Let's be candid. Polish food is not Diet Food. If you're counting points on Weight Watchers you may want to steer clear of Polish food entirely as your point total is going to end up looking more like a Fibonacci number sequence.
I am happy with my new status as an EWC or, Euro Wino Cheapskate. It's working out well. I am drinking wonderful €2.50 bottles of Cabernet from across the French countryside, great Barolos from small, family owned vineyards down in Piedmont and Bold Riojas which I can easily pick up at the Gas station on the way home for pocket change.
Our local Bakery boasts the widest selection of freshly baked breads and baked goods I've ever seen. It's nothing short of impressive. Rolls, Baguettes, Loafs, all masterfully turned out by a professional Baker with 40 years experience. There are no 16 year olds pressing "start" on a plug-in oven loaded with pre-fab, bought elsewhere dough here. No Sir.
Join us to celebrate the closing of a successful 2014 garden season at the community garden by sharing some your garden's harvests. In place of our yearly fundraiser, we'll be holding a potluck meal and garden "Swap-O-Rama." Bring a dish, bring seeds, bulbs, house plants, cuttings and hand tools to swap. Along with a swapping table, we'll have items available for a small cash donations to the garden.
I am 4,300 miles from Forest Park, I am writing this in the backseat of a car ripping 130 miles per hour on the Autobahn toward Berlin and I haven't seen an ice cube in 40 days (they're somewhat of a rarity here).