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Yes, this would make a good choice No, never mind. Thank you for helping! Traditionally, bigos is stewed in a cauldron over an open fire or in a large pot on a stove, but it may also be prepared in an electric slow cooker.
The flexible and forgiving recipe for bigos allows a great number of variants, often simply using what ingredients are at hand.
In the region of Greater Poland , bigos typically contains tomato paste and is seasoned with garlic and marjoram.
As a dish that does not spoil quickly and only gets tastier with each reheating, bigos has been traditionally used as a provision for travellers   and campers or consumed at outdoor events, such as a hunt or a carnival sleigh ride known in Polish as kulig.
The stew is typically dished up with rye bread or boiled potatoes. Bigos , especially when enjoyed outdoor, is traditionally paired with shots of chilled vodka , either clear or flavored.
It was made from various vegetables, such as cabbage, chard and onions, that were chopped or shredded, layered inside an earthenware three-legged Dutch oven and braised or baked.
It is traditionally made from sliced or diced potatoes, onions, carrots, sausages and bacon arranged in layers inside a cast-iron cauldron greased with lard and lined with cabbage leaves, which is placed in bonfire embers for baking.
The word " bigos " is not attested before the 17th century. They include bigosek prepared with chopped capon ,  hazel grouse ,  carp , pike ,  and crawfish with beef marrow.
Bigos made entirely of meat and exotic spices was affordable only to the affluent Polish nobility. The 18th century saw the development of a poor man's version of the dish, known as bigos hultajski , or "rascal's bigos ", in which vinegar and lemon juice were replaced with cheaper sauerkraut as the source of tartness.
Rascal's bigos became common during the reign of King Augustus III of Poland r. In the pots warmed the bigos; mere words cannot tell Of its wondrous taste, colour and marvellous smell.
One can hear the words buzz, and the rhymes ebb and flow, But its content no city digestion can know. To appreciate the Lithuanian folksong and folk food, You need health, live on land, and be back from the wood.
Without these, still a dish of no mediocre worth Is bigos, made from legumes, best grown in the earth; Pickled cabbage comes foremost, and properly chopped, Which itself, is the saying, will in one's mouth hop; In the boiler enclosed, with its moist bosom shields Choicest morsels of meat raised on greenest of fields; Then it simmers, till fire has extracted each drop Of live juice, and the liquid boils over the top, And the heady aroma wafts gently afar.
Now the bigos is ready. With triple hurrah Charge the huntsmen, spoon-armed, the hot vessel to raid, Brass thunders and smoke belches, like camphor to fade, Only in depths of cauldrons, there still writhes there later Steam, as if from a dormant volcano's deep crater.
Adam Mickiewicz translated by Marcel Weyland , Pan Tadeusz Book Four, Diplomacy and the Hunt . Bigos is considered a Polish national dish ,  which, according to American food historian William Woys Weaver, "has been romanticized in poetry, discussed in its most minute details in all sorts of literary contexts, and never made in small quantities.
The most famous literary monument to bigos can be found in Pan Tadeusz , a mock-heroic poem venerated as the Polish national epic, extolling the country life of Polish noblemen in the Grand Duchy of Lithuania , written by Adam Mickiewicz in It describes a group of men out in the woods, enjoying the stew of "wondrous taste, colour and marvellous smell" after a successful bear hunt.
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