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Polish Christmas Eve

Christmas Around the World, Europe, Poland

Polish Christmas Eve [email protected] 1) Hay: (under a tablecloth on a table and under the table. Signifies the stable. 2) Set an empty place setting for a stranger who may arrive at your door. 3) Prayer 4) Holy Bread or regular bread broken in pieces. Pass from the oldest to the youngest. Mother, oldest to

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MY Polish Christmas – a special one!

Christmas Around the World, Europe, Poland

MY Polish Christmas – a special one! emmabis … I would like to share my Polish experiences, because even though I have lived abroad for 21 years I observed Polish traditions, the Catholic faith, and taught both my children, who were born in Italy, my mother language, Polish, that they speak very well actually. We

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MY CHILDHOOD CHRISTMAS

Christmas Around the World, Europe, Poland

MY CHILDHOOD CHRISTMAS Basia The last day for a noisy party was November 30, Saint Andrew’s evening called “andrzejki” with mostly female gatherings. An evening of a fortune telling, magic spells, and a little bit of witchcraft . . . But, that is another story. December first was the beginning of an Advent, a wonderful

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Christmas Dinner

Christmas Around the World, Europe, Poland

Christmas Dinner rdj123 The food we have every year are as follows: Whiskey toast Piegori (of course) Beef Roll-ups Christmas Borscht Dessert – Christmas Bread Cake or Christmas Pudding. Note: I have gotten a lot of these recipes from http://www.newpoland.com/recipes.htm if anyone is interested in making these dishes Merry Christmas to all and to all

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