Kevin Scheuring from the Coit Road Farmer's Market in East Cleveland Ohio explained the two schools of thought regarding traditional pierogi dough.
One is the Michael Symon way with sour cream, flour and butter and the other is just flour, eggs and water. He explained the different ethnic varieties from Poland, Ukraine, Lithuania and so on.
Ashley Shaw making pierogi dough
Johnny and Tony told how they make sauerkraut that will be used as filling in the pierogis they are making at the Coit Road Farmer's Market in East Cleveland Ohio.
Tony and Johnny
They were adding spinach and potatoes as a filling for their pierogis. They also make wontons, ravioli and other similar foods.
Have you ever seen a pierogi Christmas ornament? Check out this Blown Glass Pierogi Ethnic Polish Food Hanging Ornament.
The Pierogi is glass 3 3/4"H X 1 1/2"W.
This Pierogi Christmas ornament is:
- The perfect gift for anyone of Polish (or Slovak or Ukrainian or ...) descent
- Fun for any lover of pierogis (really, who doesn't?)
- Have pierogis been a tradition in your home? If not, start it now!
- Fun gift that is very attractive
- Nice size and great detail
Ashley Shaw participated in the Coit Road Farmer's Market in East Cleveland Ohio and demonstrated the pierogi recipe her great grandmother from Slovakia passed down.
Pierogi recipes vary from Slovakia to Poland to Ukraine and so on.
Cutting out dough for pierogis
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