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National Pierogi Day
National Pierogi Day recognizes an international dish that is a type of dumpling.
Pierogi is the plural form of the rarely used Polish word pierog. In English, we spell pierogi several ways, including perogi and pierogy. However you choose to spell it, pierogi are dumplings made up of unleavened dough. First, pierogi are boiled. Then, cooks will either bake or fry the dumplings in butter to finish cooking them. Usually semicircular in shape, pierogi are traditionally stuffed with a variety of savory fillings.
- mashed potato filling
- potato and cheese
- potato and onion
- ground meat
- spinach or fruit.
Mmmmhhh. Sounds like something that would be nice to have on the table while watching a Dawg game, say this coming weekend?