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Topic: coffee crisis at work (34 msgs / 1282 lines)
1) From: Julie Tieszen
I'm so depressed. A coworker just brought in the most AWESOME cook=
ies. Somewhat like a Russian Teacake but with chocolate chips and chocolate=
 drizzled on top with powdered sugar. I took one bite and realized I needed=
 some coffee. My other coworkers are eagerly brewing up the Folgers Decaf t=
o eat with them. I never drink the coffee here but today I wish I brought m=
y own!!!
So...do I just eat the cookies now (I WANT TO!!) or save them=
 for when I go home this afternoon and eat them with some Rwanda Bourbon???=
I think I'll eat one now and take 2 home for later.
Just had to =
share. :)
Julie

2) From: Eddie Dove
Take all of the cookies and don't leave any for the others.  Those cookies
deserved to be consumed with better beverage than that of you co-workers.
Hope this helps ...
Eddie
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3) From: bb
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You know...this happened to me on Christmas.  As we were packing up to go to
my father in laws, I was off to the kitchen to grind some beans to take with
me, and my wife stopped me.  The conversation boiled down to, it's not that
big a deal, and I'd look like a snob.
 
So off we go to his house and then when we're eating dessert he broke out
the Folgers.  But hey, it "was Columbian" and he "kept it in the freezer"
for freshness.  My wife told me just to shut up.  After about 30min, my love
for the bean caused me to cave, and I went to choke it down, because some
coffee is better then no coffee (or so I thought).  I couldn't get past the
first sip.
 
Terrible terrible stuff.  Never again will I arrive empty handed, snob or
not.  
From: Eddie Dove [mailto:southcoastcoffeeroaster] 
Sent: Friday, January 12, 2007 7:50 AM
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Take all of the cookies and don't leave any for the others.  Those cookies
deserved to be consumed with better beverage than that of you co-workers.
Hope this helps ...
Eddie
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On 1/12/07, Julie Tieszen  wrote: 
  
I'm so depressed. A coworker just brought in the most AWESOME cookies.
Somewhat like a Russian Teacake but with chocolate chips and chocolate
drizzled on top with powdered sugar. I took one bite and realized I needed
some coffee. My other coworkers are eagerly brewing up the Folgers Decaf to
eat with them. I never drink the coffee here but today I wish I brought my
own!!!
So...do I just eat the cookies now (I WANT TO!!) or save them for when I go
home this afternoon and eat them with some Rwanda Bourbon???
I think I'll eat one now and take 2 home for later.
Just had to share. :)
Julie

