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  • n. Traditional Polish cabbage rolls made with minced meat and tomato sauce.


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Polish gołąbki


  • The rolls are called golabki (ga-whump-key) (there is a thingy underneath the "L" that makes the pronunciation different) in Polish (the word means "little pigeons").


  • It bears traditional Polish specialties such as golabki (stuffed cabbage rolls), kapusta (pork and cabbage) and banianka (pumpkin soup).

    The Political Briefing

  • She makes her own golabki go-wompki for her stuffed cabbage soup.

    Tom Keshishian: Chef Tom: Soup's On at The Lunch Café

  • We look forward to her golabki and babka I knew the Polish names for the cabbage rolls and cake that Miss Edith shared with us, and I wanted to show off to Mara.


  • But I would go back and try other dishes like the pierogi, kielbasa which was at least 10 inches long, the kotlet schabowy, which is a breaded pork lion, the golabki, which is stuffed cabbage, or the royal plate which is a combo with pierogi, golabki, and gulasz which is a pork or beef stew.

    Archive 2006-07-01

  • However when the longing for home calls longest and loudest, a big pot of golabki pronounced go-wom-key is sure to make an appearance.

    Archive 2006-05-01

  • At this slick Wicker Park restaurant and lounge, the menu features potato pierogi, golabki, borscht, kielbasa, and a few items you probably wouldn't recognize if you didn't grow up with a babcia cooking for you.

    Chicago Reader

  • Without wishing this piece to descend into a collection of boorish Winnerisms, I can report that the borsch (beetroot soup) was marvellous, and the golabki TravelStream? ? Recent Entries at

  • Each participant will be treated to a supper of the casserole version and then learn to make the traditional golabki.


  • The menu features sauerkraut and kielbasa stew, pierogi and golabki-stuffed cabbage in tomato sauce ....

    Metro Times


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