Poles and Jews shared one land for over 1,000 years. What a great influence these two different cultures have had on each other, we can experience thanks to old recipes. You will get know the dishes considered to be icons of Polish cuisine, in a fact having its roots in Jewish houses. Together we will braid and bake the most seductive Shabbat pastry, challah. With Marta, the founder of Eataway, I will prepare a unique Ashkenazi menu. According to grandmothers recipes, coming from old books, you will taste herring, soup, one-pot dish and sweets, beloved by citizens of Cracow's Kazimierz. You will also have a chance to taste kosher liquors, produced in Poland. At the common table, we will reach Ashkenazi culinary alchemy and experience a piece of the world, of already not existing, the biggest Jewish diaspora in Europe.
Hi :) I'm Sabina. I'm a rolling stone, food designer involved in many culinary projects. Since studying at the Academy of Fine Arts in Krakow, I started to discover how fascinating and multicultural history stands behind my city. My grandma ran a bakery, I was brought up on best quality rolls, bread and pastries. I'm the owner of Głodne Kawałki, catering specializing in party food and founder of Mecyje, group of cooks discovering Polish and Jewish culinary roots. I cooperate with Polin Museum in Warsaw. My second home is in Athens