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- Proper Attire Required 9 hours ago After getting an eyeful of so many Polish nationals, we were surprised by the very strict dress code when Ed was in the hospital. The nurses kept insisting that he wear pajamas.
- . . . and the winner is. . . 4 days ago . . . me!Two weeks ago, New Poland Express, my weekly source of Polish news in English, held a quiz in which someone with the right answer would receive a copy of From a Polish Country House Kitchen, pictured above. My friend, Klaudia, had recommend the book to me, so I was very interested. A...
- Baking Bread 1 week ago I found a recipe for our favorite Polish bread, zytni, and have started our second batch of sourdough starter.
- Dziękuję Bardzo, Miasto Poznań 2 weeks ago Remember my whining about the potholes in my post last Friday?
- Potholes 2 weeks ago As promised, here is our Swiss cheese pavement on Katowicka.
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Website Reviews » There are 7 reviews on Polish Housewife
16:55 PM October 12, 2012
I really enjoy reading about what you're doing in Poland. I've learned more about Polish history than I ever did in school. This is a well-written, interesting blog, with a wide variety of posts.
14:29 PM October 13, 2012
Always well written and interesting. Great ideas for things to do and see! Thanks for blogging.
12:30 PM October 18, 2012
Informative and entertaining posts about life in Poland which I can relate to.
11:34 AM October 29, 2012
a nice blog- good read
16:21 PM December 04, 2012
Lois, I visited Poland in 1985 when it was still communist. Sounds much different now. Visited many of the same Netherlands sights as you did while therin the 90s picking up Dutch jets for our first international training mission. And, I just visited Ireland and its wonderful people last fall. You capture the spirit and personality of the countries. I have learned, "when in Rome.. .." I just go with the flow and eat stale doughnuts, chicken that looks (and tastes) like roadrunners and all kinds of mystery foods. Enjoy! Wish I was there with you. My step father is Polish, so I stayed with "family" while I was there. Don't miss seeing the Polish Arabian Stud farms. The Poles breed some of the most beautiful horses in the world.
19:31 PM December 04, 2012
It is nice to follow you as you get to explore places that most of us will never get to see.
02:27 AM December 12, 2012
I enjoy reading Lois' posts about Poland. My dream is to go there, but until I do, I will have to visit it through Lois' eyes. Her posts are interesting.