Are you new in town? Just passing through for a few days? A resident of Krakow looking for some inspiration for new things to do and explore? Please join us for a Sunday Brunch in our Kazimierz home where you can get a taste of some traditional Polish foods as well as some typical American brunch classics. At the same time, my husband and I can offer you some unique perspectives on what Krakow has to offer. My husband is the music editor of the Krakow Post, as well as a music journalist writing for a number of publications in the US and UK. He can offer you an insider's guide on what is going on musically in Krakow - the best clubs for rock, jazz, classical, and everything in between. I have become somewhat of an amateur Krakow historian and know of some places and stories that aren't on the typical 'list of things to see in Krakow.' We would love to share our discoveries with you as well as a meal based on some traditional Polish recipes from my grandmothers and mother and some American recipes I learned during my days working for a caterer.
Feel free to bring your own alcohol
I am a psychologist who moved to Poland from the US over 3 years ago with my husband. Following his death, I moved around Poland a bit but now I am back in Krakow - the most beautiful city in Poland! I have always loved to cook and worked for a catering company while attending college. I still love hosting people at my home and cooking for them while sharing stories. My parents are originally from Poland and it has always been my dream to live in Poland and now I am fulfilling that dream.
I have learned some of the ins and outs of Gdansk and other Polish cities and would be very happy to share some tips with you as well as sharing a meal. Whether making homemade Polish food taught to me by my mother and grandmothers, or American classics - especially Tex-Mex fare - I find sharing food with strangers makes you friends instantly.