Homemade Pierogies (Potato and Cheese)

Homemade Pierogies (Potato and Cheese)
These homemade pierogies are made with a potato and cheese filling and dough that’s a dream to work with. Saute in butter and serve with caramelized onions!
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Homemade Pierogies (Potato and Cheese)

These homemade pierogies are made with a potato and cheese filling and dough that's a dream to work with. Saute in butter and serve with caramelized onions!

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Paska Easter Bread

Paska Easter Bread
Traditional Paska Bread makes a sweet and delightful addition to your Easter table. This easy-to-make sweet bread uses pantry staple ingredients to make a soft and tender loaf of bread. Studded with golden raisins and a braided top, …

A square photo of a loaf of paska bread on a parchment paper with a slice in the front right.

Paska Easter Bread

Traditional Paska Bread makes a sweet and delightful addition to your Easter table. This easy-to-make sweet bread uses pantry staple ingredients to make a soft and tender loaf of bread. Studded with golden raisins and a braided top, this delicious bread is the perfect addition to your Easter celebrations. 

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The Healing Powers of Antoni’s ‘Polish Hangover Soup’

Good food is worth a thousand words—sometimes more. In My Family Recipe, a writer shares the story of a single dish that’s meaningful to them and their loved ones. This week, an excerpt from Emmy Award–winning chef and television personality Antoni Por…

Good food is worth a thousand words—sometimes more. In My Family Recipe, a writer shares the story of a single dish that's meaningful to them and their loved ones. This week, an excerpt from Emmy Award–winning chef and television personality Antoni Porowski's new cookbook, Antoni in the Kitchen—including his recipe for zurek, a comforting Polish soup his mother made for him growing up.

"The healing quality of this tangy, fortifying soup comes, ostensibly, from a fermented sour rye soup starter called zakwas," Porowski writes. "Though you can buy it at Polish markets, it takes just a few minutes to mix it up yourself. Just build in a few days to your soup-making plan for the fermentation to take place. The hearty combination of root vegetables, kielbasa, pickles, sour cream, and hard-boiled eggs makes this soup a meal."

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