Polish Smigus-Dyngus Day Celebrations

Wet Easter Monday in Poland Means Śmigus-Dyngus Day

These are step-by-step instructions for making Polish Smigus-Dyngus Casserole, traditionally served on Easter Monday.

Smigus-Dyngus Casserole Recipe: Smigus-Dyngus Casserole is a great way to use up Easter leftovers.

Smigus-Dyngus Casserole

Celebrate Śmigus-Dyngus Day with This Polish-American Casserole: Smigus-Dyngus Casserole is a great way to use up Easter leftovers.

Smigus-Dyngus Casserole is a great way to use up Easter leftovers.

Smigus-Dyngus Casserole

How to Make Polish Smigus-Dyngus Casserole - Step-by-Step Instructions for Making Polish Smigus-Dyngus Casserole

Polish Smigus-Dyngus Day Celebrations

Wet Easter Monday in Poland Means Śmigus-Dyngus Day

The Polish Easter Monday tradition of Śmigus-Dyngus involves boys drenching girls with water and dates to pagan rituals and the Christian rite of baptism.

The Greatest Gift: Smigus Dyngus - Neurorazzi Pasquali

The Greatest Gift: Smigus Dyngus - Neurorazzi Pasquali

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Smigus-Dyngus Casserole

This easy casserole of American origin is a great way to use sauerkraut and sausage from Easter dinner.

Polish Smigus-Dyngus Day Celebrations: Smigus-Dyngus Casserole hot out of the oven.

Wet Easter Monday in Poland Means Śmigus-Dyngus Day

a polish dish.just want to make it and hear the kids laugh at the name!

Kraut and kielbasa Casserole Smigus Dyngus Day!

Kraut and kielbasa Casserole Smigus Dyngus Day

Easter Monday Is Smigus Dyngus Day in Poland

Wet Easter Monday in Poland Means Śmigus-Dyngus Day

The Polish Easter Monday tradition of Śmigus-Dyngus involves boys drenching girls with water and dates to pagan rituals and the Christian rite of baptism.

Śmigus-Dyngus (also known as lany poniedziałek, meaning "Wet Monday") is a celebration held on Easter Monday in Poland. It is also observed by Polish diaspora communities, particularly among Polish Americans, who call it Dyngus Day. Similar celebrations are held in the Czech Republic and Slovakia (Oblévačka in Czech, Oblievačka in Slovak, both meaning "Watering") and in Hungary, where it is known as Vízbevető or "Water Plunge Monday"

Wet Monday called also Śmigus Dyngus is a day on which boys sprinkle girls with water. The original meaning of this ancient custom, which remains extremely popular today, has faded into oblivion.

Smigus Dyngus Day is the Monday after Easter Sunday. This Polish traditional dish is prepared with the left overs from Easter dinner. On Easter Monday, known as "wet Monday" boys will douse the girls with buckets of water. The more a girl is doused, the better the chances are of pending marriage. The girls then get their "revenge" the following day and soak the boys. I found this easy recipe by Barbara Rolek. The whole family loves this dish. Something different and packed with deep…

Kraut and kielbasa Casserole Smigus Dyngus Day

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