4) From: Brett Mason
Silly....
Get a really nice gift bag, wrap up some beans in green or red celophane
with a bow, and bring a whirley gig grinder in the car/luggage.  Put a note
that you wanted to help with the Christmas Celebration, and take your best,
middle of the road coffee bean, roasted FC+.  DON'T make this his gift, this
MUST be an extra, just to "help with the celebration - it was the least you
could do!"
Brett
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5) From: hermit
Julie -
I bet you eat all of them at work - been there, did that.
Rich
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Somewhat like a Russian Teacake but with chocolate chips and chocolate =
drizzled on top with powdered sugar. I took one bite and realized I =
needed some coffee. My other coworkers are eagerly brewing up the Folgers=
 Decaf to eat with them. I never drink the coffee here but today I wish I=
 brought my own!!!
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 go home this afternoon and eat them with some Rwanda Bourbon???
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6) From: Julie Tieszen
Well, I ate 2 and grabbed 4 to take home. :) I think I'll be OK. I leave at=
 noon.
Julie
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From: hermit 
To: homeroast
Sent: Friday, January 12=
, 2007 9:46:29 AM
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Julie -
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I bet you eat all of them at work - been there, did that.
Rich
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>I'm so depressed. A coworker just brought in the most AWESOME cookies. =
Somewhat like a Russian Teacake but with chocolate chips and chocolate driz=
zled on top with powdered sugar. I took one bite and realized I needed some=
 coffee. My other coworkers are eagerly brewing up the Folgers Decaf to eat=
 with them. I never drink the coffee here but today I wish I brought my own=
!!!
>
>So...do I just eat the cookies now (I WANT TO!!) or save them fo=
r when I go home this afternoon and eat them with some Rwanda Bourbon???
=
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 share. :)
>
>Julie
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7) From: MichaelB
tick...tick...tick...munch...tick...
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8) From: Julie Tieszen
I have 8 min left. Somehow I've managed to not eat anymore but I added one =
more to my stash for a total of 5. Sort of like buying green coffee beans. =
:)
Julie
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ry 12, 2007 11:36:40 AM
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ick...tick...munch...tick...
On 1/12/07, Julie Tieszen  wrote:
Well, I ate 2 and grabbed 4 to take home. :) I =
think I'll be OK. I leave at noon.
Julie
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ee crisis at work
Julie -
I bet you eat all of them at w=
ork - been there, did that.
Rich
>I'm so depressed. A coworker ju=
st brought in the most AWESOME cookies. Somewhat like a Russian Teacake but=
 with chocolate chips and chocolate drizzled on top with powdered sugar. I =
took one bite and realized I needed some coffee. My other coworkers are eag=
erly brewing up the Folgers Decaf to eat with them. I never drink the coffe=
e here but today I wish I brought my own!!!
>
>So...do I just eat th=
e cookies now (I WANT TO!!) or save them for when I go home this afternoon =
and eat them with some Rwanda Bourbon???
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>I think I'll eat one now an=
d take 2 home for later.
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>Just had to share. :)
>
>Julie
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9) From: Lynne Biziewski
Been having a similar 'crisis' - only, my problem is being able to have as
many as I want!
Made a double batch of cookie dough at Christmas, decided to freeze it for
later. Last night I decided it was a good time to bake some to try out the
'new' (older) oven. This is my mom's recipe (she passed away in 2000) & it's
the first time I've ever made them.
When I looked at her recipe, I realized that it's simply a rugalach - rich
dough made w/sour cream, filled w/jam (made my own) and she used coconut &
walnuts. Mmm...
So every time I walk by that big, glass jar of raspberry & peach filled
beauties... well - just one more...
Just what my hips need!! (and oh, they tasted SO good w/the Yellow Bourbon
and Papa New Guinea I roasted yesterday. At least I kept myself to one cup
each.... so far.
Lynne
(what a heavenly smell I get everytime I open the cabinet - oh, I missed
that the last couple of weeks!)
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10) From: raymanowen
I had a heart throb named Julie in grade school in Peoria. Quite petite and
a cutie, of course. I imagine my little friend's plan would be like yours,
to "eat one now and take 2 home for later."
Just think, the pleasure of the cookies themselves will not only be
amplified by the postponement, but the combination with your own Rwanda
Bourbon will be a treat on a different plateau.
The thought of combining the gustatory sensation of such cookies with the
likes of any kind of decaf belongs in a scene from Orwell's 1984. Something
reconstituted from the Hole in the Wall.
Cheers -RayO, aka Opa!
Got Grinder?

11) From: Les
BB,
Mike McKoffee and I have been known to bring homeroast and a small
french press to the restaurant and asking for hot water to brew our
own!  Snob, no way.  I always bring the coffee to the relatives for
the holiday celebrations.  It only took one year to get them trained.
Les
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12) From: Sandy Andina
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On Jan 12, 2007, at 11:09 AM, Lynne Biziewski wrote:
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I didn't know rugelach crossed cultural lines--thought it was  
strictly a Jewish thing, like hamantaschen or knishes. Or are kolaçky  =
made with the same sour-cream-based dough?  (I wouldn't be surprised  
if some of my Gallitzianer forebears shared their recipes with their  
gentile Polish neighbors, though).
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I looked at her recipe, I realized that it's simply a rugalach - rich =
dough made w/sour cream, filled w/jam (made my own) and she used coconut =
& walnuts. Mmm...

I didn't know rugelach = crossed cultural lines--thought it was strictly a Jewish thing, like = hamantaschen or knishes. Or are kolaçky made with the same = sour-cream-based dough?  (I wouldn't be surprised if some of my = Gallitzianer forebears shared their recipes with their gentile Polish = neighbors, though).
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13) From: Barry Luterman
And on cruise ships.

