This year I had to make these without the use of the pasta machine, which is at the house. More difficult was making them without the kids, but I’m looking forward to sharing these with them tomorrow afternoon.
These are pierogis, which I gather are typically boiled and eaten on Christmas Eve. We only ever boiled them and then fried them with onions and kielbasa on Christmas Day. (Alas, Krakaus Market in Port Richmond apparently closed in August, so I had to make due w/ mass-market kielbasa).
All my adult life, all I’ve ever wanted is to recreate the scene from Breakfast at Tiffany’s, where 300 people are packed into a 250 square foot apartment, enjoying each other’s company and having a rollicking good time. (Minus Mickey Rooney’s “yellow face.”)
Tomorrow’s will be quite different, featuring far more solid food than appeared in the film. There are 2 pies in the oven, a duck on the way, and a season of MST3K on the TV.
So, nothing like the movie. You are invited - DM me for info.
@Ben fine, I’ll fix it myself
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