Every year in September, we look forward to the Little Servant Sisters Polish Festival and Country Fair in Cherry Hill, NJ. Today was a beautiful day where the kids had a great time playing spin the wheel games, looking through the white elephant tables and listening to the Polish polka music.
Stuffed cabbage with some good old fashioned root beer in the back ground.
And this unbelievable apple cake that is OH, SO GOOD! I just had a piece and it is filled with apples and so moist. I actually weighed it because I was curious after thinking it felt so heavy. It was FIVE POUNDS, I kid you not!
goodness girl you always go to the best fairs and festivals. so jealous.
Great photos and that cake. Oh my! Five pounds of goodness! Glad you had fun!
Polish Festival! I wish I lived closer! The food looks incredible!
I would stuff myself on pierogis all day!
What a great day that must have been. The food looks amazing. I have my eyes on the dumplings and apple cake. I've gained weight just thinking about it.
jersey has a good festivals...and i'm always on the hunt for one.
What a fun festival with loads of great food. The apple cake looks pretty amazing.
What a fun day! The apple cake looks wonderful!
John and Lisa Howard-Fusco
I knew there had to be a Polish festival somewhere around here! Great pics, Lisa. - John
Polish festivals are the absolute best... of course I'm bias, but I swear the food is just so down to earth comfort. Everything looks great 🙂
The Japanese Redneck
I love festivals and small town fairs. Great looking food.
Now that looks like a delicious festival. I am jealous!
Looks like had a wonderful time, the food looks so tasty. 🙂
Man, your town has the best community gatherings! Your kids look like they were having a good time! I love all of that food ... especially the stuffed cabbage and the pierogies. YUM! And a 5lb cake would equate to 20 lbs on my thighs! 🙂
Great pictures! I want a slice of that cake...that is unreal that it weighs 5 pounds!
Jenns Three Graces
I wish I had been able to go!!! I love this kind of food! I have a friend who make pierogis and now that he's retired I hope he'll teach me how to make them and babkas...I'll have to tell my family in Barnegat and Lanoka Harbor about it...Thanks, Jennifer
We went to this in 2008 and it was everything you showed and more! Loved it. I really wanted to go this year, but we spent the day in Cape May. I'm pushing for next year! I live around the corner from Little Servant Sisters!