If you are paying a visit to a Pole, forget bringing the wine with you. Make wódka or polish vodka your present of choice and expect an unforgettable evening!
How do you say Grandpa in Polish? Every Pole should know the answer to this question! Dziadek is the most used translation, but let’s discover all the different ways you can call a Polish grandfather!
What do you call your Grandma? Babcia, a Polish grandmother holds a very dear place in the childhood of every Pole, so it’s only fair we learn more about her!
If you are familiar with Polish cuisine, then you must’ve tried the Polish sour rye soup, or Zurek, as it is known. It has a very specific sour taste and it is far from what you would normally consider a soup to be.
There is nothing like coming home from a winter’s day walk and enjoying a nice warm bowl of a clear chicken soup - even better, if it’s Polish soup called Rosół!
One of the most picturesque places in Poland, the Polish Zalipie Painted Village, invites its visitors with its beautifully painted houses and their interiors.
This canned beets recipe was passed down from my Polish Grandmother to my mother who was a first generation Polish American.
The battle of Vienna or siege of Vienna in 1683 changed the course of European history forever. Fought against the Ottoman empire and led by Polish King Jan III Sobieski, this achievement forbid the Ottomans from taking over the continent.
Polish Art called Wycinanki is a popular form of papercut art used widely for different occasions, and one of the most recognizable forms of Slavic art.
Learn the meaning behind the famous Polish proverb nie mój cyrk nie moje małpy or not my circus not my monkeys?
Wesołych Świąt Wielkanocnych is Happy Easter In Polish! Learn about Polish Easter Eggs or Pisanki, Polish Easter Traditions and more.
A history of the Polish last names and Polish last name meanings. With information on Polish males surnames and female polish surnames. Are you one of the lucky Polish Americans with the Polish surnames ending in ski?