14) From: Julie H Tieszen
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Thanks! I did wait. I took home 5, gave 2 to hubby when he came home for =
lunch, then saved the other 3 for my afternoon coffee. I just finished =
them and I was glad I had the will power to wait.
Julie

15) From: Scot Murphy
On Jan 12, 2007, at 12:58 PM, Sandy Andina wrote:
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I've seen recipes for pierogies that call for sour cream in the dough.
Scot "and they're good" Murphy
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16) From: Aaron
pierogies, wow it's been ages since I had a real one.  I remember 
grandma used to make them around christmas time.  Looks like it's time 
to find a polish deli or whatever you want to call it in town here.
Aaron

17) From: Scot Murphy
On Jan 12, 2007, at 3:45 PM, Aaron wrote:
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What's great about them is they're so easy to make. I don't know if  
you've ever seen these plastic presses that are supposedly to make  
calzones with, but a set will come in about four sizes. If you get  
hold of a good recipe, these are terrific for shaping the pierogie  
without too much work. There *was* a place in Chicago on Damen  
Avenue, the Busy Bee, that had excellent pierogies, but it shut down  
years ago. I bet there are still places to get them in the city,  
though, especially on Milwaukee Avenue north of Damen. You can find  
them in the grocery freezer too, but they aren't nearly as good as  
made fresh by a Polish woman. :)
Scot "kraut filling...cheese filling...mushroom filling...dang, I'm  
hungry" Murphy
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                           --Kilgore Trout

18) From: Brett Mason
Cedar Rapids has a part of town called Czech Village - and they're
made fresh....
Brett
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19) From: Aaron
scott i remember that place... i think!!  and the freezer ones, ick, 
almost as bad as the #$%% vending machine ones... don't even ask....
my problem is ... not worried i cant make them  but can't find a good 
recipie.  Grandma died years ago and well.. the recipie from the 'old 
country' went with her.. I was only 11 or 12 at the time.. she died on 
christmas day.. and at that age, didn't have a clue or care about 
'family secret recipies'.... oh well....  Mom doesn't have it either, so 
here we have a polock with no pierogi recipie.. am I pitiful or what 
:)   wow, those wafers grandma made, the blood soup (ok ICK) and all the 
other things we'd have on christmas eve, followed by the big HAM on 
christmas day!!  man you just sent me on a trip down memory lane, my old 
brain can't take this, i better grab a cup or coffee!!
I have to say thank you!!
Aaron

