Written by by Michael Baruch and Gregory Bertolini Sunday, 30 July 2006 17:00
Here's a recipe from Michael J. Baruch's cookbook, The New Polish Cuisine. Michael says: I love Mom and Pop taverns, you know, the ones that are full of tchotchkes, and that serve (help-yourself) lunch at the end of the bar. Years back, I helped a few ailing local joints boost their lunch sales by creating Tavern Sinkers, a great alternative to the laborious Kopytka. Potatoes, bread, and seasoning are combined, quickly poached, then sauteed in melted butter and covered with savory topping to produce a real working man's gut sinker. Trust me, cops and yuppies love them!