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Grilled Chicken and Sausage Jambalaya

Serious Eats Joshua Bousel 2 comments

Jambalaya may seems like an oddity for the grill, but slightly smoky and charred grilled sausage, chicken, and tomatoes add a great flavor to the final dish. More

Market Tours: Jubilat Provisions, South Brooklyn's Source for Housemade Kielbasa

New York Lauren Rothman 2 comments

When it opened in 1992, Jubilat Provisions' neighborhood of south Park Slope was heavily Polish. Though the neighborhood has changed and is now also home to Latin American immigrants and native-born Americans, Jubilat's extensive selection of housemade, house-cured meats has kept the locals coming in for two decades. More

Meat and Potato Quiche

Serious Eats Sydney Oland 1 comment

There are those that consider quiche to be a delicate, light and—dare I say, feminine dish. This quiche goes against many of those traits by setting sausage, kielbasa and bacon in the classic egg custard and pastry crust. More

Hot Dog of the Week: Krakus Market in Philadelphia

Hot Dog of the Week Hawk Krall 4 comments

A few weeks ago we featured the kielbasa from Swiacki Meats in Port Richmond; this week it's a kielbasa variety from nearby Krakus Market, a full-service Polish grocery store and restaurant that also has a staggering variety of house-cured Polish meats and sausages. More

Hot Dog of the Week: Kielbasa from Swiacki Meats in Philadelphia

Hawk Krall 8 comments

While not really a "hot dog," kielbasa is definitely a holiday tradition that any encased meat lover can appreciate. Especially in Philadelphia where the lines at Swiacki Meats are out the door pretty much from Black Friday to New Year's day. More

Sausage City: Alpine Kielbasa at Gene's Sausage Shop

Chicago Blake Royer 4 comments

Gene's Sausage Shop in Lincoln Square is a towering, multi-story ode to good eating: 40 varieties of house-made sausages and cured meats (many of which are smoked at their large Belmont location), a full service staff of butchers who cut to order, a stock of hard to find game meats, a tremendous selection of beer and wine, and a carefully curated grocery from near and far. More

Hot Dog of the Week: Cleveland's Polish Boy

Hot Dog of the Week Hawk Krall 17 comments

It's fitting that Cleveland's signature dish is the Polish Boy: a grilled kielbasa on a hefty roll topped with cole slaw, a pile of french fries, and lubricated with generous amounts of barbecue and/or hot sauce. It's a perfect representation of a city with a long history of Eastern European sausage-making and Southern-style barbecue, with a touch of Chicago thrown in for good measure (the "fries on the dog" style are reminiscent of Chicago's minimalist "depression dog" joints). More

Cook the Book: Slovak Sauerkraut Soup

Serious Eats Caroline Russock 9 comments

[Photograph: Caroline Russock] Out of all of the hearty, meal-worthy soups in The Best Soups in the World by Clifford A. Wright this Slovak Sauerkraut Soup was one of the most appealing of the bunch. I love choucroute garnie, a... More

Biala Kielbasa with Pierogi and Sauerkraut

Serious Eats Barbara Hanson 2 comments

The sausage for this recipe was bought at W-Nassau Meat Market ("Kiska") in Greenpoint, Brooklyn. The pierogi and sauerkraut are from the Green Farms Supermarket, directly across the street, which you can read about on Serious Eats: New York.... More

Sausage Art in Russia

Erin Zimmer 2 comments

Hypothetical conversation between watercolors, pastels, and sausage: Watercolors and pastels (to sausage): You think you can be part of the art community? You think you have what it takes? Sausage: Yes. Watch me. I'll go do it in Russia. And that's just what happened. We weren't sure if we had covered this before, but then realized, we had just covered many other instances of meat artwork. Previously Meat Paintings Photo of the Day: Meatscapes Amazing Charcuterie Floor 'Pig Meets Its Potential'... More

Winter Comfort Food

Nathalie Jordi Post a comment

Unless you're fortunate enough to live south of the tropic of Cancer, you're probably, like us, freezing your fanny off. The blogs on my blogroll are all offering up wintry recipes, and I'm getting warm just reading them.... Orangette's pureed up some celery root soup Fresh Approach Cooking is making ricotta-and-herb dumplings Simply Recipes' kitchen smells like dirty socks...[stuffed pork chops with kielbasa and sauerkraut] Joanne at thepassionatecook is nostalgic for Christmas [pain perdu (French toast) with apple & cranberry compote] World On A Plate is drinking chocolatey Mexican champurrado... More

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