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Anyone fed up with the quality of pierogi available in the UK shops?


Marylou 1 | -  
5 Nov 2008 /  #1
Who would like to be able to buy delicious pierogi from Polish shops in the UK? Not everyone has the time or ability to make them at home....
polishgirltx  
5 Nov 2008 /  #2
so what do you want to do about it? if you really do not like those from the store, spear the time and make your own pierogi, it's not difficult...
Prince 15 | 590  
5 Nov 2008 /  #3
Who would like to be able to buy delicious pierogi from Polish shops in the UK? Not everyone has the time or ability to make them at home....

I am sure you are going to find them in most Polish shops :) enjoy
Wroclaw 44 | 5,386  
5 Nov 2008 /  #4
Anyone fed up with the quality of pierogi available in the shops?

You could explain to the shopkeeper that he/she might sell more, if the brands were changed.

You could try and make an effort to find time to make your own.

If they are that important to you you could ask a friend to make them.

You could shop around for a better product.

I imagine your next thread will be about the quality of bigos. Get a life.
polishgirltx  
5 Nov 2008 /  #5
i think, i'm gonna go home, make some pierogi and send her... ;)
Shawn_H  
5 Nov 2008 /  #6
Although slightly more entertaining, you may also find:

BIGOS
(No you don't pronouce it Big Os! - Beeeeeegosss if you please)
Serving Suggestion:
Very smelly both before and after consumption, so best eaten with very good friends or alone!

SWEET PIEROGI
(Sweeeeet pee-air-og-eee)

CHEESECAKE
(Cheeeez-kayk)

BARSZCZ
(Bar-shh)

GOLABKI
(Ge-wom-key)

Lir  
5 Nov 2008 /  #7
CHEESECAKE
(Cheeeez-kayk)

But I always thought Polish cheesecake was called "Sernik" ?

Is that not the case ? So, it doesn't matter one bit how you pronounce cheese cake cos its not Polish but Sernik is !

Sernik (Polish cheesecake) :)

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