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Old 07-19-2019, 02:31 PM
pulykamell is offline
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Originally Posted by Royal Nonesutch View Post
I assume that probably everyone reading this already knows that at least here in Poland, oscypek is traditionally served and eaten hot, warmed on a small charcoal grill and then slathered with cranberry jam, which I assume is used to help cut the overwhelming saltiness, but as I don't care for cranberry too much, it isn't of any help to me.
Huh I guess it’s been about fifteen years since I’ve been in Poland, but my dad and his whole family is from Zakopane and I’ve never had it served that way. (And I’ve been to Zakopane about ten times.) Always cold, as a slice. I am familiar with it being served that way but, at least among my Oscypek eating family and family friends, only raw. Maybe they were just lazy.

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