WPNA.FM Ep. 5 Super Bowl Food

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WPNA.FM Episode 5 – 4 February 2021 – Super Bowl food

In this episode, Peter and Adela of  WPNA.FM 103.1 FM, a Chicago area radio station are talking with Anna about how to Polish your Super Bowl party. Listen in: 

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You can listen to more of Anna on WPNA.fm 103.1 FM every Thursday at 4pm CST or on-line here.

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SUPER BOWL FOOD


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1 Comment

  1. Anna, pozdrowienia from Joliet, IL, home of the Blues Brothers(lol). I want you to know I am a first-generation Polish American, born in Chicago to 2 hard-working Polish immigrants who suffered terribly at the hands of the Nazis in WWII but made it out alive, and God blessed them when a female cousin (kuzynka) sponsored them over to America. I grew up on the south side of Chicago for the first 18 years then went to college in Iowa and then I enlisted in the Army after college and started my married life a week before I had to leave for basic training. Put in my 4 years and took a job here in Joliet in 1977 and have raised my family of 4 well-rounded children who have so far blessed us with 8 grandchildren(wnuki). I attended Polish school for 11 years on Saturdays and marched in the Polish May Day parades in full Krakowiak outfits. Why am I telling you all this? Because I wanted to let you know how much your videos mean to me. You see, taking a long trip to my parent’s home country is #1 on my wife Joyce’s and mine bucket list. I am 70 yo and still full time employed but think I will call it a career in 2 years and that trip to Poland is first on our list. Till then, your Kitchen Closed videos are the absolute best travel blogs that there ever was. Your attention to small details is so helpful such as telling what you paid in zloty and/or groszy and what that translates in US dollars. So helpful. And your little tips about finding the best bang for your buck in restaurants are the best. One that comes to mind is your tip to find the real, common people’s ‘bar mleczny’ for the best price and selection. Please keep that up and more. And please continue to visit and expand your reviews of the beautiful churches and cathedrals and all the wonderful historical sites and military memorials. It is exactly what we want to see when we finally make it over to Poland. My father (‘ojciec’) was on the ORP General Haller on 1 Sept 39 and was involved in the very first second of WWII. He talked to me extensively about his time in Gdansk, Gdynia, and Westerplatte. Szczecin too. What my parents endured and how they survived, met, married, and came to America would make an award-winning movie I believe. But your cookbook, which I own an autographed copy of, is just wonderful. Thank you for making it easy for me to revive my childhood memories of Mama cooking in our kitchen. Right now I am going to look for the same PYK sweatshirt that your husband is wearing in the “What to Do With 1 Day in Gdansk. I hope to hear back from you and God Bless (Boźe błogosław) you and your family.

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