It is the time of year here in Bydgoszcz where a lot of restaurants serve a lot of goose dishes and I love goose, so I am in heaven now when we eat out. The other weekend there was a festival just outside of town that was all about goose, I was so there!
The girls and I along with a friend and her daughter we head down there to check it out. It was absolutely worth the 40 minute drive to it.
Guess what my girls are getting in their Christmas stockings this year?
I love these but not a clue where I would put them in my house!
Are these not neat to eat? Best $3(10 zloty) I have spent in a long time on my newest kitchen gadget so I make these myself. Thanksgiving next week will be fun.
If you needed some luck then there was lots of rabbit feet to purchase to all the luck you could needed.
Are these not the cutest magnets? I am kicking myself I didn’t get a few for $2(7 zltoy).
Lots of wooden items to choose them yet again this festival.
Polish pottery AND I didn’t buy any!!
There even was a kids area inside one of the buildings.
This smelled heavenly!! They were baking this bread fresh right there in that trailer. A bit on the expensive side but totally worth it.
Just a few people at the festival. Oh and yes, all these tents where selling some sort of food!
Not sure what this was called but this was AMAZING! It was spatzle, sauerkraut, cheese, spices.
Homemade goodies that looked amazing.
Goose sausage anyone?
This was the best goose goulash but then this is the only goose goulash I have ever eaten.
What festival would be complete without eating warm smoked cheese?
The girls LOVE this big potato chip.
Who would imagine that there is this many types of homemade fruit wine?
These are awesome!! They are some kind of honey cake thing.
Waited in line for 10 minutes to get a goose pierogi that they were making right there on the spot.
Totally worth the wait!
Sorry guys but you will someone’s dinner next week.
More goose pierogi’s to eat!
This was something called Czulent. It was beans, goose, onion and a few other things and it was wonderful! I paid $1.50 (5 zloty) for that serving. It is an original recipe from 1909.
During the festival they also had cooking demonstrations throughout the 2 days of the festival. I wish I had more time there as they looked so good.
If you wanted a fresh goose to take home to cook yourself there were many options from local farmers to get one.
They even had a few crafts for sale! I feel in love with this purse but unfortunately I ran out of money by the time we got to this booth.
It was one of the funnest 4 hours that I have had in a long time. It was a good thing that I went with a friend who likes to try new foods as much as I do as we split all of the food in half so we could try twice as much!
Growing up my family hunted and ate Canadian Geese quite often so living in Poland and eating all this delicious food made be a bit homesick.
Do you eat goose? If so, what is your favorite way to eat it? I was brought up just roasting it but after this festival I am going to have to say…in pierogi’s!