The PMA and PRCUA happily celebrate Tłusty Czwartek or Pączki Day, thanks to delicious sponsorship from Kasia’s Deli!
As a Christian tradition, Pączki Day is a celebration of the end of winter through a feast of fatty foods. The tradition of making and eating sweet pączki on Pączki Day started in Poland in the 16th century. Poles celebrate on Fat Thursday, today, and Americans celebrate it Fat Tuesday, February 21 this year. In the Christian calendar, Fat Thursday is traditionally the last Thursday before Lent, falling during the last week of the Carnival season which lasts till the Tuesday before Ash Wednesday. Poles on Fat Thursday have pączki, and on Fat Tuesday, due to its rich fish oils – herring.
If you're looking for a great place to celebrate Pączki Day, be sure to check out Kasia's Deli! This Polish deli is the perfect spot to indulge in all the sweet treats and traditional foods associated with this beloved holiday. From freshly made pączki to savory herring, Kasia's Deli has everything you need to celebrate in style. So head over to Kasia's Deli this Fat Thursday or Fat Tuesday and enjoy a delicious feast with family and friends!