The queen of the homestead cuisine is Lady Irenka, and a handful of her heart and a spoon of experience are her secret ingredients. Thanks to this mixture the guests are full and satisfied and they remember the taste and aroma of her plates.
The cuisine is an unseparable part of each culture. We state that when you visit distant places you have to experience their tastes and dishes. This way the senses remember and recall places. After the stay in the Zagroda Bieszczady will bring about the memory of knyszas, fuczkas, proziaks or hreczankas.
Cuisine with tradition
The traditional cuisine of the Subcarpathian region are simple and full, nutritive dishes based mainly on local products. There we can find both the traces of the Lemko, Boyko, Jewish, German, Austrian, Hungarian or Armenian cuisine.
To the full
Taking the Bieszczadian trails, our Guests will have a delicious breakfast, and those who return will be served a full homemade dinner (even those who will decide to watch the starry sky).
We serve our own confits, compotes and tinctures, and also the Carpathian wine, mushrooms, smoked meats and cheese from local producers.
Baking in a farm oven
During one of the workshops in the Merry Barn, the Guests have the opportunity to bake and taste delicious yeast croissants, baked in a farm oven.
The Zagroda Magija is placed on the Podkarpackie Smaki Culinary Trail (Subcarpathian Tastes).