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Polish Christmas Tradition With “Polly Eats London”

16 December @ 11:30 am - 1:30 pm

Polish Christmas traditions with Polly Eats London

In Poland, Christmas Eve Dinner – called Wigilia – is the most important celebration of Christmas and the day of the main feast. Tradition calls for 12 meat-free courses, cooked specifically for this special evening and only once a year. One should try every dish and dessert served to secure good luck throughout the upcoming 12 months.

Dominika Kaliszewska, a former journalist and the author of the blog “Polly Eats London”, will take us through the culinary tradition and traditional flavours of Wigilia. She will demonstrate how to make small mushroom dumplings, called uszka, served with red beetroot soup – borscht. The demonstration will be followed by tasting traditional Christmas Eve dishes prepared and served by the Polly Eats London team.

The event will be hosted at a member’s house in Parsons Green. On departure, each guest will receive a small Christmas gift from Polly Eats London.

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