March 19, 2013

A Visit to Jubilat Provisions in Brooklyn, New York

In June of 2007, my family’s favorite Polish butcher, Kurowycky Meats, sadly closed its doors after 52 years of business.  Ever since then, I have been looking for a source of kielbasa to replace the incredible product that Kurowycky offered.  Last January, The New York Times, ran a piece about Jubilat Provisions, located in the Park Slope section of Brooklyn, New York.  The shop is owned by Krzysztof Kuna and his brother-in-law Stanley Myjak and they’ve been in business since 1991.  Their goal was to bring authentic Polish flavor to America and they feel they have achieved this mission.  At Jubilat Provisions, the focus has always been about quality with everything, from the cleanliness of the shop and workers to how the food looks and tastes.  Last Saturday, I asked Ron Palacio, my Social Media Content Director, who lives in Brooklyn, to visit the store and photograph for the blog.  Please enjoy this little tour of an old-time business.

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