The traditional Polish Christmas eve dinner known as Wigilia is a very secret tradition among each Polish family. Before the start of the Wigilia, each person shares a piece of the Christmas wafer with another, and they each wish each other well for the upcoming year. Once the breaking off of the Christmas wafer (opłatek) is complete along with the saying of the blessing, it is time to enjoy the feast. During the Christmas dinner (Wigilia) one of the 12 traditional dishes consumed is red borsch with uszka (similar to pierogi, but smaller and filled with cabbage and mushrooms) (barszcz czerwony). The borsch is served in a special soup cup called bulionówka (bulionowka).At Dom itp, we carry such soup cup (bulionówka), which is a must on every traditional Polish Christmas eve dinner (Wigilia). This one consists of a cup and a saucer, and it is made of 100% Polish porcelain.