These long links of Kielbasa are called Kabanosy. I only recently (well in the past few years) learned that Kielbasa is simply a generic Polish term for sausage. Kabanosy is just one of the many varieties sold at our local Polish market. It is the one we find most irresistible.
Kabonosy can be warmed up or eaten cold, simply sliced into chunks. Which is what Izzy and I did as soon as we got home today. I said we would have just one bite but one turned into two until, before we knew it, we had finished the entire link.
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Saturday, March 28, 2009
Posing With Kabanosy
Posted by Izzy's Mama at 3/28/2009 10:34:00 PM
Labels: jersey city, local, memoir
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Izzy looks so big here! I am coming in to stock up at the Polish deli before Easter...
Bean's Mum: I think it is just the angle and his long locks. Let's arrange a playdate if we can when you come in.
I am so happy to be here! I found Europa just this past weekend and was thrilled. And that is how I found you! I look forward to trying some of the recipes and following your culinary exploits.
Cheers from a neighbor!
Donna: Europa is a gem. What did you get there? Glad you found me!
Izzy's Mama: I let the shop folks choose the sausage for me as I was overwhelmed by the choices. I haven't the foggiest which one though. I nibbled on it for days! Next time, I'll be prepared to write down their selections.
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