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Homemade Perogies

I don’t know about you, but growing up, I loved eating perogies. I would eat them all the time, taking them to school for lunches and the like. 600 more words



Let me tell you what a Bogie isn’t.

Wikipedia says A bogie in the UK, or a railroad truck, wheel truck, or simply  a truck in North America, is a structure underneath a train to which axles (and, hence, wheels) are attached through bearings. 939 more words


Perogy fundraiser hit hard by Winnipeg boil water advisory

WINNIPEG – The boil water advisory has left a Winnipeg church unable to run one of its key fundraisers this week.

“We need it, we need it badly,” said Helen Allan, who runs the perogy fundraiser for St. 234 more words


Fresh caught perogies from Haida Gwaii, get 'em while they're hot!

It’s fairly typical after a night of drinking and dancing downtown that everyone winds up at my place. I’m not sure if this originated from my house being the last stop on the night bus route, or the fact that drunk me loves hosting and has a tendency to be quite pushy. 763 more words


Cooking Adventures with Kaeri and Katrina

Hello readers,

I’m currently between books – I just finished All the President’s Men and am in the process of deciding what to read next. Therefore, I bring you a post about one of my very favourite things: perogies! 575 more words

Homemade Perogies - A Lost Art

Well a few days late, but HAPPY UKRAINIAN CHRISTMAS! The Perogie is to the Ukrainian’s as the Ravioli is to the Italian’s.  A lovely dumpling like dough filled with mashed cheesy potatoes, boiled and eaten a number of ways.  742 more words