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While searching the internet for Polish recipe books in English, a PAJ reader found this collection of quirky soft-cover books that are just packed with easy-to-make recipes. We are sure you will love them as much as we do!


The Polish Restaurant Cookbook

THE POLISH RESTAURANT COOKBOOK
$10.00
by Jonathan Becklar
44 pp., sc.

This unique cookbook actually replicates recipes taken from menus of Motor City and surrounding area restaurants. It shows you how to make an entire menu right in your kitchen that tastes and smells just like the restaurant. Soups, salads, dressings, sandwiches, stuffed cabbage, and more.

 


The Polish Girl Cookbook

POLISH GIRL COOKBOOK
$10.00
by Eva Gerweck
44 pp., sc.


Another cookbook full of recipes from Detroit’s Old Polish neighborhoods. Appetizers, entrees, breads, desserts, and more! Upper Penisula style pastries, potato salad, pastries, babka, breads, and more.

 


Polish Pierogi

POLISH PIEROGI:
From the Old Country to the Old Neighborhood
$10.00
by Eva Gerwecki
48 pp., sc.

A collection of “secret” recipes, tips, and more for not only fillings and toppings, but a variety of dough recipes as well. Over 150 recipes with regional variations, from California to New York!

 


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