Entitled Honey Cakes and Latkes: Recipes from the Old World, the cookbook is not about what prisoners were forced to eat in the camp but rather an affirmation of life, before and after the camp, told through the unifying medium of food recipes.
A reception centre for war refugees from Ukraine has opened at Warsaw's Western Bus Terminal.
PsiBufet has had meetings with leading British and American brands operating in the market, with the British firm and global leader in the segment Butternut Box being so impressed that they have become one of the most recent investors in the Warsaw based firm.
Over two thirds of Poles in a Monday-published survey by the SW Research pollster see the Christmas season as a time for reinforcing family ties.
After surviving four cancer operations and being forced to live in communal housing and on handouts, mum of two Patrycja Wydrzyńska from Gdańsk says she has emerged from her troubles stronger and now wants to help others who need assistance.
Dubbed the ‘streetbus’, the vehicle has been adapted to provide hot drinks and warms clothes to those in need of them most.
With doctors and nurses in the frontline in the fight against coronavirus, restaurants and members of the public have been rallying around to make sure they have enough food to keep them going.
It might sound batty to go to a stranger’s home and sit down to eat their food. But after a string of disappointing tourist-trap restaurants Marta Bradshaw and her husband Mark came up with an idea...
In a well-heeled part of town, the newly-refurbished milk bar attracts young and old and suits from the nearby ministries.