Many people ask us how to serve pierogi -- for either a small dinner party or for a major event. There are countless options, it all depends if you are serving a pierogi appetizer, a pierogi side dish, or making pierogi your main meal. But, if you had to just pick one pierogi recipe that works for almost any occassion, we decided to pick the following as a simple, no fail pierogi dish.
Feast on our Pierogi at the Polish Heritage Festival in Belmont, CA! Check out the first annual Polish Festival taking place at the beautiful Twin Pines Park in Belmont, CA. The event is featuring a lively New Orleans jazz band from Poznan, Poland called The Dixie Company, colorful and dynamic performances by the Polish Folk Dance Ensemble "Lowiczanie", and delicious home made Polish food and drink including our organic Polish Pierogi. Don't miss out!
Since eating pierogi is such a tradition during the Christmas holidays, find a few ways to serve pierogi at any dinner party or event. Or, you may decide to do a traditional Polish Christmas with the full Wigilia Feast. Here, no meat is served as a way to remember that one must always give something up in the goal of gaining. Check out a sample Polish Wigilia meal with recipes too!
Buy Pierogi Online! If you haven't heard, we are finally able to give our customers a chance to savor our award-winning, organic pierogi by allowing anyone in the continental United States to buy our pierogi online, including Hawaii and Alaska!
Are all pierogies the same? It turns out there is a huge difference between the Pierogi made in Poland and what you can find here in the States. It is even more difficult to find healthy, home-style Polish Pierogi, especially on the West Coast! As most of you know who have made your own Pierogi at home, making these delicate Polish dumplings is an incredible amount of work.
Due to American's growing interest in Polish cuisine, Gourmet News, a business newspaper for the gourmet industry, interviewed Tomasz Piszczek, the founder of Polska Foods, and wrote an interesting article about how and why Polish food is transforming in America and abroad, and why people want to buy pierogi with a new twist.