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Polish Food - 40 flavors of pierogies in the US


strzyga 2 | 993
28 Oct 2010 #91
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.

pierogi z soczewicą - lentil
z wiśniami - cherry
z jagodami - blueberry
z truskawkami - strawberry
z jabłkami - apple
z kaszą gryczaną i serem - buckwheat and cheese (some fresh mint may be added, making for another variety)
z podrobami - offal
z serem na słodko - sweetened cheese

just off the top of my head, all very Polish and perfectly legitimate.
I've had superb egg and onions pierogi once in a pierogarnia in Kraków.
I mean, our ancestors put inside whatever was available to them, why shouldn't people nowadays do the same? You won't even find a single "proper" dough recipe - some people use eggs, some don't, some add milk or even sour cream, some stick with water, lobbying for it to be cold, lukewarm or hot, depending on what their grandma used.

Though I admit it's hard to imagine pizza pierogi... does pizza dough go inside too? :D
Burnie20 - | 1
28 Oct 2010 #92
hello friends,
there is so much vaiety of food and flavours , it is so good and have good taste also , it is also not quite not expensive , it is affordable .
trener zolwia 1 | 939
2 Nov 2010 #93
Over the weekend I was down the shore and had some Cajun cheddar potato pierogies. They were num-nummy! :p

I just came across this site from one of the ads here on PF...

cheemo.com/?gclid=CMCi39ehg6UCFeJN5QodwDq1OQ

I just came across this site from one of the ads here on PF...

They're Polish and they call them pierogies. And they have all kinda crazy flavors and recipes...
dtaylor5632 18 | 2,007
3 Nov 2010 #94
They're Polish and they call them pierogies.

pierogies.

guess they are not Polish then...
strzyga 2 | 993
3 Nov 2010 #95
They're Polish and they call them pierogies.

it's just so the Americans could understand ;)

but more seriously, pierogi is already plural, so pierogies is double plural.
But that's ok - we did the same thing with chips and now we have chipsy. Call it a draw.
Maybe 12 | 409
3 Nov 2010 #96
Isn't Pierogie an uncountable noun?
Maybe 12 | 409
3 Nov 2010 #98
Okay, just wondering. I'm thinking like, Rice, Pasta, Bread, Pierogie.
Cardno85 31 | 976
3 Nov 2010 #99
They're Polish and they call them pierogies.

Actually they call them perogies, doubly wrong both on spelling and grammar. Obviously the person that wrote their history doesn't speak Polish.

Okay, just wondering. I'm thinking like, Rice, Pasta, Bread, Pierogie.

Nope, you have one pieróg and more than one pierogi.
delphiandomine 88 | 18,455
3 Nov 2010 #100
They're Polish and they call them pierogies.

No they're not, they're dumb Canucks.

Actually they call them perogies, doubly wrong both on spelling and grammar. Obviously the person that wrote their history doesn't speak Polish.

Shh. They're special over there.
pgtx 30 | 3,156
3 Nov 2010 #101
They're Polish and they call them pierogies. And they have all kinda crazy flavors and recipes...

guess they are not Polish then...

it's just so the Americans could understand ;)

it's just so American would eat it... but those are not traditional pierogi... it's called doing business...
trener zolwia 1 | 939
3 Nov 2010 #102
Actually they call them perogies, doubly wrong both on spelling and grammar.

Lol. I didn't even catch this, so focused on the ies part...

you have one pieróg and more than one pierogi.

So singular they are pierog. How is this pronounced "per-og"?

No they're not, they're dumb Canucks.

Well, the family name is Makowecki, so it would seem they might be Canuck transplanted Poles.

those are not traditional pierogi...

Jeez, you are a pierogi purist... What do you think of the Cajun cheddar potato ones I had this past weekend? They were like a regular potato one except the mashed potato part was flavored with cheddar cheese and they were baked (?) then they had just a touch of Cajun spice seasonings sprinkled on top, just enough to liven them up. They were quite tasty!
Teffle 22 | 1,321
3 Nov 2010 #103
"per-og"?

More pyer-oog no?

I thought for a start that ó was like the English oo - as in £ódź ?
trener zolwia 1 | 939
3 Nov 2010 #105
So one is a "per-oog" and several are "per-oo-gee"?
strzyga 2 | 993
3 Nov 2010 #106
pyer-oog and pyer-ogy ("g" like in "good", not like in "gypsy")

pieróg, pierogi - "pi" like in pina colada
pgtx 30 | 3,156
3 Nov 2010 #107
So one is a "per-oog" and several are "per-oo-gee"?

oh for C* sake, people! just ask it ivona.com.
dtaylor5632 18 | 2,007
3 Nov 2010 #108
So one is a "per-oog" and several are "per-oo-gee"?

No, it's pea-rug and pearugi, I as in you and I.
trener zolwia 1 | 939
9 Nov 2010 #109
This school is testing out pierogi for maybe including in their lunch selection:

NAZARETH, Pa. (AP) -

blue-gloved, four-fingered, fuzzy, yellow, 5-foot-tall Mr. Pierogi

Just ask any of the kids at Nazareth Area Middle School, who also gave the pierogi queen's mascot "high-fours" as they came into the school cafeteria.

Sharon Ryba, the school district's food services director, said they've been conducting "taste testing"

newstimes.com/news/article/Pa-students-get-a-say-in-new-sch ool-lunch-items-798392.php
OP dunkles54
18 Jan 2011 #110
we are now shipping pierogi. visit our site thepolishfarmers of course, dot com
polska4polakow
5 Dec 2011 #111
"pierogies", for fck's sake.

Typical Polish-American destruction of our wonderful language.

The Chinese ones come steamed as well and many Poles fry their pierogi.

Not that Polish-Americans would know this ;) We even bake our pierogi sometimes as well.
Patrycja19 63 | 2,699
5 Dec 2011 #112
Typical Polish-American destruction of our wonderful language.

is that you del.. you bake instead of boil?

you cooking with gas?

Not that Polish-Americans would know this ;) We even bake our pierogi sometimes as well.

so they turn out like a frisbe? get out of the kitchen and leave the cooking to the experts. ;)
Nannerlh60 2 | 23
10 Mar 2012 #113
Pierogi...AND Brisket????!!!

Be still my beating heart. We live near St. Louis, Missouri, USA - does anyone know where/how these might be ordered. I'm drooling all over the keyboard....


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