I make perogies among other things, but my perogies are kind of famous. At least they are amongst my group of friends. I started my own little perogy business a few years back ( Pin-Up Girl Perogies ) but wasn’t able to get it off the ground as I’d hoped.
The Food industry is difficult to break into. So here I am sharing my secret recipe, well not exactly, I am not sharing the exact dough I use, but a variation of it. Sorry, my dough is top secret. If I told you I would have to kill you.
I have a Ukrainian background, thus my broad shoulders. Shoulders strong enough to plough fields and roll out perogy dough. Strong Like Bull as one of my Great Uncle’s deemed a compliment when he met my fourteen-year-old self. Maybe not in Canada Bunny! Seriously his actual name is Bunny. And seriously “Strong Like Bull” is not a compliment to a young impressionable Canadian Teenager.
Enough about me and my crushed dreams, let’s talk about PEROGIES.
The recipe I am sharing with you today is an adaptation of one my Mom used to make when I was a kid. A memory I cherish.