Polish cuisine is an eclectic mix of European food styles, including influence from Central Europe such as Germany and Austria, from the Slavic states Ukraine and Slovakia, and also from Jewish, Turkish and Italian culinary traditions. All of these exciting sources of inspiration have made Polish food a delicious and varied collection of foods that celebrates the wide-ranging flavors of European cuisine, that’s why it’s earned its place as one of our favorite cuisines.
At NetCost Market we’re always looking for ways we can help our local communities reconnect with their roots through food, and to encourage the sharing of new food experiences. From April 20 to May 10, we will be offering a selection of food that celebrates the vibrancy of Polish culture through its cuisine. For this three-week period, we will be offering Polish cold cut meats, pickles, pastries, sweets, and alcoholic beverages at discounted prices so you can celebrate the culture of this wonderful country through your taste buds! Below are just a few examples of what we will be offering, but come in store or check out our website to see our extensive range of Polish food products.
Kielbasa – Kielbasa is a type of sausage that originates from Central Europe, and is one that Poland has made its own! The variety of shapes, colors, and flavors that Kielbasa can feature is astonishing, it can be smoked, fried, baked or boiled! Pay a visit to the NetCost Market deli counter today and admire our extensive selection of Kielbasa, the hardest part will be deciding what to try first! It’s a good job you’ve got three weeks of deals!
Pickles – Pickles are a staple food in Poland as the nation was required to perfect the art of pickling to stave off hunger and ensure they could keep eating vegetables throughout the long harsh winters. Dill flavored pickled cucumber is a real favorite, but so is Polish-style Sauerkraut, pickled mushrooms, and sweet pickled onions! They’re the ideal, quick and easy snack on their own or great to add a healthy, vitamin packed boost side to your evening meal
Sweets – Poland has a rich sweet tradition that includes baked goods such as Paczki (Polish donuts), Sernik Cheesecake, and candies such as Krowki and Kukulki. At NetCost Market, we stock some of the most traditional Polish sweets including Ptasze Mleczko chocolates and Wadel’s Wafer Cakes. Try something a little different to your usual chocolate and candies, we promise you won’t be disappointed by these delightful sweet treats!
Polish Beer – Beer culture and tradition runs deep in Poland, with the country being renowned for making some of the best pilsners in the world. During our Polish Weeks sale, we will have offers on all of the Polish beer and liquors that we stock. Break away from your go to Coors and Budweiser and impress guests at your next BBQ or party with some fresh tasting, flavorful Polish Beers.
Make sure you take advantage of the extensive sales on offer in store. Pop down to your local NetCost Market from this Thursday 20th April and explore our range of exciting products specially selected by us for you.