Pierogies fill church coffers with dough
Packed with potato and cheese, sauerkraut, cottage cheese or prunes, the Eastern European delicacy with as many spellings as fillings -- pirogi, perogi, pirohy, pyrogy as well as pierogi -- has evolved from a tasty meatless dinner staple to a budget staple for cash-strapped churches throughout the region.
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#1 Apr 8, 2011
the pyrohys at the church across from the mckeesport high school are great!
#2 Apr 8, 2011
As an African American Eastern European, I must admit that those perogi's are fantabulous eating. They feed that hunger that burdens me during this Lentin season and makes me long for the old country.
#3 Apr 8, 2011
There is much to be learned from perogi sales and balancing budgets. Some of the Polish immigrants
knew this when coming to America. The Holy Family
and St.John's Ukrainian have the best, but remember
they are also offered at the Corpus Christi Fish Fry
on Market Street on Fridays. Stop by!!
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