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Polish Food - 40 flavors of pierogies in the US


dunkles54
27 Oct 2010 #1
My wife and I have establish a Polish Food business, The Polish Farmers LLC, in eastern Pennsylania. We make 40 different flavors of pierogies, plus halushki and more. No shipping at this time. Delivery in the Reading, PA area. For more info email dunkles54@verizon.net or visit us on the web at thepolishfarmers. Thanks
trener zolwia 1 | 939
27 Oct 2010 #2
No shipping at this time.

Dude, you gotta get with the shipping!
pgtx 30 | 3,156
27 Oct 2010 #3
No shipping at this time.

you better hurry up!
1jola 14 | 1,879
27 Oct 2010 #4
Great, but can you tell me why would you have 40 varieties of pierogi?
We Poles can think of maybe four types, so what gives? Is America that bizzarre now? Are there jerked pierogies or pierogies ala mode?
pgtx 30 | 3,156
27 Oct 2010 #5
We Poles can think of maybe four types, so what gives?

very good question...
more quality, less quantity?
convex 20 | 3,978
27 Oct 2010 #6
Are there jerked pierogies or pierogies ala mode?

Actually bbq brisket pierogi sounds good... tandori chicken pierogi...ok, going into hiding now.
Ksysia 25 | 430
27 Oct 2010 #7
make a facebook page, I will like you and pass you on to friends.
(loves pierogi)
FlaglessPole 4 | 669
27 Oct 2010 #8
40 different flavors of pierogies

fvcking hell, like sweet and sour with lark genitals simmered in baby seal oil!!??
1jola 14 | 1,879
27 Oct 2010 #9
Actually bbq brisket pierogi sounds good...

The thing is that a certain dish that has been made for centuries is that certain dish. Kapish? No, you can't add pineapple to it.
convex 20 | 3,978
27 Oct 2010 #10
The thing is that a certain dish that has been made for centuries is that certain dish.

Meh, denialism.

PS, I can order some brisket pierogi for you in secret if you're afraid of word getting around..
pgtx 30 | 3,156
27 Oct 2010 #11
going into hiding now.

you better hide faster ;/

The thing is that a certain dish that has been made for centuries is that certain dish. Kapish?

exactly! kapujesz?!

;)
convex 20 | 3,978
27 Oct 2010 #12
exactly! kapisz?!

Fine, I'll just call them brisket dumplings.

No Polish influence at all, straight out of my noggen.

But really, how about a list of those 40 types of pierogi?

kapujesz?!

Ah, too late :( I'll come up with a witty response later :)
trener zolwia 1 | 939
27 Oct 2010 #13
40 varieties of pierogi?
We Poles can think of maybe four types, so what gives? Is America that bizzarre now?

What's wrong with a little new American spin on a traditional Polish food? He is only selling them in the US, after all.

how about a list of those 40 types of pierogi?

It would be good to see a menu list.

And he gotta get with the shipping though. I live just an hour from where he is and that's too far to go on a food run.
1jola 14 | 1,879
27 Oct 2010 #14
very good question...
more quality, less quantity?

I can think of pierogi z mięsem, z serem, ruskie(radzieckie), i chyba z kapustą i grzybami. If you want to make Polish food, make Polish food.
delphiandomine 88 | 18,455
27 Oct 2010 #15
We make 40 different flavors of pierogies

FOR THE LAST TIME, THE PLURAL OF PIERÓG IS PIERÓGI, NOT PIEROGIES.

gah. If you're selling them, at least get the name right!
pgtx 30 | 3,156
27 Oct 2010 #16
What's wrong with a little new American spin on a traditional Polish food?

yeah, keep it in mind... Americans can't even eat original mexican food, it has to be tex-mex... even chinese food doesn't taste like chinese in the us...

stop butchering Polish pierogi!!! - let's organize a protest...

lol

I can think of pierogi z mięsem, z serem, ruskie(radzieckie), i chyba z kapustą i grzybami.

and with borowki or apples...that's all... some people make it with soft cooked meat...
convex 20 | 3,978
27 Oct 2010 #17
I can think of pierogi z mięsem, z serem, ruskie(radzieckie), i chyba z kapustą i grzybami. If you want to make Polish food, make Polish food.

Don't eat much sweet pierogi? What kind of cheese?

Like I said, just replace the word "pierogi" with American style Polish dumplings. Better?
delphiandomine 88 | 18,455
27 Oct 2010 #18
I still want this list of pierogi that they make, could steal some ideas ;)
1jola 14 | 1,879
27 Oct 2010 #19
FOR THE LAST TIME, THE PLURAL OF PIERÓG IS PIERÓGI, NOT PIEROGIES.

The trick in correcting someone is that you have to be right. In this case, you are mistaken.
delphiandomine 88 | 18,455
27 Oct 2010 #20
Wow.

Anyone who says "Pierogies" is a ******* idiot, end of.
pgtx 30 | 3,156
27 Oct 2010 #21
- pierogi with sweet cheese
- pierogi ruskie
- pierogi with blueberries (apples...)
- pierogi with meat
- pierogi with sauerkraut & mushrooms

what else?
1jola 14 | 1,879
27 Oct 2010 #22
and with borowki or apples...that's all... some people make it with soft cooked meat...

Ok, ok, unorthodox but I'm interested...

Don't eat much sweet pierogi? What kind of cheese?

I don't either but many people do. I think it is ser biały(white cheese) and somewhat sweetened.
1jola 14 | 1,879
27 Oct 2010 #24
pierogi with blueberries

Yes, I forgot these. Very good.
pgtx 30 | 3,156
27 Oct 2010 #25
with strawberries?

sometimes yes, but a cooked strawberry tastes awful...

Yes, I forgot these. Very good.

with sour cream & sugar, sometimes melted butter on it... yumm...
1jola 14 | 1,879
27 Oct 2010 #26
All this food talk makes me go to the pub and try out some barley, yeast, and hops. Ta, ta.
trener zolwia 1 | 939
27 Oct 2010 #27
how about a list of those 40 types of pierogi?

Here's the list of flavors at their website: thepolishfarmers.com/PolishFarmersMenu.html
pgtx 30 | 3,156
27 Oct 2010 #28
Here's the list of flavors

- buffalo chicken???
- chili???
- seafood???
- bacon/egg???
- bbq chicken???
- taco???
- peanut butter???
- cheese steak???
- chicken pot pie???
- cheeseburger ???
- pizza???

gross and disgusting!! freakin' Americanos....yuck...lol
convex 20 | 3,978
27 Oct 2010 #29
gross and disgusting!! freakin' Americanos....yuck...lol

How is that yuck you freak? You like all that stuff, but not encompassed in doughy goodness?

I'll order!
pgtx 30 | 3,156
27 Oct 2010 #30
How is that yuck you freak? You like all that stuff, but not encompassed in doughy goodness?

freakin' disgusting!!!!


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