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addiegirl Dec 10, 2008 04:38 PM

I'm looking to bring a few dozen pierogies to a family Christmas dinner out of town. Does anyone have any recommendations for where to buy them? I've been to Pierogies Plus and liked it, but I'm willing to try a new place. I'd also be happy to buy them from a church, if anyone can fill me in on the logistics of that. Thanks!

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    Whigsboy Dec 11, 2008 05:53 AM

    I believe there are several churches where you can get pierogies. I know there is one in the Strip that has sales on Saturday mornings. It's on a side street off of Penn -- toward Smallman St., not Liberty -- around 21-23rd street. I've seen the sign advertising them the last few times I've been there. Was looking on the Neighbors in the Strip Web site to see if I could find the name, but failed.

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      addiegirl Dec 11, 2008 07:40 AM

      I think you mean St. Stanislaus - http://www.saintsinthestrip.org/

      Saturday mornings, you say? I may check that out next week. Thanks!

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        peggyshortsleeve Dec 11, 2008 12:50 PM

        did you see this in today's post-gazette? -

        "And to complement those cookies, stop at Holy Virgin Russian Orthodox Church, 214 Mansfield Blvd., Carnegie, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday for its ethnic food festival. Homemade halushki, pierogi, soups, and specialty kolbassi, including wine and cheese kolbassi, made by the men's club. Eat in, take out, frozen pierogies to go. 412-276-6234."

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      Davecli Dec 11, 2008 04:04 AM

      Here is a place called "Forgotten Taste" that I've heard some good things about and wanted to try. They are in the North Hills and Moon Township, near Moon high school. If you try them, please report back!
      http://forgottentaste.com/

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