By Alina Zeranska
This definitive Polish cookbook contains recipes for all the traditional favorites enjoyed in Poland for more than 1,000 years. Also includes menus for authentic Polish meals.
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The definitive Polish cookbook, The Art of Polish Cooking, contains recipes for all the traditional favorites enjoyed in Poland for more than a thousand years. This edition includes 500 delicious recipes, as well as menus for authentic Polish meals. Special holiday menus are also presented, with charming descriptions of Polish Celebrations.
ALINA ZERANSKA grew up in Warsaw where she learned Polish cooking and entertaining from her mother. She attended the Sorbonne in Paris where she studied journalism and the history of art. After emigrating to America, she perfected her writing at Penn State University, then began a career as a journalist, radio script writer, and lecturer.
For more than twenty years, Mrs. Zeranska has been editing the family page of the Canadian Polish-language paper, The Alliancer, and was a correspondent for the Voice of America radio network. She wrote a book of anecdotes and recipes, Continental Entertaining, and a collection of short stories. She now lives in McLean, Virginia, a suburb of Washington, D.C., with her husband Ludwik.
Publishing House: Pelican Publishing Co, Gretna 1989
Hardcover book measuring 8.25" x 5.5"
English Language Version
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