Best Polish Cooking, Food & Wine Books
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1. The Complete Air Fryer Cookbook for Beginners On A Budget: 600 Recipes For Effortless Air Frying
Author: by Ronda Jones
Published at: Independently published (October 9, 2020)
600 Air Fryer Recipes Cookbook! Healthy and Tasty all the way! From this cookbook you will get: Everything you need to know about your air fryer Tips on how to make your food healthy and delicious 600 recipes so you never run out of ideas what to cookGet your copy today and enjoy healthy and tasty meals!
2. The Ultimate Instant Pot® Cookbook for Two: Perfectly Portioned Recipes for 3-Quart and 6-Quart Models
Author: by Janet A. Zimmerman
Published at: Rockridge Press (February 26, 2019)
Reduce time, effort, and food waste with the official Instant Pot Cookbook for two Your Instant Pot holds the key to whipping up tasty meals quickly, and now you can enjoy flavorful recipes that are perfectly portioned for two. This Instant Pot cookbook is filled with 80+ easy recipes for breakfast, lunch, dinner, sides, and dessert that help take the guesswork out of cooking weekday-friendly meals for two.
Reduce waste and leftovers with dishes like Apple-Cinnamon French Toast Cups, Shawarma-Style Chicken and Rice, and Mini Chocolate Marble Cheesecakes. These recipes work with all models of the 3-quart Mini and 6-quart Lux, Duo, and Ultra with modification tips when necessary.
Instant Pot overviewGet beginner-friendly guidance, shopping tips for two, troubleshooting advice, and pointers for scaling recipes up or down. Handy recipe tipsFind advice for using up ingredients, modifying cooking times (if needed) for Mini and larger Lux models, and dividing labor up to speed prep.
3. Instant Pot Duo Crisp Air Fryer Cookbook For Beginners: 550 Affordable & Foolproof Everyday Recipes On A Budget (Instant pot recipe book)
Author: by Adam Grice
Published at: Independently published (January 2, 2021)
Easy Instant Pot Air Fryer Recipes for Delicious Crispy MealsCrunchy and easy recipes for healthier meals! With few lid twists, some ingredients and an pressure cooker and air fryer crisp, you are ready to prepare mouthwaring and tasty fried foods, to enjoy and have fun!
This simple, yet full of effortless instant pot recipes cookbook has the following categories:Tons of Chicken RecipesEven More Meat options Great variety of Breakfast & Brunch recipesVegetarian and Vegan choices for some fresh and crispy experience Wonderful Appetizers, Snacks & SoupsDesserts and Sweets for EveryoneThis essential instant pot air fryer cookbook will increase your cooking desire for crunchy and crispy experience in no time!
4. Treasured Polish Recipes For Americans
Author: by Marie Sokolowski
Published at: Allegro Editions; Illustrated edition (September 17, 2013)
For three generations, Treasured Polish Recipes for Americans has been a favorite of cooks and diners who savor and appreciate authentic Polish cuisine. Treasured Polish Recipes for Americans preserves the integrity and unique qualities of delicious Polish cooking while making it accessible to anyone, even those with no experience preparing Eastern European food.
Craving traditional Polish Kiebasa or Kapusta wiea na Kwano (sweet sour cabbage), or how about Kapusta Czarwona (red cabbage), ledzie Marynowane (pickled herring), Czarnina (duck soup) with Kluski, or nearly a dozen varieties of Pierogi and Pczki (fried donuts with filling)?
Treasured Polish Recipes for Americans includes these recipes and many many more. With almost 500 recipes, every meal and practically every dish is covered, including a multi-course Christmas dinner. More than just a collection of recipes, Treasured Polish Recipes for Americans takes the reader on a tour of Polish culinary customs, dishes, and traditions.
5. Pierogi Love: New Takes on an Old-World Comfort Food
Author: by Casey Barber
Published at: Gibbs Smith; Illustrated edition (July 1, 2015)
This tasty tribute to the pierogi takes a familiar wrapping and stuffs it with a host of unconventional, innovative, and decidedly non-traditional fillings. With 60 sweet and savory recipes that include everything from the classic Polish cheddar and potato offerings to American-inspired Reuben pierogies and fried apple pie-rogies to worldly fillings like falafel and Nutella, there’s a pierogi for every party and every palate!
