Saturday, February 04, 2006

Best pierogi?

Due to the Superbowl, there are many bloggers writing about the Steelers & tailgate food. I am not really into football but have enjoyed reading about Pittsburgh eating pierogis (entries #1 & #2) on Slashfood! Although, I am convinced that pierogi are more popular in Cleveland than Pittsburgh---the AOL City Guide : Cleveland has a Best Pierogi category, Pittsburg's does not. Last year the city's best pierogi award went to the Pierogi Palace.

I'm not sure when the competors of this highly prized award were officially announced but...(drum roll) The 2006 nominees are:

Babushka's Kitchen
John Christie's Tavern
Linden Tavern
Moosehead Saloon
Pierogi Palace
Sokolowski's University Inn
Stan's Northfield Bakery
Tick Tock Tavern

This year I have decided to try all nominees, so that I can cast an honest vote for where I believe you can get the Best Pierogi in Cleveland. Anyone craving carbs?

2 comments:

lucette said...

I'll follow this pierogi tasting with interest. I've only had Sokolowski's and Pierogi Palace's.

Sourire11 said...

What a fun idea!!!! I’m personally partial to the Pierogi Palace b/c I can buy them frozen and eat them whenever but I can’t wait to hear your results. I didn’t even realize that tick tock tavern sold them!

Oh in answer to your question I really don’t know. I only used the Andean silk that one time so I’m not sure if it pills or not – I would guess that it’s pretty sturdy though! Sorry I can’t help more!

Also, I’m updating my sidebar and I want to include links to all of the blogs I’m reading. Do you mind if I link to you?