20) From: Brett Mason
Well Aaron, here's a
linkto a
Pierogi recipe to begin your return to dayes of Yore...
Brett
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21) From: an iconoclast
On 1/12/07, Scot Murphy  wrote:
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I LOVE pierogies!  They are one of my comfort foods.  Though wikipedia says
the current crop of frozen ones adulterate the concept using non-native
ingredients. I love shredded Tillamook cheddar and bacon on top.  Sigh....
Take care,
Ann
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22) From: Lynne Biziewski
Me too - but you know what's sad? With all my cooking (and I do cook a lot)=
,
I have never made pierogis! I was going to have my mom show me how she made
them right before she passed away (she learned from my grandmother - my
father's mom), so that, I think, was one reason I haven't attempted. Then
the other is - no one else around here would eat them, most likely.
My mother said the dough was just like ravioli dough. Oh, I miss pierogies!=
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ones, too, which, of course, as a child I thought the flavor was too strong=
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Now I think a combo of the hamburg & saurkraut would be good.
Tried a frozen type they sell here in the grocery stores, but it isn't even
close...
Lynne
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23) From: Sheila Quinn
I've never had them, but you're free to send them to ME! They sound yummy=
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Would they go well with a cappuccino? :)
Sheila
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24) From: Eddie Dove
Same here ... should we send our address offlist?
Eddie
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25) From: Lynne
Anything goes with a cappuccino!
L.
(except maybe saurkraut.. ugh.. doesn't sound like a good combo)
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26) From: Lynne
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Oh, they are SO good...
    and since I made homemade lasagna with homemade noodles AND homemade =
ricotta for Christmas dinner (this was my 'simple' dinner), I guess I 
should be up to attempt pierogis!
Lynne
(not to mention the homeroasted coffee & the crusty bread - and my kids =
laughing at my 'simple' dinner, "Mom, did you grow the wheat & grind 
it, too??")
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Oh, they are SO good...
   and since I made homemade lasagna with homemade noodles AND
homemade ricotta for Christmas dinner (this was my 'simple' dinner), I
guess I should be up to attempt pierogis!
Lynne
(not to mention the homeroasted coffee & the crusty bread - and my
kids laughing at my 'simple' dinner, "Mom, did you grow the wheat &
grind it, too??")
On Jan 12, 2007, at 10:41 PM, Eddie Dove wrote:
Same here ... should we send our address offlist?
Eddie
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27) From: Eddie Dove
Okay ... never mind ... we'er ALL coming to your place for dinner ... pleas=
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publish your address!
Eddie
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28) From: Sandy Andina
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When I was growing up in Brooklyn, the Kosher dairy cafeterias like  
Dubrow's and Ratner's used to serve "potato pirogen." I guess there  
was sour cream in that dough, since there was no meat served in those  =
establishments (I can still summon up the taste of their egg-noodle- 
and-cheese casseroles in my sensory memory).
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When I was growing up in =
Brooklyn, the Kosher dairy cafeterias like Dubrow's and Ratner's used to =
serve "potato pirogen." I guess there was sour cream in that dough, =
since there was no meat served in those establishments (I can still =
summon up the taste of their egg-noodle-and-cheese casseroles in my =
sensory memory).
On Jan 12, 2007, at 9:20 PM, Lynne =
Biziewski wrote:
Me too - but you know what's sad? With all my cooking (and = I do cook a lot), I have never made pierogis! I was going to have my mom = show me how she made them right before she passed away (she learned from = my grandmother - my father's mom), so that, I think, was one reason I = haven't attempted. Then the other is - no one else around here would eat = them, most likely. My mother said the dough was just like = ravioli dough. Oh, I miss pierogies!! She used to make either potato, or = meat. My Polish relatives made sauerkraut ones, too, which, of course, = as a child I thought the flavor was too strong. Now I think a combo of = the hamburg & saurkraut would be good. Tried a frozen type = they sell here in the grocery stores, but it isn't even = close... Lynne On = 1/12/07, an iconoclast < an.iconoclast> = wrote:On 1/12/07, Scot = Murphy <deppitybob> = wrote: = = On Jan 12, 2007, at 12:58 PM, Sandy Andina wrote: > I = didn't know rugelach crossed cultural lines--thought it was > = strictly a Jewish thing, like hamantaschen or knishes. Or are > = kolaçky made with the same sour-cream-based dough? I've seen = recipes for pierogies that call for sour cream in the = dough. Scot "and they're good" = Murphy I LOVE pierogies!  They are = one of my comfort foods.  Though wikipedia says the current crop of = frozen ones adulterate the concept using non-native ingredients. I love = shredded Tillamook cheddar and bacon on top.  Sigh.... Take = care, Ann
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29) From: Barry Luterman
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Dubrows wasn't Kosher they served meat. You are thinking of Famous and =
Ratners. Famous was across the street on Utica and Eastern Parkway. =
There was also another one in Borough Park.

