While the Seahawks are battling the Broncos Sunday in the Super Bowl, fans will have battles of their own against pizza and hot wings.
Bigos, from Big Frank's Sausage Company in East Chicago, is one food thought to provide good luck when eaten on New Year's Day.
Stan Stefanski, owner of Big Frank's Sausage, 1417 Carroll St. in East Chicago, Ind. sells various Polish cuisine, including smoked Polish sausage. Sausage is used to make bigos, which is considered a lucky food.
From black-eyed peas to cabbage and lentils, the New Year arrival welcomes old traditions for "lucky" foods to enjoy and even a few ingredients to avoid, according to lore.
The Pierogi Fest, unfolding with trademark food and fun July 26-28 in downtown Whiting.
Stuffed Cabbage from Big Frank's Sausage Company in East Chicago are one of the featured specialties served up this month at the 2013 Pierogi Fest in Whiting.
Stan Stefanski, owner of Big Frank's Sausage, 1417 Carroll St. in East Chicago, has hosted a food booth at the Pierogi Festival for the past six years and returns in 2013 with rings of his selection of sausages and other specialties.
After the feasting and expenses from the holidays, once the leftovers are all gone, soup is always a great frugal way to begin new year menus.
Stan Stefanski, of Highland, is the owner of Big Frank's Sausage, 1417 Carrol St., in East Chicago, which is prized as one of Northwest Indiana's combo Polish deli-grocery-restaurants.
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