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n. pl. pierogi or pie·ro·gis or pie·ro·gies
A semicircular dumpling with any of various fillings, such as finely chopped meat or vegetables, that is often sautéed after being boiled.

[Polish, pl. of pieróg, pie, Russian pirog, from Old Russian pirogŭ, from pirŭ, feast, from Proto-Slavic *pirŭ; see pō(i)- in Indo-European roots.]
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From Stefanie Powers' recipe for Pierogie, to Burt Reynolds' Beef Stew, to Dennis Weaver's Cheese Nut Loaf, the culinary delicacies span a wide variety of palates.
now offers a new pierogie that meets government child nutrition law guidelines, along with a full line of precooked, frozen Pierogies, Mini-Pierogies and Lightly Breaded Mini-Pierogies.
Across from the meat department a large coffin case is well stocked with pierogies from Nowinski's and the Rochester-produced The Pierogie Guy brand, which retail for $9.
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com), local restaurateur Mark Fischer serves up satisfying dishes like trout with almond romesco and truffle potato pierogies in a warm, modern setting.
org) where they publish tasty ideas for all of their products, including pancakes, granola, and even pierogies with the banana flour.
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Over 400 guests enjoyed meeting friends and colleagues, while sampling popular Cleveland foods such as pierogies, walleye and bratwurst.
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