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Kilka słów o pracy w kuchni. // Few words about working in the kitchen.

aho's homemade food

for Jota and Griego –
the other two of the Bermuda Triangle.

I worked in many restaurants before. My adventure with hospitality begun a long time ago: underaged and broke I searched for a place that would hire an outcast, a high-schooler who decided to become an adult prematurely. Knowing close to nothing about the city-life, a country bumpkin who has just left the secure and the known of the hamlet to conquer new lands – I couldn’t have had any preconceptions about the job hunting scene. To what extent was it a coincidence then, that while looking for a first job ever (being abruptly faced with the reality of paying own rent) I turned my eyes to the food industry?

The restaurant business is rough, you see. No matter a chef or a waiter, working in the food industry is for the tough-skinned. Forget about regular working hours, weekends…

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Big thank you! Dziękujemy!

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Krakow’s famous obwarzanek. An introduction.

As promised, and article on the most delicious and iconic bread in Kraków: obwarzanek. I do hope all of you will find time to visit this amazing city (my favourite in the whole wide world!), and try obwarzanek. If not, do not worry! We have prepared a special Kraków Table, which will be available at … Continue reading Krakow’s famous obwarzanek. An introduction.

A Foreigner’s Guide to Polish Weddings

I don't know how many of you had a chance to participate in Polish wedding craziness. It's a true survival for those who are not accustomed to partying hard, eating loads, and dancing til the shoes have to be taken off the swollen feet (and the dancing continues anyway, barefoot this time!). to make things … Continue reading A Foreigner’s Guide to Polish Weddings