Haxel Events & Incentive is a Polish MICE company with 22 years of experience in assisting the corporate clients. Our core services include Incentive, Conferences, Meetings, Congresses, Seminars, Galas & Jubilees, Product Launch and Adventure.
Polish cuisine ( Polish: kuchnia polska ['kuxɲa ˈpɔlska]) is a style of cooking and food preparation originating in or widely popular in Poland. Polish cuisine has evolved over the centuries to become very eclectic due to Poland's history. Polish cuisine shares many similarities with other Slavic countries, especially Belarusian, Ukrainian and Russian cuisines.
EU certifications have recently become a much sought-after ennoblement for regional food products, and since Poland's accession in 2004, several ancestral regional recipes have been invited to join this elite club.
Looking back, and now having time to digest what I saw and felt, I was greatly moved by this land and its people. So let me take you for a walk through one aspect of what I learned and what I felt this country stood for, using food as an extension of...
Polish food is fast becoming the food of the moment, particularly as the shadow of communism has faded to allow a democratic and economically stable Poland to flourish. In fact, it's been 25 years since communism fell and, in that time, Poland has tr...
It is a well-known fact that every tourist to Poland will want to sample the country’s alcohol bounty, but regrettably those intoxicated travellers often resort to western fast-food chains in order to satiate their drunken appetite. This is all the more saddening since Polish streets are filled with affordable local delights for those who know where to look.
(Polish cuisine sign) Due to American's growing interest in Polish cuisine, Gourmet News, a business newspaper for the gourmet industry, interviewed Tomasz Piszczek, the founder of Polska Foods, and wrote an interesting article about how and why Polish food is transforming in America and abroad, and why people want to buy pierogi with a new twist.
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