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    National Pierogi Day – October 8, 2020

    Each year, we set aside October 8 to celebrate everyone’s favorite flavorful Polish dumplings. Pierogis were traditionally considered a peasant food, but they eventually gained popularity and spread throughout all social classes—including nobles in Europe.We can see why—they’re made of unleavened dough, boiled, and then baked and fried with butter. Then, they’re stuffed with the most delicious of fillings: potato and cheese, potato and onion, cabbage, mushrooms and




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    Mmmm Love Pierogi's

    Leggs Inn up in Cross Village has some great ones that smoked whitefish and a Pollock beer goes great with.
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    My buddy is bringing some up tomorrow morning.

    He gets them direct from HammyLand, and he can't spell toboggan.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BucketBack View Post
    My buddy is bringing some up tomorrow morning.

    He gets them direct from HammyLand, and he can't spell toboggan.
    Pollock town in the Detoilet
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    Quote Originally Posted by hawgrider View Post
    Pollock town in the Detoilet
    towel heads taking it over down there ?

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    I no likey that sight.

    I lived down there for a few months during the 80's

    What a drunk that was, with a bar, kitchen on every corner. Restaurants / Bars that were just Residential Houses.

    You could pass a Restaurant or Bar and not even know it was there
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    Every third person up here has more consonants than vowels in their last name so lots of great homemade pierogies.

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