We cook in farmhouses, using the same ingredients and methods my grandmothers used, and then learn modern Polish cuisine from city chefs.
Bozeman, Montana (PRWEB) March 18, 2008
Poland Culinary Vacations, Inc. has launched a new Web site illustrated by colorful images of Polish food, landscapes, architecture, festivals and people. PolandCulinaryVacations.com offers unique, escorted cooking vacations in Poland. Until end of May '08, visitors can sign up for a Charter Membership and receive a discount on trips.
Malgorzata (Sarna) Rose, a native of Poland, now living in Montana with her American husband, personally designed each trip using a combination of rural tourism -- known locally as agrotourism -- and a slow-vacation approach.
"Only a native can help you discover and fully experience the authentic Poland," says Rose, who created each itinerary in collaboration with local people. "We cook in farmhouses, using the same ingredients and methods my grandmothers used, and then learn modern Polish cuisine from city chefs."
Guest accommodations are in castles or palaces during the agricultural part of the trip, and in first-class hotels in urban areas.
In addition to hands-on and demonstration-style cooking lessons, Rose's itineraries include side trips to neighborhood markets and Polish food festivals for samples of local breads, cheeses, preserves, sausages, wild game dishes, beer, honey wines and world-renowned vodkas. Blueberry and mushroom hunting are also on the agenda, as well as visits to cultural sites.
A map of Poland, regional descriptions, and trip itineraries are available at http://www.PolandCulinaryVacations.com. By filling in a name, e-mail address, city and country, visitors can sign up for Charter Membership and earn a 10 percent discount on any trip, starting in June 2008.
Malgorzata (Sarna) Rose, President
Poland Culinary Vacations, Inc.
Bozeman, MT 59718
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