For the traveling business person, tourist, and student. The language lessons cover such common situations as: passing through customs, checking into a hotel, placing phone calls. Brief synopsis of the country’s history and culture, social customs, transportation. Vocabulary, grammar and useful phrases. Paperback, 118 pages.
A cookbook and a history of Polish culinary customs. Short essays cover subjects like Polish hospitality, holiday traditions, even the exalted status of the mushroom. The recipes are traditional family fare. 304 pages, paperback.
Drawing on her Polish childhood, Rysia presents more than 850 mouth-watering recipes which can be conveniently prepared in a modern American kitchen. Dishes are arranged by category, with a special section on holiday foods and customs. 304 pages, paperback.
Robert and Maria Strybel, Illustrated Edition
New illustrated edition of a bestseller with 20 color photos. “An encyclopedia of Polish cookery and a wonderful thing to have!” -Julia Child, Good Morning America. “.. is the best [Polish] cookbook printed in English on the market. Its well-organized, informative with easy-to-follow recipes readily prepared in American kitchens and, above all, its fun to read.” -Polish American Cultural Network
hardcover, 875 pages, 7 14 x 9 1/2 W, 16 pages color photos, over 2,200 recipes.
”An encyclopedia of Polish cookery and a wonderful thing to have!” –Julia Child
Polish Holiday Cookery and Customs acquaints readers with traditional Polish foods associated with various occasions and furnished countless cooking tips and serving suggestions. The clearly written recipes facilitate the preparation of the dishes and their incorporation in the Polish-American mainstream culture. Calendar of Polish Festivities is devoted to those holidays and events connected to a specific time of year. Polish Rites of Passage focuses on life’s milestones – the family occasions that take place at various times of year. This “instruction manual for the culturally aware Polish American” offers more than 400 recipes, along with a lexicon of basic foods and culinary concepts, ingredients and procedures, and sample menus.
Pleasing Polish Recipes, in the popular recipe-card file size Stocking Stuffer format, is chock-full of the best recipes and notes about Polish food and culture. Edited by Jacek and Malgorzata Nowakowski, this cookbook contains wonderful recipes as well as information on Polish American culture. Information on Ethnic History, Sites to See and a Polish Table Grace are also included. There are illustrations throughout the book drawn by Alice Wadowski.
With Complete Phonetics… over 9,000 entries for students and travelers. A phonetic guide to pronunciation in both languages. Completely modern and up-to-date. A clear, concise format. By bestselling dictionary author Iwo C. Pogonowski. Paperback 239 pages.
With over 32,000 entries, including irregular verbs, proper names and business terms. paperback 698 pages 5 1/4 x 8 1/2 W… 31,000 entries.
A thousand-year history of the Poles and their culture. “A comprehensive history… a stunner. Clear, calm, beautifully written, its scope is enormous, its story enthralling and its illustrations magnificent.” Bernard Levin, The Times/London. – “Zamoyski strives to place Polish history more squarely in its European context, and he pays special attention to developments that had repercussions beyond the boundaries of the country.” NY Times Book Review
paperback 422 pages 6 x 9 1/4, 20 maps, 170 illustrations, genealogical tables & photographs.
Polanie Publishing / 352 pages (hard cover)
This is a collection of 220 popular Polish songs: On Wings of Polish Song, Soldier Songs, Good Fellowship and Humorous, Songs of the Highlands, Lullabies, Christmas Carols, Religious Songs and Art Songs and Ballads. The book contains not only the lyrics but the sheet music for piano as well.