The most important meal of the day is
In Poland we usually have meals at home. Real home cooking is the
healthiest of all.
For breakfast we usually have cereals, bread, eggs,sausages,
tomatoes and we drink milk or tea.
Most people have a light breakfast.
Between 10 o' clock and 12 o' clock people have
In Poland children usually have sandwiches or they buy food at the
school cafeteria. They eat sandwiches and sweets.
The main meal of the day is .
People usually eat this about 3 p m. Mums usually make meals for the
family. A traditional dinner is chicken or meat with potatoes and a salad.
4 lb sauerkraut
1 lb beef cubes
1 lb smoked butt
1 lb spareribs
1/4 lb bacon
1 can tomatoes)
2 cup water
1 lb loin pork chops
1 lb sausage
1/2 cup onions
1 oz mushrooms
2 tbsp flour
Brown the beef, pork and spareribs in a large heavey pot. Put the
browned meats and the smoked butt with 1 cup of water into a
separate, covered pan and simmer until tender, the pork chops about
1/2 hour, the butt about 1 hour, beef 1 1/2 to 2 hours and spareribs
2 hours. Pour off all the fat from the first pot and put in the
sauerkraut and one cup of water. Chop the cabbage fine and add to
sauerkraut. Cover and cook until cabbage is tender, about 30 minutes.
Remove lid and keep pot on a very low simmer. In a third pan, fry
bacon until crisp, then crumble into sauerkraut mixture. Remove most
of the bacon fat and fry onions and flour until they just brown. Mix
into sauerkraut mixture. Remove the meats from the second pan as they
become tender. Cut away fat and bone and cut into small pieces. Add
to sauerkraut mixture. Skim the fat off the meat juices and add to
sauerkraut mixture. Take off skin from kielbasa and cut into slices.
Add to sauerkraut mixture with the tomatoes. Salt, pepper to taste.
Bring to a boil, simmer 5 minutes and serve hot.
After the main course sometimes people have dessert. We usually have
fruit or a piece of cake.
In the evening about 7 p m we usually have .
For supper we usually have sandwiches, yoghurt, a milk soup or sweets.
We also drink a cup of tea or milk.
Jakub M., class 6 b, Primary School No 5,
Bielsk Podlaski, Poland