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Ever Tried Fried Crocodile?
October 8, 2013   
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Ever Tried Fried Crocodile?

Mouth-watering treats from all over the world—including daring culinary delicacies such as fried crocodile and Madagascar hissing cockroaches—could be sampled at the Catering Show held at the MCC Mazurkas Conference Centre & Hotel in Ożarów Mazowiecki near Warsaw Sept. 23.
The event, organized by food-service company Mazurkas Catering, was held for the fifth time. Over the years it has become a permanent fixture in the calendar of events for the Meetings, Incentives, Conferences and Events (MICE) sector in Poland. The event aims to enable MICE sector professionals to exchange views and ideas as well as establish business contacts while having an opportunity to enjoy an unforgettable culinary experience.
This year, guests were offered a feast of flavors with exquisite dishes including “Black Angus sirloin in velvety sauce of Gorgonzola,” “tender crocodile medallion in aromatic elder sauce,” and “delicate Norwegian trout in pineapple and pumpkin chutney.” Also served were insects such as field crickets and Madagascar hissing cockroaches, in addition to meat dishes including zebra escalopes, kangaroo sirloin, fried crocodile and bison medallions.
The event provided an opportunity to promote Poland’s central Mazovia region and the business potential of the Polish food-service sector.
Mazurkas Catering is one of the largest catering companies in Poland. It has over 10 years of experience in catering for all kinds of events from small private parties to high-profile meetings for several thousand participants, including those involving diplomats.

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