Poland

Poland

The Mythical Polish Moonshine That Apparently Leaves No Hangover

Bimber, a homebrew traditionally made with yeast or rye, has been produced illegally in Poland since the 19th century.
Kamila Rymajdo
1.22.19
Poland

Poland's Tatar Food Is a Dumpling Wonderland

“Tatar food is made up of the whole of Asia. Everywhere where Tatars have been, they’ve absorbed the cuisine.”
Kamila Rymajdo
7.10.18
Easter

Ham- and Egg-Filled Easter Baskets Are a Proud Polish Tradition

“People come with their baskets containing eggs, bread, salt, horseradish, ham. Egg is the main component because it’s the symbol of life.”
Kamila Rymajdo
3.30.18
Restaurants

Everything I Learned from Eating at 16 Different Hard Rock Cafes Around the World

My love affair with the rock and roll-themed restaurant chain began in 2013.
Lauren Brigden
1.24.18
Poland

Some of Warsaw's Best Candy Is Sold in the Cemetery

In the Polish capital, All Saints’ Day is a time to remember saints, martyrs, and loved ones—and to gorge on delicious sweets known as pańska skórka, sold at makeshift stalls in the city’s cemeteries.
Kamila Rymajdo
11.6.17
polish food

In Search of Poland’s Post-Communist Pizza Baguette

As a kid in Poland, I grew up eating zapiekanki, a loaded cheesy baguette snack popularised by street vendors after the collapse of the Soviet Union.
Kamila Rymajdo
9.8.17
The 2017 Photo Issue

Haunting Photos Show Intimate Scenes of Small-Town Life in America

Photographers Adam Lach and Alec Soth share their work in our annual photo issue.
Alec Soth
Adam Lach
8.14.17
Internet Videos Of Particular Importance

Hey Nerds, Here’s Six-and-a-Half Hours of Radiohead Shows to Watch

Full sets from recent shows in the Netherlands, Italy, and Poland were uploaded to radiohead.tv at the start of the weekend.
Alex Robert Ross
7.31.17
The VICE Guide to Right Now

Auschwitz Officials Slam Congressman's Gas Chamber Video

Louisiana Republican Clay Higgins filmed himself from inside the former concentration camp calling for a stronger US military.
Lauren Messman
7.6.17
hangover cures

Pickle Brine Is Why the Polish Don’t Get Hangovers

“It’s the same as having a cup of tea in Britain. But what makes it good for a hangover is the sourness. It kills the horrible aftertaste of any alcoholic mix and gives you an energetic kick.”
Kamila Rymajdo
5.27.17
Europe

Portraits of Europe's Most Popular Kebabs

From the famous Turkish döner of Berlin to Holland’s monster kapsalon topped with Gouda, kebabs are Europe’s favourite drunk food. We took a look at how this grilled meat snack differs around the Continent.
Maciek Piasecki
Mihai Popescu
5.12.17
London

A Polish Expat’s Guide to Eating Polish Food in London

With an estimated 830,000 Poles living in Britain, London is awash with handmade pierogi, beetroot borsch, and proper Polish wódka. You just have to know where to look.
Kasia Górecka
4.5.17
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