Growing up in a Polish family, I've gotta say that pierogi are the food of the Gods. I wish I had the time and leisure to make them, but my
kids are too small and make even sandwich assembly a major project with constant interruptions. We settle for Mrs. T's at the moment (their cheese
ones are ok), since pierogi are awfully hard to find down here in Louisiana. Someday I'll drag the hubby & kids up north for a pierogi festival, as
they've never had fresh-made ones.
Another Pollack in Louisiana??? Nice to meet you!
Yes they are truly food of the gods. I bought a ravioli/pierogi
maker which you lay the rolled dough out on, and you put in
fillings, close it and it cuts and seals them--presto!
I live 10 miles from the Mrs T's pierogi plant. In fact I use to work there as a teen . The strangest ones were prune, they didn't go over too well
cause now they're gone.
However being Polish I make a great batch of home made pierogies myself.
Also, we have street parties here all summer hosted by churches and fire companys and they have a lot of the old ladys in the town making them to sell
for fundraisers at the block parties.
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