Pirogi to cook at home?
When I lived in NYC I used to be able to buy fresh pirogi that one could take home and boil, fry or both. Is there a market in the Twin Cities that might carry something similar?
I've seen them at Kiev Market in St. Paul, though I've never tried them. Unfortunately, I'm devoted to the sauerkraut version, which they haven't had either time I've been there.
Once school starts 2 of the churches in NE Mpls have Pierogi lunches on Fridays. St. Konstantine and one other? St. K serves there's boiled and I prefer to take them home to finish up in some butter in a skillet. I was very pleased.