I am old pierogi eater from way back. I have family and friends from the "old country" who still make them from scratch. When I found the Pierogi Palace, I had to get a dozen.
I am kind of a purist, so I stuck to the counter that had a choice of about 14 more traditional styles. Potato, kraut, cheese, onion ... those are the fillings I go for. I just asked her to give me a dozen of mixed flavors. Regular price is $1 each, but you 12 for $10. Good deal.
The counter around the corner had a lot of other, unusual fillings. I did get one of the reuben pierogies because it sounded good. Some of the other fillings didn't sound like things that should be in side a pierogi.
The Pierogi Princess (I assume she's a princess since it's the Pierogi Palace) is more than happy to give you any kind of assortment you like. She told me she is the pierogi maker and she was very helpful. Your purchase comes out of the freezer in a ziploc bag.
They were quite good, although we had two blowouts when we cooked them. Could have been operator (cook) error. I can't say that they were the most amazing pierogis I ever had, but they were certainly good. After you get done frying them in butter and onions, then add sour cream to the top, the pierogi kind of gets lost.
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