Polish Saying: Apetyt rosnie w miare jedzenia!
Meaning: The more you try, the more you want!
This expression can be used to describe all good things in life, but is especially relevant for our next Cultural Cuisine dinner at the restaurant Dziupla in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. Traditional Polish food is known
to be very rich in taste and once you try it, you can't get enough! Many Polish people claim that their sauerkraut is the best in the world. Join us and find out if your
taste buds agree!
For this event, One To World created a special menu for you to try:
Appetizers (Served Family Style)
Served with a side of apple sauce and sour cream.
Entree (Served Family Style)
Pierogies (Polish dumplings | vegetarian)
Two different kinds of stuffed Polish dumplings, one filled with cheese & potato, and the other, sauerkraut and mushrooms. The Pierogies will be served with a side of sautéed onions and sour cream.
Cabbage stuffed with pork, served with tomato sauce and mashed potatoes.
Stuffed Cabbage (vegetarian)
Cabbage stuffed with seasonal vegetables, served with mushroom sauce and mashed potatoes.
All entrees will be served family style along with the following typical Polish side dishes:
- Cucumber salad
- Beet salad
Dessert (Served Family Style)
Pierogies stuffed with sweet cheese and covered with a raspberry sauce.
Date: Tuesday, February 25th
Time: 7:00 PM - 10:00 PM (approximately)
Location: Dziupla, 194 Bedford Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11249
Cost:* $27 (includes meal & tip)
Registration Deadline: Sunday, February 23rd
Contact: Patricia Kircher, Enrichment Programs Global Fellow, here or at (212) 431-1195
*All program fees are non-refundable.