Definitions

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  • n. Plural form of pirogi.

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Examples

  • Come on, let's -- bring me back some pirogies, and then we'll talk.

    CNN Transcript Apr 6, 2009

  • Thanks Hoosier and if we are talking about bike racing, pirogies or kielbasa you are the man.

    In which I say who won last night's debate and almost abandon my cruel neutrality pose.

  • But my father did feed us Slavis food like pirogies and kebasi and pyzansky on Easter so to deny the culture wholly would be dishonest and untrue.

    OPTIONAL ETHNIC IDENTITIES » Sociological Images

  • Kielbasa will now be known as "Freedom Sausage" and pirogies will now be called "Freedom Dumplings."

    11/24/2007

  • Jewish-style restaurants are serving up platters of pirogies, klezmer bands are playing plaintive oriental melodies, derelict synagogues are gradually being restored.

    Archive 2007-07-01

  • The last time I had a variety of mushrooms like this I made mushroom pirogies and they were so tasty that I had to make them again.

    Archive 2006-08-01

  • Usually we dry the slippery jacks for use in stews or pirogies later on.

    At My Table

  • The turkey burger, the fish and chips, the steak and pirogies, the core items that have done well and have a good story.

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  • St. Anselm first opened in 2010 as a highbrow-lowbrow bar-food mecca, known primarily for foie-gras pirogies and a deep-fried hot-dog sandwich called the Newark Double.

    NYT > Home Page

  • When it's too hot for pirogies, this lighter side of the Soviet summer can make a surprisingly welcome meal.

    NPR Topics: News

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