Each recipe comes with a charming story from Barber’s extensive explorations in pierogi flavors. CASEY BARBER is a freelance food writer, photographer, and editor of the critically acclaimed website Good.Food.Stories. Her work has appeared in numerous national publications including Gourmet Live, ReadyMade, Today.
Com, The Kitchn, and DRAFT. Casey is also the author of Classic Snacks Made from Scratch: 70 Homemade Versions of Your Favorite Brand-Name Treats (Ulysses Press, 2013) and the co-writer of Inspired Bites: Unexpected Ideas for Entertaining from Pinch Food Design (Stewart, Tabori & Chang, 2014).
6. Polska: New Polish Cooking
Author: by Zuza Zak
Published at: Quadrille Publishing; Illustrated edition (September 6, 2016)
This is a fresh new take on Polish cooking from young food writer Zuza Zak. The food of Poland has long been overlooked, but the time is right for a reinvention, with an estimated 10 million people of Polish descent living in the US.
Zuza presents her contemporary take on Polish cuisine, with lavishly photographed recipes for snacks, party foods, soups, preserves, breads, fish, meat and poultry, salads, and desserts. She places Polish food within the context of the country’s history and geography, and tracks how it has developed and adapted to Poland’s ever-changing political and economic situation.
Polska is a breath of fresh air.
7. Fresh from Poland: New Vegetarian Cooking from the Old Country
Author: by Michal Korkosz
Published at: The Experiment; Illustrated edition (March 17, 2020)
An Indie Bestseller A Booklist Top 10 Cookbook of 2020 A San Francisco Chronicle Best Cookbook of 2020 If your knowledge of Polish food stops at kielbasas and pierogi, definitely check out this exciting vegetarian cookbook written and shot by Polish food blogger Micha Korkosz.
San Francisco Chronicle In Fresh from Poland, Saveur award winner Micha Korkosz celebrates recipes from his mother and grandmotherwith modern, personal touches and gorgeous photos that capture his passion for cooking. Vegetables are his stars, but Micha doesn’t shy away from butter, flour, and sugar; the ingredients that make foodand lifemore rozkoszny (delightful)!The result?
Over eighty comforting dishes for every occasion. Indulgent breakfasts: Brown Butter Scrambled Eggs; Apple Fritters; Buckwheat Blini with Sour Cream and Pickled Red OnionHearty vegetarian mains: Barley Risotto with Asparagus, Cider, and Goat Cheese; Potato Fritters with Rosemary and Horseradish Sauce; Stuffed Tomatoes with Millet, Cinnamon, and AlmondsBreathtaking baked goods: Sourdough Rye Bread; Sweet Blueberry Buns with Streusel; Honey Cake with Prunes and Sour CreamPierogi of all kinds: From savory Spinach, Goat Cheese, and Salted Almonds to sweet Plums and Cinnamon-Honey Butter These satisfying recipes will make you feel right at homewherever you’re from!
8. Keto Bread Machine Cookbook: Keto-Friendly Baking Recipes for Your Bread Machine (Keto Cookbook)
Author: by Jennifer Tate
Published at: Independently published (July 13, 2020)
Are you on a keto diet and love bread?No problem! In this Keto Bread Machine Book, you will find your favorite easy keto bread recipes and remain faithful to the low carb diet. Cooks and nutritionists have developed a food system where you can eat your favorite dishes and, at the same time, get all the benefits of a ketogenic diet (keto diet, paleo diet, grain-free diet, a gluten-free diet).
The Keto Bread Machine Recipe Book with pictures includes low-carb bread recipes for perfect keto baking. You can enjoy these keto diet baking recipes in a low-carb diet, paleo diet, grain-free diet, gluten-free diet as well. You can cook fragrant keto bread machine recipes every day, enjoying the smells of almonds or coconut.
All the basic bread machine recipes are really easy-to-follow, and you can cook them with your kids. In addition, we tried to design the Keto Bread Machine Cookbook for beginners so it would be extremely convenient. THE KETO BREAD LOAVES LOOK DELICIOUS.
In this keto bread machine recipe cookbook, the beautiful pictures help you to choose what to add to your everyday ketogenic menu.LOW CARB BREAD?REALLY? You can replace wheat flour or grain flour with almond flour or coconut flour, and still bake tasty keto bakery products.
