— Pierogi, or boiled filled dumplings, were originally Polish peasant food.
But these savory dumplings eventually overcame class boundaries and became
popular among those in all walks of life. They're served at many festivals;
and family gatherings just have to have pierogi to be complete. At the 2007
Pierogi Festival in Kraków, 30,000 pierogi were consumed daily.
Pinjur — This is a traditional Macedonian dish, and it is found on tables everywhere in
Piragi — Piragi are traditional Latvian filled mini-buns, commonly served at special occasions
and holidays. They're wonderful as an hors d'oeuvre, or with soup; serve at room temperature, or warm from the oven.