Register by FRI Apr 23
Every culture has their comfort-food dumplings, and warm, hearty Polish pierogies are right up there with the best of them. In this fun, hands-on workshop, Maria Rozynska leads you through the process of kneading & rolling, filling & shaping, and boiling & frying homemade pierogies from scratch.
You’ll learn an easy-to-make pierogi dough along with 3 traditional Polish fillings: classic potato & farmers cheese, savoury mushroom & sauerkraut, as well as a sweet prune filling for delicious dessert pierogies! The class includes background on Polish cuisine, and even a traditional folk song or two!
As a bonus, you’ll also get a recipe for the classic garnish of caramelized onions, tips on how to make perfect pierogi dough, 3 ways to seal your pierogi, what not to do when boiling your pierogi, suggestions for side dishes and how to present it all beautifully on a plate.
SUN Apr 25 | 4-5:30pm
$45 +HST per person/device
TICKETS CAN BE PURCHASED BELOW
up to 48hr prior to the class
A full list of ingredients and equipment will be sent to you upon registration.
A self-taught cook, Maria Rozynska grew up in a Polish household observing her mother, grandmother and great grandmother knead, roll, shape, mallet and whisk consistently yummy Polish cuisine picking up generations of knowledge. They were recipes traditions worth talking about and ones Maria wanted to spread. What started as a passion turned into a business. Through her cooking school Just Be Cooking, Maria now teaches others how to make their own traditional Polish food while singing songs from the Polish Highlands in order to keep alive her families recipes and traditions. A communal meal follows each of her workshops where guests can eat their creations while songs are sung and stories shared.
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