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smiling ed Dec 21, 2012 02:08 PM

Of course we have kiska replied the girl in European Meat Specialties
a smoke house on Saticoy and Coldwater in N Hollywood. The day
before Richard a polish lad orginally from Buffalo was planning to fly
some in so we ordered a coupled of links and some Veyskaya Kielbasa to
take home. Driveing home on Victory a sign caught my eye PIROSHKI
HOUSE. Slamming on the brakes i ducked into the mini mall to check it
out. This is a Russian Polish tiny bakery that make Piroshki and Ponchik
a kind of deep fried donut filled with cream.( After a really nasty cholestrol
test just a few days before I had to go easy so I`ll just pass this on to
interested hounds to check out) 14053 Victory Blvd Van Nuys nr Woodman. What a great day!

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    Dogbite Williams May 9, 2013 12:23 AM

    Piroshki House is on the NE corner of Victory & Hazeltine.

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      pizzafreak Dec 31, 2012 11:07 AM

      You can also get Piroshki at an Armenian bakery, Marie's on Lankershim north of Victory.

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        granadafan Jan 4, 2013 11:38 PM

        Pizzafreak, can you give a little more details on Marie's? I couldn't find it. What's the cross street? Address?

        Thanks in advance.

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          pizzafreak Jan 5, 2013 06:54 AM

          I'll take a drive there this morning and get back to you later.

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            pizzafreak Jan 6, 2013 05:10 AM

            OOOPS! The name is MAGGIE'S PASTRY, and the address is 6530 Lankershim. This is one block north of Victory, on the East side of the street in a mall.

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              Servorg May 9, 2013 06:35 AM

              http://maggiespastry.com/

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          CLowe Dec 30, 2012 05:06 PM

          Cool find. I haven't had a piroshki since I went to Seattle years ago and ate at that tiny, busy shop by Pike Place. Thanks for sharing.

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