What else do we miss from the States? Polish sausage.
This Tuesday I stopped at a different branch of the grocery store I frequent. As I hoped, the larger store had a larger selection of specialty foods in the deli section. As I fingered the different packages of chorizos and salchichas nothing seemed to translate kielbasa. So, I settled for something called servelat, because it didn’t have a deathly white skin like some of the others.
We had it tonight with the last of a bag of french fries and some coleslaw.
Wikipedia does have an article about the “saveloy” sausage that is most commonly found at fish & chips shops, although battered. If you’re good at Latin, you might be able to guess the not-so-appetizing origin of the sausage’s name.