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Ring Kiszka - 6 Packages
Ring Kiszka - 6 Packages


 
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Our Price: $39.00

Product Code: 72A
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This Polish favorite made with buckwheat groats, pork livers, and beef blood. Spiced with black pepper, marjoram, and large sweet onions. Stuffed into natural casings then smoked and fully cooked.
(6 / 15 OZ Packages)

Average Rating: 5 of 5 Total Reviews: 21 Write a review »

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Good product, high shipping costs February 20, 2018
Reviewer: D BURNS from WA United States  
I have been looking for Kiska for a while and it is not easy to buy where I live.  I remember cooking it as a kid and having it every weekend morning for breakfast with eggs. While I really love the product, paying $50 to ship in cold packs seems crazy.  Kowalski would do better by freezing it and shipping it in packed dry ice.  I order perishable steaks all the time and the shipping costs are less than half what Kowalski charges and it arrives packed in dry ice. That said, it is very good Kiska and having to buy the minimum amount (6), it will satisfy my craving for quite a while!

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Service January 10, 2018
Reviewer: ANTHONY ZUZGA from MIDLAND , MI United States  
Quick service and quality of product ordered; five stars.
Would like to order other products.  Send list.
Thank you

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Found Kiszka need to find Kapusta December 28, 2017
Reviewer: dave oakland from moundsville, WV United States  
I buy a dozen Kiszkas around the holidays and distribute them among the Hunkies in the Ohio Valley, I was working at the Ford plant River Rouge in the 80s when  I found  your store, the only ones in the Wheeling WV area are called Silver Star they are garbage, The Internet helped me reunite with the best Kiszka money can buy

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Kiszka and eggs December 20, 2017
Reviewer: Anonymous Person from Madison, WI  
Although my ancestors were German, they came from Russian occupied Poland.  Kiszka was always a staple in our house growing up.  

I'm not sure how the rest of you cook it, but in our house, we remove the casing, place it in a pan that has a little water, and stir the mixture as it softens.  Then we add eggs (4 eggs per ring).  Stir the mixture until the eggs are cooked.

Enjoy!

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Kiszka December 8, 2017
Reviewer: JOAN STACHOW from WESTON , FL United States  
What can I say?  Their all gone already. Nothing even close in Ft. Lauderdale area. Need to order more, will wait til after the holidays.

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