30) From: Sandy Andina
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You're right!  It WAS Famous.  Now that I think of it, Dubrow's was  
in Brownsville near the Ambassador Theatre, a couple of blocks from  
where I lived. The Famous in Crown Heights was the one I went to  
every week after my orthodontist appointment (I would order noodles  
and cheese and chocolate pudding because my teeth would hurt too much  =
for me to chew after my braces got tightened).  Borough Park was an  
exotic land all the way on the other side of Brooklyn, where avenues  
had numbers instead of names and the numbered streets didn't have an  
"East" in front of them.  I rarely ventured there until I went to  
college.  And Ratners was a favorite post-Fillmore-East nosheteria  
during my college years.
So where'd you go to school?  Me:  PS 183, JHS 252, Tilden High,  
class of '67; Brooklyn College, class of '71. (For law school, I  
escaped to Tacoma).  And how'd you end up out there in Paradise?
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You're right!  It WAS Famous. =
 Now that I think of it, Dubrow's was in Brownsville near the Ambassador =
Theatre, a couple of blocks from where I lived. The Famous in Crown =
Heights was the one I went to every week after my orthodontist =
appointment (I would order noodles and cheese and chocolate pudding =
because my teeth would hurt too much for me to chew after my braces got =
tightened).  Borough Park was an exotic land all the way on the other =
side of Brooklyn, where avenues had numbers instead of names and the =
numbered streets didn't have an "East" in front of them.  I rarely =
ventured there until I went to college.  And Ratners was a favorite =
post-Fillmore-East nosheteria during my college years.
So where'd you go to = school?  Me:  PS 183, JHS 252, Tilden High, class of '67; Brooklyn = College, class of '71. (For law school, I escaped to Tacoma).  And = how'd you end up out there in Paradise? On Jan 13, 2007, at = 2:11 AM, Barry Luterman wrote:
Dubrows wasn't Kosher = they served meat. You are thinking of Famous and Ratners. Famous was = across the street on Utica and Eastern Parkway. There was also another = one in Borough Park.

31) From: Myron J
BB..
Now you know why G-d created Tea..
Myron Joshua
Kibbutz Kfar Etzion
90912
Israel
+972-(0)2-9935 178

32) From: Lynne Biziewski
Myron -
You read my thoughts exactly - problem is, most people don't know how to
make a decent cup of tea either (using good quality tea, heating the water
enought, brewing it long enough...)
I'd end up bringing BOTH my own coffee AND tea.
Lynne
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33) From: Lynne
Wouldn't that be fun!
Lynne
On Jan 12, 2007, at 11:09 PM, Eddie Dove wrote:
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Oh, you are making me SO hungry!! We just don't have any decent delis 
in the Boston area anymore. It's great that there so many different 
cultures here now - but I so miss the delis (and when I refer to a 
deli, to me, it only means a Jewish deli - my upbringing!) I enjoyed 
going to get great corned beef sandwiches with my Mom in an area in 
Revere, Ma - also Brookline. But the best are all gone. Sniff, sniff...
On the plus side, I've actually corned my own a few times. Got some 
great rye bread, and I was in heaven!
Lynne
On Jan 12, 2007, at 11:24 PM, Sandy Andina wrote:
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Oh, you are making me SO hungry!! We just don't have any decent delis
in the Boston area anymore. It's great that there so many different
cultures here now - but I so miss the delis (and when I refer to a
deli, to me, it only means a Jewish deli - my upbringing!) I enjoyed
going to get great corned beef sandwiches with my Mom in an area in
Revere, Ma - also Brookline. But the best are all gone. Sniff, sniff...
On the plus side, I've actually corned my own a few times. Got some
great rye bread, and I was in heaven!
Lynne
On Jan 12, 2007, at 11:24 PM, Sandy Andina wrote:
When I was growing up in Brooklyn, the Kosher dairy
cafeterias like Dubrow's and Ratner's used to serve "potato pirogen."
I guess there was sour cream in that dough, since there was no meat
served in those establishments (I can still summon up the taste of
their egg-noodle-and-cheese casseroles in my sensory memory).
On Jan 12, 2007, at 9:20 PM, Lynne Biziewski wrote:
Me too - but you know what's sad? With all my cooking (and I
do cook a lot), I have never made pierogis! I was going to have my mom
show me how she made them right before she passed away (she learned
from my grandmother - my father's mom), so that, I think, was one
reason I haven't attempted. Then the other is - no one else around
here would eat them, most likely.
My mother said the dough was just like ravioli dough. Oh, I miss
pierogies!! She used to make either potato, or meat. My Polish
relatives made sauerkraut ones, too, which, of course, as a child I
thought the flavor was too strong. Now I think a combo of the hamburg
& saurkraut would be good.
Tried a frozen type they sell here in the grocery stores, but it isn't
even close...
Lynne
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I've seen recipes for pierogies that call for sour cream in the dough.
Scot "and they're good" Murphy
I LOVE pierogies! They are one of my comfort foods. Though wikipedia
says the current crop of frozen ones adulterate the concept using
non-native ingredients. I love shredded Tillamook cheddar and bacon on
top. Sigh....
Take care,
Ann
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