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I've received such great reviews of my Pierogis for the past several years, that I thought I would offer them to anyone that might want to order some as an opportunity to raise some money this Holiday Season.
I use my Mother's recipe and it's a traditional Polish one. We have these every year for Christmas Eve with my family and I know you'll enjoy them with your families, too!
Each dozen Pierogi will be $10.00 and any local delivery will include an additional $5.00 charge (only one charge per delivery, not per dozen). An invoice and heating instructions will be included with your order, and you may pay by cash at time of pick-up or delivery.
I'm offering three different fillings -
2) Potato and Farmers Cheese
3) Kapusta (Sour Kraut)
You may order them by the dozen and can choose to pick them up from my home, or for the small additional fee they can be delivered to you.
Thank you for your orders - and Happy Holidays!
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