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Berlin, 23 September 2016

Our first dinner in this year’s edition of EAT POLSKA/EAT POLAND project took place on Friday, September 23 in BergBurg studio. It is located in Berlin’s Weding district, in an ancient tools factory, today transformed into loft apartments. The beautiful interior with a view to U-bahn trains passing by, the intimate character of the yet undiscovered part of Berlin, the subtle decorations prepared by Kwiaty&Miut​ flower shop, the menu created by Mickey Rotten (Michał Gniłka) together with Magdalena Święciaszek​, the ceramics from small polish manufactures, the wines selected by one of Poland’s most talented sommeliers, Paweł Białobrodzki from Dyletanci​, clothes from Kaaskas and bags from Elementy – all these elements made up a delightful event. Our guests were journalists and bloggers writing about culinary art, wines and lifestyle. 

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Prague, 26 September 2016

The third dinner was held in Prague in a beautiful wooden Pavilon Grebovka. At a long table decorated with bouquets and candles sat Czech journalists, bloggers and actors. We welcomed them with the starter specially dedicated to our Czech guests - knedliczki with sheep cheese and cranberries. We were surprised with a very warm, spontaneous atmosphere that our Czech friends brought to the table. At the end of the evening we had a group photo. Thank you, Prague - it was a fantastic evening, will be back for sure, and we also know that some of you are planning a culinary trip to Poland. We’ll be there to welcome you!

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Bratislava, 29 October 2016

Our dinner in Slovakia was held at a picturesque vineyard Neco Modra near Bratislava. The menu we served presented the modern face of the Polish products. As a starter we served halušky with poppy, lovage and bryndza sheep cheese from Podhale region – a dish inspired by the local cuisine. We combined it with matching wines, including wines from Poland and Slovakia. We hosted not only people from the culinary circles - journalists, bloggers and chefs - but also those involved in fashion and design. They especially liked the fashion brands we presented - Kaaskas and Elementy and Polish ceramics crafted by KOOE Ceramics Studio, FENEK, Spiek Ceramiczny, Ani Ani Mosaic Ceramics Studio. Thank you for the warm welcome Bratislava!

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Budapest, 2 October 2016

The last dinner of this year's EAT POLAND/EAT POLSKA tournée was held in Budapest. On the last floor of a beautiful 19th century tenement, in a former painter's atelier, we set up a long table, beautifully decorated by the florist shop Kwiaty&Miut. This time our chef was Marek Flisiński, the chef of Water&Wine restaurant. He prepared a 5-course menu inspired by both local products from around Nałęczów, and by Hungarian cuisine. Before serving the courses, he said that he drew inspiration from the recipes of Zsofie Mautner, the author of many coobooks popular in Hungary, who was also our guest at the dinner. The menu among others consisted of: lard spread with apples and caramelised onion, goat butter and bread, sturgeon on letcho with salo, lamb on baba ghanoush paste with caraway, and last but not least, excellent jerusalem artichoke ice cream with apple and sunflower seeds for dessert, which went perfectly with Hungarian tokay szamorodni! We paired the dishes with matching wines from Poland, Hungary and France. During the dinner the guests learned about the revolutionary changes in the Polish gastronomy and discovered interesting Polish food products and new fashion and ceramics brands.

 

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Ryga, 14 September 2015

    

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Tallinn, 16 September 2015

    

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Helsinki, 20 September 2015

     

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Sztokholm, 23 September 2015

       

 

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Downloads

Baltic recipes (PDF, 2MB)
Press release (PDF, 75 kB)


Partnerzy

The event is co-financed by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Poland as part of the "Cooperation in the field of public diplomacy 2016".