Zapiekanka (derived from zapiekać – "to scorch", "to roast") is a Polish halved baguette or bread grilled with mushroom and cheese, sometimes also with ham or other types of meat, or vegetables. Ketchup is a typical condiment. The zapiekanka is a common Polish street food that is believed to have been invented in the 1970s Communist Poland. Other, local variants also exist. Its popularity decreased in the 2000s but has recently become popular again thanks to Poland's hipster culture.