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Core Foods Cereal Grains: wheat, rye, buckwheat and barley Other core foods: potatoes, beets, cabbage, carrots, mushrooms, and cucumbers.
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Secondary Food & Peripheral  Food Most popular meat : Pork Other meat for secondary food: beef, ham, sausage and fish No special food during holidays – larger quantity of daily dishes.
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Who – When – Where – How  Women in Poland Right before the meal/ahead of time for big celebration In the kitchen For the veggies, usually boiled. Meat like pork usually breaded and fried.
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Meal Cycles 4 meals a day Breakfast (Sniadanie) – between 6 – 8 am “Second Breakfast” – between 11 am – 1 pm Lunch (Abiad) – between 4 – 6 pm Supper (Wieczerza) – between 8 – 9 pm 3 course meal : Appetizer, Main Course, Dessert
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Appetizer
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Main Course
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Dessert
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Who shares the meal? Family Every Sunday is very important The older generation get to take the food first
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TABLE APPOINTMENTS USED ON THE DINNER TABLE Placing the appointment correctly – fork left, knife and spoon, right. Water glass above knife. (Breakfast, cup & saucers to the right). Dessert fork spoon and knife above dinner plate. Side plate, above or to the left of forks.
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