Fat Tuesday

Mardi Gras Dueling Piano Party in Buffalo on Tuesday!
Buffalo celebrates Fat Tuesday and Pączki Day like no other.
During they day when you get your donuts, get ready for a night of partying. This is going to be a riot! If you've never seen dueling pianos, it's pretty fun! Singalongs and dancing happen almost immediately. Plu...
What’s Western New York’s Favorite Paczki Flavor?
Yesterday was Fat Tuesday, many Packi's were consumed.  Yes I'm aware the authentic Polish Paczki is jelly filled, but I was curious to find out if Western New preferred the original over the other choices like lemon or custard.
They say variety is the spice of life and that seems to b…
Polish Paczki
It's a long-time Polish tradition in Buffalo, but I was surprised how many people didn't know how to pronounce the name.  Paczki is a Polish word describing what basically is a big jelly-filled donut.
It's Paczki Time!
When I moved to Buffalo over 15 years ago I had never heard of a Paczki, I had no clue what that was.  After the first Fat Tuesday I spent in Buffalo I realized the Paczki is a big deal!!  These jelly filled treats are a favorite to some, I like them but I don't go nuts over them like…
A Buffalo Tradition
Today is Fat Tuesday, Shrove Tuesday, Mardi Gras.  Whatever you want to call it – it’s the day before Ash Wednesday and the beginning of Lent.  And for many Christians it’s a day to party it up, to eat their favorite foods and drink their favorite beve…
Today Is Fat Tuesday!
Have you had a Paczki yet today?  It is the start of Mardi Gras in New Orleans and for us here in Buffalo, it is Fat Tuesday.  Fat Tuesday is always the day before Ash Wednesday and a time for you to binge and purge before the traditional Lenten fasting takes place
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Dale’s Daily Data: Fat Tuesday
Mardi Gras or Fat Tuesday is the annual festival New Orleans is famous for.  Sometimes known as Shrove Tuesday - it’s a legal holiday in New Orleans.  Mardi Gras is French – Mardi meaning Tuesday.  Gras meaning Fat.   
It’s the final day of festivities that begin each year on January 6th, the Twelfth…

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