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Handcrafted Products Made with Old World Tradition

Breaking bread, celebrating special occasions over delicious home-made food and raising a toast or two with family and friends - have long been a Polish tradition. Regardless of their ethnic background, people who grew up in or near traditional Polish neighborhoods often recall the aroma of freshly baked rye bread coming from Polish bakeries and that mouth-watering, smoky, garlicky scent of kielbasa wafting into the street from Polish sausage shops.
They may fondly recall streaming platters of pierogi (filled dumplings), and golabki (stuffed cabbage rolls) brought to the table by their friend's mothers, grandmothers or aunts.
There is an easy way to relive your wonderful memories, by visiting our two conveniently located markets. Inside you will find a wide array of traditional delights, from hearty soups and dumplings to choice meats and sausages and gourmet cakes and pastries. Also, you will find the irresistible amount of souvenirs and books expanding your knowledge about Polish culture and tradition.


The Bozek's  

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