Pierogi (Polish pronunciation: [pjɛˈrɔɡʲi]; also spelled perogi, pierogy, perogy, pierógi, pyrohy, pirogi, pyrogie, or pyrogy; juvenile diminutive form: Pierożki Polish pronunciation: [pjɛˈrɔʂki] also in use) are dumplings of unleavened dough – first boiled, then they are baked or fried usually in butter with onions – traditionally stuffed with potato filling, sauerkraut, ground meat, cheese, or fruit. Of central and eastern European provenance, they are usually semicircular, but are rectangular or triangular in some cuisines.The Polish word pierogi is plural; the singular form pieróg is rarely used, as a typical serving consists of several pierogi.
Posts about Perogies
  • Beyond Pumpkins & Pantyhose: 4 Business Lessons I Learned from Martha Stewart

    … of anecdotes throughout her speech, whether it was the time her mother, who recently passed at age 99, and her scarfed down perogies on a flight abroad or her adventures as a 20-something stockbroker on Wall Street. Stewart kept the audience laughing with her witty banter and reacting to a picture of herself in her 20’s: “WOW! I looked good!” When…

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