Pierogi-Polish Dumplings

LOCATION: 100 mile foodie 24 Chesterfield road Somerville 3912

Pierogi is Poland’s national dish and the making of them is a beloved tradition passed down from generation to generation. They are a delicate dumpling that use unleavened dough and are stuffed with endless different savoury and sweet fillings. The two most well-known are potato, cottage cheese and onion and sauerkraut, mushroom and onion. Pierogi have been made in Poland since the 13th century, and they are especially prepared for holidays such as Christmas, Easter and weddings. Each holiday has its own designated Pierogi flavour and some are only made once a year for that specific holiday! This rich history and tradition of making and eating pierogi during so many joyous and celebrated moments in life is why you will still find Polish families today celebrating many holidays by happily slaving around the kitchen table for days making pierogi. They are the ultimate comfort food, satiating and hearty.

Join Joanna Bellos, photographer and Polish cook, in this delightful class where she will show you how to make the perfect dough from scratch. Two fillings will be provided and we will also make a sweet variety together, filling them with summer berries. There will also be an opportunity to style and photograph your Pierogi before we all join together in feasting on them!

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