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  • n. Plural form of pirogi.


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  • So what, you ate pirogis with your collar turned up?


  • Food was much cold collation (prosciutto, raw fish in oil, potato pancakes, pirogis, green salad, rice pilaf with lamb, etc.) served buffet-style, including an insanely good eggplant salad (er, aubergine salad) that I wound up having four helpings of altogether.

    Kenneth Hite's Journal

  • In a world of pirogis, sausages, ashtrays overflowing with cigarette butts, crying babies and no end to procreation and prayer, it's difficult to swallow the comic premise that there is no problem in life so serious it can't be solved by a belt on the jaw and another jar of pickles.

    Banderas' Zorro-in-Training Sweats, Swashes

  • "Ah-but if you once smell bigos and pirogis, once you hav taste of nalesniki, you will not resist further."

    Briar Rose

  • If you are looking for a cheap, authentic meal, order the pirogis.

    Europe String

  • “Jewish style” restaurants are serving up platters of pirogis, klezmer bands are playing plaintive Oriental melodies, derelict synagogues are gradually being restored.

    Light Unto The Nations? | Jewschool

  • In recent months, he’s politely requested some repeat meals, from those feta and couscous stuffed peppers, that acorn squash with chile-lime vinaigrette and wild mushroom pirogis, and been denied each time.

    barley, corn and haricot vert salad | smitten kitchen

  • Have recently tried the chilli (it’s cold in my part of the world so it was perfect) and my 2 oldest kids made the pirogis for dinner one night with only a little help (they’re 8 and 5).

    smitten kitchen two point oh yeah! | smitten kitchen


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