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  1. Abby

    I’m Polish. Pierogi were like currency when I was growing up. However, my favorite are simply filled with mushroom–no extra potato–and I’ve yet to find a vegan version. Sigh…too much work to make.

    Anyway, you need to get them from Hamtramick in Michigan near Detroit. HUGE Polish community. Totally authentic. The best.

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    • Amy Vansant

      One of these guys had mushroom only… and a couple had cabbage. I imagine egg goes into the dough in any case. I don’t get vegans. But luckily they’re always all gray so they fade into the background. 🙂

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  2. Damien

    You, my dear comrade in keyboards, are doing the Lord’s work (NB: Any deity you prefer fits the ‘Lord’ in this case, I am not leaving anyone out. If you are an atheist, just name him/her Sid/Nancy).

    I live in Prague and my life is void of pierogies. This blog post is making me realize my need for a road trip to Poland.

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  3. KC

    Piast is the one I chose to order from as the shipping was a bit less after comparing them online. THEN I found your article. Drool drool and drool. Did you freeze some for later on?

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    • Amy Vansant

      Oh we froze a TON of them. You have to try Millie’s next. For traditional, they were pretty much perfect!

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  4. john conroy

    Come get Paulina’s Pierogies this weekend in Raleigh at BJ’s Brier Creek 8/20/15 to 8/23/15

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    • Maryann

      Paulina’s pierogies will be in Derby Ct BJs. Just in time for the holidays!4 flavors! Onion, spinach, 4 cheese and jalepeno! Imported from Toronto Canada! Close to homemade as it gets! Great holiday special!6 lbs.19.99!Nov.23-Dec 8 Thursday through Sunday!

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  5. Lizzie

    I am in Baltimore! Where do you suggest going for local pierogi? I also just stopped by a polish festival in Upper Fells Point and was excited to see they had the “farmers cheese” (I call it dried cottage cheese) filled ones. When I got home and made them, they were super sweet 🙁 did any of the online companies make them with a savory cottage cheese type filling?? (How my great grandma used to make them)

    Thanks!

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    • Amy Vansant

      I know my brother in law has gotten them at lexington market and they’re good, but that might just be certain times of year like Christmas. Peroguys had good farmer cheese ones but they’ve been AWOL a while now…

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  6. Mary Bedry

    I am trying to find someone who makes pierogis the way my mother and I make. Unfortunately at 87 years of age it has become very difficult for me to stand and make them. Do you or any place you may know of make them with potatoes, onions and pot cheese/farmer cheese. I usually make them with the pot cheese if I can get to a Jewish deli store, otherwise I use the farmer cheese which I can get a bit more readily.

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  7. Bill J Samson

    I live in Painesville Ohio and need to know where I can buy good pierogi’s at.

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  8. Ania Kasior

    dziekuje! thank you for doing this hard work for us! Now I can shop to my heart’s delight for all these fantastic pierogi!

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    • wendi

      I used get awesome ones in with the meat at Giant Eagle in Chesterland OH but moved to Ohio side of the PA border, Aldis had some mini perogi in packages in with the deli stuff until the remodeled …now the only have frozed prepack Mrs T type of of perogi 🙁

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  9. Michelle Belk

    I am just learning of pierogis lol, even though I am an army brat and have been all over the world, my hubs, kids and I have never heard of them!! I saw them on our local Walmart ( we just moved to Louisiana 7 months ago from Mississippi) so I got them, I baked them, they were Mrs T’s frozen ones, I loved them, but my son and hubs not so much!! But I found a pierogi and kielbasa casserole, and I THINK they will love it!! But cannot find the pierogis now and I’ve bought all of the other ingredients!! So, I guess I will order them online, I saw the blueberry ones, are they a breakfast? Dessert? How would you serve, cook these? Thanks so much for your info!!

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  10. Randal

    Grew up in Winnipeg, a very European, post-WWII city, years ago, when Perogies or Verenica, as we called them, was a favorite. We used to have contests to see who could eat the most! I ate 13, for lunch, one day! Many people ate them with dried cottage cheese, which was sold as such, in every grocery store. Mixed with egg yolk, and boiled, these were smothered in a special cream gravy that came from Mennonite Farmer Sausage, after these were sautéed with onions, until crisp. Nothing, and I mean, NOTHING, in this world, can EVER substitute that experience!
    Enough were made, for several days, to fry, in the black cast iron pan. These were eaten with sour cream and onions, and the taste, again, is out of this world. Alas, no one makes Dry Cottage Cheese anymore, most certainly, at least, I have never found it in the US. Those curds were large and a bit “sour”. When I was a kid, I ate the fried ones with Ketchup! To this day, I fry left-over pasta in oil, and add onion powder, and salt, and even cottage cheese, to remind me of those days……………yukkkk, but what can you do!
    And re. the gentleman from Prague, who doesn’t have pierogies, there. This seems like a cultural mistake, a HUGE anti-polish situation, that makes no sense to me, and makes me want to cry!
    John Candy used to fly his favorite Winnipeg Pierogies to wherever he was living!
    Thanks for the opportunity to remember

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  11. Pam Larson

    Hi, when looking through your list I found a couple who are no longer in business. Could you perhaps update your list and what I am especially looking for are ones who will ship Potato, Cheddar & Jalapeno Pierogies, our favorites. Thank you!

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  12. Julie

    Know anyone making gluten-free pierogies? I’ll travel anywhere!

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  13. Justine Janora

    Amy..in a pinch you can make Lazy Cheese Pierogi..it’s a great Buffalo, MY recipe for parties or when ya don’t have the time to “Pinch and Roll” the Polish Dough.
    Boil 1 pkg of Rotini / Spiral noodles and rinse
    Chop 1 onion and fry in Butter
    Add onion and butter to noodles..add 1 container of cottage cheese, 1 container of sour cream, little bit of salt and sugar per your taste ..mix all up and then pour into glass or aluminum dish after spraying with Pam. Then pour 2 Cups of milk over it all. Cover with aluminum foil and bake for 45 min about 400.

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