Hah, most of them. :)
I'm not trying to nitpick, but commans are extremely important in Polish: To, co Polacy lubią
I'm not trying to nitpick too, but it's 'commas.' (It's just what if you've been studying English for the most part of your life and all this time have been saying 'commans'??? Then I HAVE to say it, right?)
Agree. I'm living in a student dorm in poland with a shared kitchen and I rarely see polish students cooking any vegetables :D
while Polish breakfast and supper can be, and of often is without vegetables. Polish dinner (or lunch) usually has a lot of it, especially if you count potatoes.
Soup, salad and potatoes are as essential to my understanding of dinner as meat is :)
Sounds American! But it has something deep fried, made of corn, and something with butter, right?
I feel called out :'> I live in Oklahoma, and because of where we are on the map, we can't decide if we're southern or midwestern. So I see a lot of cow meat, sweet tea and potatoes. and now I'm hungry.
No vegetables? How about golabki, kapusta, buraki, salata, marchew,pierogiz kwiasna kapusta, kapusta z grochem. We ate all those when I was a child.