Every culture has them – dough stuffed with meat, cheese or veggies. You can call them dumplings, ravioli, empanadas, gyoza or a host of other names, but it’s still dough filled with yumminess after it’s fried, steamed, baked or boiled.
There’s a fairly new food truck in town called Old Traditional Polish Cuisine that serves pierogies. During our First Look, we tried their kielbasa and potato & cheese pierogies, but they didn’t have any meat pierogies available that day.
You can get 7 pierogies for $8 or 9 for $10. This time we went for the pierogi combo, which was the large with a mix of meat and potato & cheese pierogies for $10.