Six Essential Food experiences in Krakow

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Krakow a centre for Food lovers I'm not usually someone who writes 'clickbait' types of posts, but if you go to Krakow here are some of the food and drink experiences that I highly recommend that you do whilst you are there. I have personally done all of these, and…

Pierogi – made with love, from Poland
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Pierogi – made with love, from Poland

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One of the main dishes people refer to when they talk about Poland is Pierogi. Pierogi are filling and economical to make and used to be considered as peasant food, but gained popularity throughout all social classes

Arrows and Sparrows – dining in my neighbourhood

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Arrows and SparrowsLocation based DiningHands up if you are guilty of always hopping in the car and driving somewhere to eat out! It’s something that happens unconsciously to me all the time. When I’m thinking of places to eat or to take people too I firstly think of ‘destination’ type…

Traditional Raclette – a celebration of melted cheese

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RACLETTEThere's something quite special and sociable about sharing Raclette with friends or family. The great thing about the dish is that it's incredibly flexible and allows you to add plenty of different side items to allow it to be a dish to suit everyone's taste. From vegetables and herbs, meats…

Kremówka – Papal Cake

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Kremówka, also called Papal Cake or Papal Cream Cake is a Polish type of cream/custard pie made of two layers of puff pastry, filled with whipped cream, creamy buttercream, vanilla pastry cream or sometimes egg white cream, and is usually sprinkled with sugar.

Shahenshahi Thali at Amala Zabeel Saray

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Shahenshahi Thali Don't eat for a week, take friend(s) and look forward to a tasty Thali which weighs in at over 13kg! Could this be the biggest Thali in Dubai, the UAE or beyond? Read more about the Shahenshai Thail at Amala, Jumeirah Zabeel Saray over on FoodeMag dxb.  …

Spicy Tomato Soup & Flatbreads

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Spicy Tomato Soup to have at Iftar timeIt's the 15th day of Ramadan already which means that technically today we have just passed the half way point. This year, like the previous two, I am fasting from sunset to sunrise - about 3.50 am through to 7.15 pm.  Breaking fast…

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