Dancing, food, and fun at the Polish festival this weekend

Susan S. Johnson

No person is heading to depart hungry immediately after this cultural festival due to the fact the American-Polish Festival is back!

The American-Polish Century Club will be web hosting its 40th annual Competition & Craft Exhibit in Sterling Heights. The occasion will function stay songs, classic dances, and their 9th once-a-year pierogi consuming problem.

These days on “Live In The D”, host Jason Carr was joined by Ken Reszczyk, treasurer of the American Polish Century Club, and Arnie Beller, president of the Century Club. The competition offers cost-free parking and a shuttle assistance. Together with the craft exhibit, there will be sellers and of system, food items.

Ken and Arnie introduced conventional polish dishes these as, kielbasa, Gołąbki (stuffed cabbage), pierogis and a supporter favored, City Chicken. Some of the out-of-the-box dishes were being polish nachos, with a white cheese sauce, sauerkraut and inexperienced onion. And we cannot overlook the polish sushi! Alternatively of a sushi roll, it is a dill pickle wrapped in cream cheese and salami.

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To obtain out extra about the competition, check out the online video earlier mentioned.

POLISH Festival Metropolis Rooster RECIPE

1 lb. cubed veal

1 lb. cubed pork

1 tsp. salt

1/4 tsp. pepper

1 clove garlic crushed

2 eggs, a little crushed

2 tbsp. water Salt and pepper

1/2 c. flour

1 1/2 c. bread crumbs

3 c. rooster stock

Combine very first 5 ingredients, protect and permit stand in refrigerator overnight. Future working day put 4 to 5 parts of meat alternating veal and pork on skewers. Mix egg and h2o and salt and pepper. Dip meat first in flour, then in egg, and ultimately in crumbs. Making use of a major skillet and 1 inch of oil brown meat. Drain and position in a roasting pan incorporate stock address tightly with foil. Bake at 300 degrees about two hrs.

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