9. Polish Herbs, Flowers & Folk Medicine: Revised Edition
Author: by Sophie Hodorowicz Knab
Published at: Hippocrene Books; Revised edition (November 24, 2020)
Filled with illustrations and fascinating information, Polish Herbs, Flowers & Folk Medicine is a veritable treasure trove of history, how-to, and inspiration. The Midwest Book Review Taking the reader on a historical tour of herbs and flowers used in Poland throughout the centuries, this carefully-researched volume captures the unique history and role of plant life once essential to the people of Poland.
Wander through monastery, castle and cottage gardens with acclaimed Polish-American author Sophie Hodorowicz Knab as she explores the growth of medicine and pharmacies and provides information on the use of over 100 plants, used in healing as well as in daily life and seasonal holidays throughout the year.
You’ll find legends, cautionary tales, and love potions, as well as a chapter devoted to wedding plants and herbs. There are home remedies for everything that ailed the people of Poland, from acne to arthritis, relaxants to rejuvenators, and heartache to heartburn.
10. Polish Your Kitchen: A Book of Memories: Christmas Edition
Author: by Anna Hurning
Published at: Polish Your Kitchen (November 13, 2019)
Polish Your Kitchen, A Book of Memories Christmas Edition contains 30 traditional Polish recipes normally served during Christmas Eve and Christmas Day in Poland. The book is divided into 3 sections: Christmas Eve, Christmas Day and Desserts. Recipes include classic dishes like sauerkraut and mushroom pierogi, wild mushroom soup, red beetroot soup with mushroom dumplings and cheesecake.
The author, Anna Hurning created the original recipes and the accompanying photography for the book. Anna is the creator of the popular Polish food blog: Polish Your Kitchen. She titled the book a book of memories, because the recipes she created are a compilation of her time spent in the kitchen with her Polish grandma, Babcia Stasia.
Anna moved to the US in her mid 20s and spent almost two decades there trying to stay connected to her Polish roots through food.
11. Perfect Pierogi Recipes
Author: by Rose Wysocki
Published at: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (January 16, 2013)
In Perfect Pierogi Recipes Rose Wysocki shares both traditional and contemporary recipes for pierogi dough, fillings and toppings. Some are recipes from her Polish Mother and Grandmother. Others are recipes she’s collected or developed over the years. You’ll find a total of 51 recipes.
They are very easy to make. Included are recipes for: 10 different pierogi doughs (traditional and contemporary), 15 savory fillings, 6 sweet fillings, 3 traditional pierogi toppings, 2 contemporary toppings, 9 compound butters and 6 sauces. You’ll also find a list of 16 additional traditional toppings and 10 contemporary toppings (without recipes.
Finally you’ll find a lot of information about the history of pierogi, how to make pierogi dough, different methods to cut, stuff and seal the pierogi, how to boil, saute, deep fry or bake pierogi, how to freeze pierogi and more.
Rose also provides information about a couple of pierogi cutting and sealing tools that will save you a lot of time in preparing pierogi. Making pierogi at home is really easy if you have the right directions. This book will give you a head start on making perfect pierogi for your family in your home.
12. Salt & Time: Recipes from a Russian Kitchen
Author: by Alissa Timoshkina
Published at: Interlink Books; 1st edition (September 2, 2019)
Salt & Time will transform perceptions of the food of the former Soviet Union, and especially Siberiathe crossroads of Eastern European and Central Asian cuisinewith 100 inviting recipes adapted for modern tastes and Western kitchens, and evocative storytelling to explain and entice.
Why not try the restorative Solyanka fish soup (a famous Russian hangover cure), savor the fragrant Chicken with prunes or treat yourself to some Napoleon cake. In Alissa Timoshkina’s words: Often we need distance and time, both to see things better and to feel closer to them.
This is certainly true of the food of my home country, Russiaor Siberia, to be exact. When I think of Siberia, I hear the sound of fresh snow crunching beneath my feet. Today, whenever I crush sea salt flakes between my fingers as I cook, I think of that sound.
In this book, I feature recipes that are authentic to Siberia, classic Russian flavor combinations and my modern interpretations. You will find dishes from the pre-revolutionary era and the Soviet days, as well as contemporary approachesrevealing a cuisine that is vibrant, nourishing, exciting and above all relevant no matter the time or the place.
