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July 04, 2014


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Frank @Memorie di Angelina

I'm a big fan of pierogi, which I grew up eating. You see, I have some Polish ancestry mixed in with the Italian. They can be a big ponderous and heavy in their traditional form, but these looks beautifully light and airy!

Simona Carini

I had no idea I would touch a chord of your heart when I started making my experiment, Frank. I didn't know about the Polish component of your ancestry. I have seen from recipes I have read how rich pierogi can be, but you know me, I go for lightness of being that does not sacrifice flavor. I am planning to write a follow-up post because I also liked the pan-fried version, which I tried with the very last batch.


mi piace il tuo stile minimalista e ancor di più mi piacerebbero i tuoi pierogi, facciamo prendere aria alle valige virtuali e chissà che non riesca a preparare quella reale, ciauzzzz


Scrumptious! This is a wonderful dish.



Simona Carini

Grazie Marta. La mia valigia reale ancora per un po' e' nell'armadio. Appena posso ti scrivo e ti aggiorno.

Thank you, Rosa.

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