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David Huerta

a Mexican living in Poland. Football fan, blogger, graduated from SGH

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  • Sara Kowalczyk

    i know foreigners who like chrzan and i dont clap when the plane arrives   and i do not understand that. Carpets everywhere are rather a turkish thing. you cannot make vodka from everything, but you can make a liqour from vodka and anything. Ask german about their wursts, i guess its more sacred for them than for us. We eat schabowy 😛

  • Michał Kałużka

    Come on, you could at least write that chrzan is horseradish and kielbasa is sausage, more ppl would understand what you’re writing about. This with carpets applies to you or the older generation maybe? If so, what a strange looking garden you must have:)

  • Iain Cardno

    I think Sara that he got confused between rugs and carpets, I am yet to be in a carpeted Polish house…in fact my wife still thinks carpets are dirty! My only thing was regarding Chzran, it’s THE traditional condiment for beef in the UK so maybe it’s just a European thing?

  • Chrzan (horseradish) is common in many countries, UK, wasabi in Japan and I am yet to see a carpet in someone’s kitchen but the rest is pretty much spot on 😉