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Christmas Traditions of the Polish People - Eastern European Food
Polish Christmas Eve - Wigilia - and Christmas Day are two of the holiest days of the year to Roman Catholics along with Easter.
Polish Christmas Traditions - Eastern European Food - About.com
Polish Christmas Eve - Wigilia - and Christmas Day are two of the holiest days of the year to Roman Catholics along with Easter.
Polish Christmas Recipes and Traditions - Eastern European Food
Here you will find decriptions of and links to recipes for a traditional Polish Christmas.
Poland Christmas Traditions - Christmas Traditions in Poland
Polish Christmas traditions are drawn from both Catholic and pagan beliefs. The holiday season is a special time of year in Poland, with Christmas celebrated ...
Polish Christmas Eve Supper Recipes Collection
Wigilia, literally meaning "vigil," is the main focus of Polish Christmas. .... Star Cookies Recipe - Recipe for Traditional Polish Gwiazdki z Nieba or Heave.
Polish Christmas Customs, Traditions and Recipes - Eastern ...
Christmas is one of the most important religious holidays in Poland, with Christmas Eve taking precedence over Christmas Day and Easter. Here are the ...
Polish Christmas Ornament Making - Eastern European Food
The museum offers workshops throughout the year to keep alive the traditions of the homeland. Here are pictures of an ornament-making workshop in 2008.
Traditional Polish Holiday Dessert Recipes Collection
My Polish family started baking for Christmas around St. Nicholas Day, Dec. 6. The tasty treats we made were so full of butter and sugar, they theoretically could  ...
Pictures of a Wigilia Dinner at the Polish Museum of America
The Polish Museum of America holds a wigilia or Christmas Eve dinner every several ... Polish Americans and those of other ethnicities with this beautiful tradition.
Polish Wigilia Christmas Eve - Wigilia Polish Christmas Eve Dinner
Flickr by PolishSausageQueen. Definition: Literally the Polish word for "vigil" but commonly used in reference to the traditional Polish Christmas Eve dinner.
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