrożonego szpinaku, 350g mąki, 2 jajka, 40g masła, sól, 60g tłuszczu do okraszenia klusek, 150g sera twarogowego

Wielkanocny klimat doprawiony szczyptą przypraw Kamis

Wielkanocny klimat doprawiony szczyptą przypraw Kamis

The sour rye soup is made of soured rye flour (akin to sourdough) and meat (boiled pork sausage or pieces of smoked sausage, bacon or ham). It is specific to Poland, where it is known as żur or żurek, and a variant is known as barszcz biały ("white barszcz") which is made with wheat flour instead of rye. It is sometimes served in an edible bowl made of bread or with boiled potatoes. In Poland żurek is traditionally eaten at Easter.

The sour rye soup is made of soured rye flour (akin to sourdough) and meat (boiled pork sausage or pieces of smoked sausage, bacon or ham). It is specific to Poland, where it is known as żur or żurek, and a variant is known as barszcz biały ("white barszcz") which is made with wheat flour instead of rye. It is sometimes served in an edible bowl made of bread or with boiled potatoes. In Poland żurek is traditionally eaten at Easter.

Stuffed eggs :)

Stuffed eggs :)

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