[EURO MEAT] You can die a happy carnivore in Witold Lunkiewicz's Tigard shop, where the Poland-born butcher grinds, smokes and cures everything from Hungarian, Yugoslavian and Romanian-style sausages to hunks of Danish bacon with the proud flourish of a new father. Just don't ask him which of his children is the best: "Everything I make is best!" he grumbles, running his hand across the top of the fridge case. "It's Polish."
Grocery list: Kielbasa, Lithuanian garlic sausage, sour cherry jam, sauerkraut, free copy of Romanian Times.