Polish Heritage Cookery is the most extensive and varied Polish cookbook ever published in English, with over 2,200 recipes in 20 categories, written especially for Americans with American weights, measures and temperatures. Each recipe is indexed under its American and Polish name. Included are the elegant cuisines of Old Poland, the simple peasant cookery, and everything in between. Polish Heritage Cookery is interlaced with cultural notes and historical background on Polish food and eating habits. Both traditional and simplified versions of Polish classic recipes are provided, together with countless hints and shortcuts to achieving traditional flavors of using convenience items and modern appliances. Polish Heritage Cookery is ideal for all manner of family feasts and gourmet dining clubs. -- Midwest Book Review
About the Author
Robert Strybel, a native of Hamtramck, Michigan, has a master's degree in Polish Studies from the University of Wisconsin and works teaching, writing, and translating Polish. He is a syndicated columnist, and his "Polish Chef" recipes reach an estimated 250,000 readers each month. His wife and coauthor Maria, who holds a master's degree in Polish linguistics from Warsaw University, is a cookbook author and editor, and has also worked as a TV chef.
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