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Polish Village Cafe with the DDC
February 2, 2010, 3:14 am
Filed under: food, soups, Uncategorized

Tonight myself and the DDC (Detroit Dinner Club, a fledgling group of sorts) went to the Polish Village Cafe in Hamtramck for dinner. Most of what I ate was potatoes 5 different ways, but it was all delicious. The highlight, however, was the Dill Pickle Soup.

I have every intention of making a batch with some of the pickles I have from this summer. It calls for sour cream… maybe I’ll use creme fraiche?

I also indulged in a plate of sauerkraut. what would an authentic Eastern European meal be without sauerkraut? I feel like I was eating the dinner I should have been raised on.

I’ll post a pickle soup recipe as soon as I actually make it.

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That pickle soup sounds bomb, B-Bear. Pour some out for your homies in California. Or, on second thought, slurp some up for your homies.

Comment by uriel

i made dill pickle soup at home and it was fab! not as good as polish village, but really good and easy

Comment by stacey




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