I was asked what perogies are and thought I would share with all of you.
Perogies are a Ukrainian, and Polish dish that many Germans make as well. They are something like Ravioli but instead of being stuffed with meat or chopped veggies have a center of mashed potatoes and cheese.
Most people grate old cheddar to mix and melt with the cheese. I cheat and buy a processed cheese spread because I like the taste much better.
They are boiled and then can be covered with a mixture of fried onions and melted butter. Or once cooked can be lightly fried or used in a casserole.
We like them boiled, slathered in melted butter and fried onions, salt and pepper. Then a large dollop of sour cream is placed on top.
This is comfort food to me and Harvey (though he prefers cottage cheese and potatoes in his perogies). It is something our mothers and grandmothers made when money was tight.
Here is a picture of them that I got from Bing.
I hope that answered everyone's questions.
Everybody have a wonderful evening.