Vegan Polish Dinner at Bubbies with Hamtramck's Nosh Pit

Feb 16th

Vegan Polish Dinner at Bubbies
Hamtramck’s Nosh Pit

Hamtramck’s lauded vegan and plant-based Nosh Pit makes its way to our frame kitchen just in time for a Sunday rooted in Polish culture with recipes from Bubbie’s kitchen, Buscia’s pierogi from Poland, music and of course, wódka (vodka).

With Pączki Day just around the corner, we couldn’t think of a better way to kick off the tradition than a completely vegan takeover of Polish dishes reflecting the country’s long agrarian traditions. Grilled Potato, Beet, and Carrot Latke’s with Banana Jam, Dill Pickle Zupa, Pierogi with House-Made Vegan Farmers Cheeze and Fried Paczki filled with Fresh Raspberry and Angostura Jam.

Not sure what to say now?
we gotcha:  … it’s ” Na Zdrowie” (Nah zdrov-e-yay), meaning “To Health” in Polish translation.


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Placki ziemniaczane (potato pancakes)
Grilled Potato, Beet, and Carrot Latke with Banana Jam

The way Bubbie used to make them!
Shredded Carrots, Beets, and Potatoes roasted and then combined with Oatmeal and Aquafaba,
squished into Patties and grilled served with 3 ingredient banana jam


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Zupa (soup)
Dill Pickle Soup
Bubbie’s pickles, potatoes, carrots, and fresh dill to warm your toes.
Topped with Nosh’s own pickled carrots.


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Buscia’s Pierogi from Poland  (‘Polish ravioli’)
 4 ways
Kraut and Mushroom
House-made Vegan Farmers Cheeze
Potato Chedda


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Kotlet (cutlet)
Breaded Mushroom Cutlet and Greens
Polish Style Cutlet made of Mushroom, Beet, and Onion Breaded
with Mung Bean Egg and Panko and Pan-Fried.
Served over steamed greens.


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( filled doughnuts traditionally served on Fat Tuesday)
Fresh Raspberry and Angostura Jam
A dough of organic coconut cream, yeast, vegan sugar and flour risen twice then fried.
Filled with raspberry jam.

Sunday, February 16th
4:00pm and 7:00pm seatings
$60 per person + tax and service fee

A creative vegan Polish dinner just like Bubbie would have made by Hamtramck’s Nosh Pit.

A wine pairing by frame’s resident wine director and sommelier, Bryan Lamorena.
++ a la- carte beer, wine, and frame cocktails.

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