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  • n. Alternative spelling of pierogi.


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  • I have seen a UFO landing pad, a giant perogy, a tomahawk, a pea plant, etc ...

    You know what this place could really use? A big rectangular va...

  • Home of the beautiful baldass prairie, Jasper, Banff, and Lake Louise, the mad cow, the giant perogy, the Calgary Stampede, the Senator-in-Waiting, and of course, the Lodgepoll Pine.

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  • Are you driving past the world's largest ball of twine (Darwin, Minn.) or a giant monument to the perogy (Glendon, Alta.)

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  • Let's call it Michael Ignatieff's Etobicoke, and on it I will skeet shoot pigeons, go door to door in the Polish neighbourhood asking for good perogy recipes and bravely drive along the QEW in a snowstorm.

    The Globe and Mail - Home RSS feed

  • A perogy burrito is called a "perrito", apparently.

    Redskins Insider Podcast -- The Washington Post

  • We then went through rice cakes (northern Saskatchewan), salami (the Pajunen family farm), perogy (Audrey Weir's house) and sauerkraut (every single woman living within a 40-mile radius). - Home Page

  • * The phrase Coalition if necessary, but not necessarily coalition has come to make more sense during the weeks since perogy madness.

    Ontario Blogs Feed

  • Glendon, Alberta, also has a rather awesome perogy claim to fame.


  • Marty, I would respond to your "Grammar Nazi" comment about bastardizing Polish but I have to go make Madeline some perogy for lunch.

    Mazurland Blog

  • 2000-03-12 - My perogy is bigger than your perogy.

    meli Diary Entry


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