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New Polish Recipe Website - I Love Pierogi

Michal747 1 | 1
24 Jul 2010 #1
Hello Everyone,

I'm new to the forum, but would like pass on the address of a new website that I'm currently working on about polish home cooking. The site is still in it's early stages so please be patient, eventually I am going to include a user recipe section where registered users can upload their own recipes to be tried and reviewed by other members. As of now, my site includes some basic polish recipes, and I'm adding more as fast as I can. I'm also preparing each recipe before I add it to the site to ensure its quality and authenticity.

I left Poland at a young age, and grew up eating Polish food at every social event I was dragged to by my parents, and of course our household meals were always Polish and prepared by my mother. Since then I myself have developed serious cooking hobby and am trying to document and pass on the Polish cooking tradition, I hope this website helps.

plk123 8 | 4,148
25 Jul 2010 #2
hey, that's a pretty cool site. hope it grows as there aren't many sites in english that are exclusively polish cuisine.

(the only thing is that it seems to load slow for some reason)
PolskaDoll 28 | 2,104
25 Jul 2010 #3
Yes good website Michal. :)

I have a special reason to be cooking lots of Polish food in the near future so I'll bookmark your site and hope that you'll keep us informed when you add new recipes. :)

I have a Polish friend who'll be interested in this website too so I'll pass it on.

Actually Michal if you have an ILovePierogi Twitter page can you let me know? Thank you. :)
plk123 8 | 4,148
25 Jul 2010 #4
please post up what you cook up, ok?
PolskaDoll 28 | 2,104
25 Jul 2010 #5
I will try to. Not sure it'll be in my own kitchen and there will be others there so it could be kind of busy so maybe the only pics will be of finished items. Recipes should be easier to post up though.

Remember this thread?: ;)

Just looked through it and now I'm hungry... :/

I was thinking about, hopefully the user upload section could be added soon because there are many here on PF who could add their tasty dishes. :)
rafalek - | 1
25 Jul 2010 #6
Nice website, I'm sure this would be great for those wanting to make their own Polish dishes at home!
Karinka 9 | 28
26 Jul 2010 #7
So looking forward to upcoming recipes! Site looks really nice so far. Good luck!

MediaWatch 10 | 945
26 Jul 2010 #8

OK you're getting me hungry now so I think I have to check this website out.

Also on the Martha Stewart TV Show, every so often Martha whips up some nice pierogis and goes into depth preparing them, showing different ways to bring the flavor out.

Martha Stewart talks about how pierogis were quite popular with her Polish family when growing up. It appears she has made pierogis more popular with Americans.
sidnee - | 1
27 Jul 2010 #9
I have only joined the site and I only know a few words in Polish but would like to learn and I am def going to B keeping an eye open on the site as my mother def taught me to love cooking.

Never prepared Pierogis fresh but I think I will check out Martha Stewart so thanks :-)
OP Michal747 1 | 1
16 Aug 2010 #11
Thanks for everyones kind words about
I would like to let everyone know that the site is currently down, and when I find time between my full-time job and and my web development project I will have the site back up with huge improvements. The site will allow registered users to submit their own recipes to the community and allow others to review on comment on them. I'm really excited about bringing the site back online, in the meantime stay tuned.
superjohn82 1 | 5
16 Aug 2010 #12
Check out my warsaw based blog

Hopefully you can find some interesting posts about where to eat and what to do.

Feel free to tell me what you think about it.

Satnic - | 1
13 Sep 2010 #13
Sorry I realise this is an old post - seems down but the blog is really great - thank you!
Countess 2 | 9
18 Oct 2012 #14
Merged: Polish perogi, marble cake, cheese cake?

Hi does any one please have a good polish perogi reciepe, polish marble cake & baked cheese cake.
SeanBM 35 | 5,808
18 Oct 2012 #15
Hello Countess,

And welcome to the Polish forums.

This may help (search for pierogi)

strzyga 2 | 993
18 Oct 2012 #16
polkamaniac 1 | 482
16 Nov 2012 #17
Here is a recepie my wife uses quite often-----

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