Friday, September 30, 2011


October is Polish American Heritage Month

Did you know that some of the first settlers of America were Poles? Its possibly true that Polish people were in Jamestown before the Pilgrims. The people over at Polish American Cultural Center think so.
Since America's inception, Polish-Americans have been making their mark on America in all aspects of our culture - entertainment, sports, culinary arts, politics, the military and business. Martha Stewart is teaching us how to cook and live a neat life style on TV, Bill Mazeroski was the hero of the Pirates 1960 World Series vicotry, and Christine Baranski has entertained me for years. Even Max Factor, one of the largest cosmetic companies in the world, was started in America by Maksymilian Faktorowicz!

Check out the exhaustive list of Polish-Americans from Wikipedia. Its amazing who you might find.

So, HOW are you going to celebrate your heritage? If you find yourself in Philadelphia or New York this weekend, maybe you should attend the Pulaski Parade on October 2. Maybe you should trace your lineage. Maybe you should just wear a funny t-shirt that says Pinch My Pierogi or daj mi buziaka. Whatever you do, have fun with it! As for us, we are celebrating with a store wide sale. 10 - 20% off just about everything in the store! Its not a celebration with out the authentic food. We ship everywhere in the United States. When was the last time you had a real, authentic, pierogi? October is the time to celebrate your heritage, so celebrate with us!

Sale dates are October 1, 2011 to October 31, 2011.
Orders must be placed my midnight on the 31st.
Place your order Online or by phone 724-337-7030

Wednesday, September 7, 2011


The Pierogi Truck is Coming!

We're doing it. We are building a food truck.
Look out Pittsburgh, here we come!
Pierogi for everyone!

Try to imagine the blue being red. White and red, just like the flag of Poland!

Check back for more photos of the progress. We are hoping to have this project done sometime this fall. If you are interested in our project or would like to have the new pierogi truck come to your event or business, please contact Lynne at 724-337-7030.