13. Polish Cookery : Poland's Bestselling Cookbook Adapted for American Kitchens
Author: by Marja Ochorowicz-Monatowa
Published at: Clarkson Potter; Revised edition (April 1, 1986)
Poland, like France, is a country where people really know food. One can stop at a wayside inn in the country or at a modest restaurant in a working-class city neighborhood and be served a meal worth remembering. Good food is a tradition.
Polish Cookery is an American adaptation of Uniwersalna Ksiazka Kucharska (The Universal Cookbook), long the most famous standard cookbook in Poland. All weights and measures have been converted to American usage, and suitable substitutions are provided for hard-to-get ingredients. The recipes range from the familiar to the exotic and include soups like Polish Mushroom and Barley Soup, Fresh Cabbage Soup, many variations of Barszcz, the famous Polish beet soup, and Sorrel Soup with Sour Cream.
The Poles are very fond of pates, dumplings, and meat pastries. In Polish Cookery, you’ll find recipes for Meat Patties, Potato Croquettes, Venison Pastry, Partridge Pie, Game Pate, many variations on the celebrated Pierogi, or dough pockets, and Buckwheat Cakes.
14. Treasured Polish Recipes for Americans
Author: by Polanie Club
Published at: Independently published (June 3, 2020)
This is your go-to cookbook for traditional Polish recipes. For three generations, Treasured Polish Recipes for Americans has been a favorite of cooks and diners who savor and appreciate authentic Polish cuisine. Treasured Polish Recipes for Americans preserves the integrity and unique qualities of delicious Polish cooking while making it accessible to anyone, even those with no experience preparing Eastern European food.
Includes:Traditional Polish Kiebasa or Kapusta wiea na Kwano (sweet sour cabbage)Kapusta Czarwona (red cabbage), ledzie Marynowane (pickled herring)Czarnina (duck soup) with Kluski, andnearly a dozen varieties of Pierogi and Pczki (fried donuts with filling) Treasured Polish Recipes for Americans include these recipes and more.
With almost 500 recipes, every meal and practically every dish is covered, including a multi-course Christmas dinner. More than just a collection of recipes, Treasured Polish Recipes for Americans takes the reader on a tour of Polish culinary customs, dishes, and traditions.
15. Polish Customs, Traditions, and Folklore
Author: by Sophie Hodorowicz Knab
Published at: Hippocrene Books; 2nd ed. edition (August 1, 1996)
A richly detailed and well-informed month-by month accounting of all the major Polish customs and traditions practiced over the centuries. Ms. Knab stirs and reawakens our ancestral memory. The Kosciuszko Foundation Newsletter This unique, well-researched reference is arranged by month, showing the various occasions, feasts and holidays prominent in Polish culturebeginning with December it continues through Holy Week Customs, superstitions, beliefs and rituals associated with farming, Pentecost, Corpus Christi, midsummer, harvest festival, wedding rites, Name Days, birth and death.
Line illustrations throughout enrich this varied treasury of Polish folklore and the revised edition includes a chapter on Traditional Polish Games and Pastimes for Children. Many of the customs and traditions found herein are extinct even in today’s Poland. World wars, massive immigration, the loss of the oral tradition, urbanization and politics have changed the face of a once agrarian people and their accompanying lifestyle.
16. The Anniversary Slovak-American Cook Book
Author: by The First Catholic Slovak Ladies Union
Published at: Allegro Editions; Reprint ed. edition (February 23, 2015)
First published in 1952 to commemorate the 60th anniversary of the First Catholic Slavic Ladies Association, The Slovak-American Cookbook remains a classic collection of cultural dishes. From savory soups, sandwiches, and salads to sweet cookies, cakes, and candies, this cookbook contains the best Slovak-American recipes that the generations have to offer.
Some national favorites featured are: Halusky Klobasy Strudel Fanky Kolace and more! Each recipe provides a glimpse into this fascinating culinary heritage. In addition to an assortment of traditional, tried-and-true recipes, this cookbook also offers tips on entertaining, cooking, and maintaining your home.
With help from The Slovak-American Cookbook, you can bring the Slovak culinary tradition to your table.