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Does Polish pierogi also have its story of origin?


SeanBM 35 | 5,808  
5 Jul 2009 /  #31
Here is a photo of some Pierogi with meat filling.



OP christy1991 4 | 37  
6 Jul 2009 /  #32
You are from Guandong Province?

I'm from Hunan province,it is a inland province,if you hear of zhangjiajie,Hengshan moutain and China's most beautiful town-Phoenix city,you will know Hunan province.if you don't hear of these places,how about Chairman Mao? Chairman Mao is also Hunan people ^_^

wow,Jiang nan belle!!!:D

although in Hunan province,there are many pretty girls,i think i'm a common people with ordinary face of yellow race,hehehe......

Here is a photo of some Pierogi with meat filling.

thanks for your pic,but i want to know much more about what are the dark brown and green things on the pierogi in your pic? ^_^
chinczyk - | 32  
6 Jul 2009 /  #33
christy,you are way too modest,everyone knows Chinese belles are mainly from Hu nan and Si chuan;) you must be one of them;)

i want to know much more about what are the dark brown and green things on the pierogi in your pic? ^_^

hmmm,I think the dark brown things must be fried onions,Poles often use them as ingredients of pierogi.as regards green things,i am not sure,maybe lettuce or chive?

if you don't hear of these places,how about Chairman Mao?

everyone knows Chairman Mao,however,not everyone calls him so:D
King Sobieski 2 | 716  
6 Jul 2009 /  #34
everyone knows Chairman Mao,however,not everyone calls him so:D

he really embellished himself into the anals of history...along with stalin and pol pot.
OP christy1991 4 | 37  
6 Jul 2009 /  #35
everyone knows Chairman Mao,however,not everyone calls him so:D

How does you call him?originally i call him "Mr.Mao Ze Dong",but when i told to my Pakistan client :"i'm from the hometown of Mao Ze Dong",he asked me "Is Chairman Mao?" and i don't make sure if foreign people also know his full name,maybe Chairman Mao is more familiar.so......

the anals of history...

why i don't understand this sentence?is my english so poor???!!!
chinczyk - | 32  
7 Jul 2009 /  #36
How does you call him?

of course i call him chrismatic leader Chairman Mao!

Pakistan client

that is reasonable,because Pakistan is our ally,however,you can't count on that people all over the world call him chrismatic leader Chairman mao,eh?:))

anals of history

i think its anas of history instead of anals of history,if not,it may be obscure aussie slang ;)
King Sobieski 2 | 716  
7 Jul 2009 /  #37
why i don't understand this sentence?is my english so poor???!!!

i think its anas of history instead of anals of history,if not,it may be obscure aussie slang ;)

my bad, forgot a "n", should have been annal.

you can't count on that people all over the world call him chrismatic leader Chairman mao,eh?:))

he is pictured as a rather nasty man in the west.
OP christy1991 4 | 37  
7 Jul 2009 /  #38
my bad, forgot a "n", should have been annal.

I don't think you would write bad language here,hehehe......

he is pictured as a rather nasty man in the west.

Different standpoints will reach different evaluations,since being chinese,we are hard to take a full judgement for chairman Mao's contribution and fault.but whatever he have done,it doesn't influence his greatness in China history.

There must be some part of people in west insult leaders of socialist states with certain purposes,China also has people revolt against capitalist countries,but existence has its reason. i think most of people in the world will view history objectively,so the whole human being gets it developments.

Please keep this thread on topic.
chinczyk - | 32  
8 Jul 2009 /  #39
Please keep this thread on topic.

oh,yes,yes,let's talk about pierogi;))))
King Sobieski 2 | 716  
8 Jul 2009 /  #40
Different standpoints will reach different evaluations,since being chinese,we are hard to take a full judgement for chairman Mao's contribution and fault.but whatever he have done,it doesn't influence his greatness in China history.

There must be some part of people in west insult leaders of socialist states with certain purposes,China also has people revolt against capitalist countries,but existence has its reason. i think most of people in the world will view history objectively,so the whole human being gets it developments.

mao made great pierogi...if only he made more during "the great leap forward":

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mao_Zedong#Great_Leap_Forward

i have no reason to have anything against him but from all that i have read he was a great leader but not a great man.
chinczyk - | 32  
8 Jul 2009 /  #41
he was a great leader but not a great man

this is acceptable
Harry  
8 Jul 2009 /  #42
I knew "pierogi" is a traditional dish of Poland from this forum,and polish friends taught me how to cook it.i only want to know something interesting and relax from it!!! why you relate so many things with our China! (even including our government block google,tell me,what the relationship about it? even

Interestingly, there are no mentions of pierogi in Polish literature before the time of Queen Bonna.

z_dupek takes the argument that a certain word may have existed for 3,000 years and then goes on to conclude that the word must have always referred to the same thing. But then he's a racist bigot who has a deep dislike for all people who are not white.
OP christy1991 4 | 37  
9 Jul 2009 /  #43
King Sobieski:
he was a great leader but not a great man
this is acceptable

I also think King Sobieski's opinion is objective! yesterday i replied,but this forum editor always make our replies disappear or list them in other threads that i can't find them again :( i think this is a small fault of polishforums,*_^

The post disappeared AFTER you were requested to stay on topic...which you did not...

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