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Old 02-13-2019, 10:15 PM   #1
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Recipe needs translation. Sort of.

I found this recipe for bigots, Polish hunterís stew. It actually looks pretty good, but youíve gotta see the recipe! I really donít need it translated, itís in English, but it was obviously written by someone who doesnít speak English very well. At least when it comes to cooking terms! After I scratched my head a few times, I had to laugh.

Bigos; Polish Hunterís Stew

I would like to know what ďhunterís sausageĒ is though, if anyone knows.

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Old 02-14-2019, 04:25 AM   #2
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Sausage made with venison or boar/wild pig, I.e. something somebody would hunt I would think. Kielbasa would probably be good too.
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Old 02-14-2019, 07:25 AM   #3
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I found this recipe for bigots, Polish hunterís stew. It actually looks pretty good, but youíve gotta see the recipe! I really donít need it translated, itís in English, but it was obviously written by someone who doesnít speak English very well. At least when it comes to cooking terms! After I scratched my head a few times, I had to laugh.

Bigos; Polish Hunterís Stew

I would like to know what ďhunterís sausageĒ is though, if anyone knows.
Please forgive me Joel but, I had to laugh when I read that in bold..
I thought, "Do bigots really like Polish Stew?"

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Old 02-14-2019, 09:32 AM   #4
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Please forgive me Joel but, I had to laugh when I read that in bold..
I thought, "Do bigots really like Polish Stew?"

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I just saw that. It’s my stupid autocorrect. The correct word is “bigos.”

Why is it that when autocorrect gets things wrong, it gets them so VERY wrong?
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Old 02-14-2019, 09:33 AM   #5
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Sausage made with venison or boar/wild pig, I.e. something somebody would hunt I would think. Kielbasa would probably be good too.
It’ll have to be kielbasa; my local Smith’s is plumb out of wild boar and venison sausage!
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Old 02-14-2019, 09:54 AM   #6
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It's a dried sausage, similar to kielbasa, that hunters would take with them on a hunting trip

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Hunterís Sausage is popular in many countries, for example in Germany it is called Jadgwurst and in Italy Cacciatore. Polish Mysliwska Sausage (Hunterís Sausage) is made of pork and beef. Hunting always was a popular sport in Poland practiced originally by the nobility and even then by only well to do people. A hunter carried a big hunting bag where he kept the necessary tools, honey wine and food that had to last for a number of days. Mysliwska Sausage was a relatively short, heavily smoked semi-dry sausage that would make an ideal food or snack in those circumstances. Adding beef, prolonged smoking and juniper berries give the sausage its unique character and color. Unlike most sausages, Mysliwska sausage after smoking is baked in a smokehouse.
https://www.meatsandsausages.com/sau...ipes/mysliwska
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It's a dried sausage, similar to kielbasa, that hunters would take with them on a hunting trip



https://www.meatsandsausages.com/sau...ipes/mysliwska
I got curious and found that same page. Interesting that it's called hunter's sausage because it was popular with hunters and not because it was made with the meat they had hunted.

Here's the Wikipedia article. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/My%C5%9Bliwska
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Joel, I have had many a good giggle when I use Google to translate a Danish recipe for my DH.
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I just saw that. Itís my stupid autocorrect. The correct word is ďbigos.Ē

Why is it that when autocorrect gets things wrong, it gets them so VERY wrong?
Yup... Until recently, I didn't text... My daughter gets a kick out of some of my messages to her..

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