Czerw's Kielbasa

Philadelphia
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Jan Czerw, a Polish immigrant who landed in Philly, originally opened this shop in 1938 as Philadelphia Provisions. The long-running family business is housed in a converted horse stable and serves the same family recipe kielbasa to this day, using an Old World technique to smoke the meat in a brick oven with natural fruitwoods. Other homemade fixings include pierogies, slab bacon, Polish stew, stuffed cabbage, varieties of kielbasa that are made and smoked daily, and traditional kiszka, a sausage made with pig’s blood and liver.

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