I recently wrote an article about the 17 best restaurants and delis that offer Polish cuisine here in Connecticut. I guess you can say that I've had Pierogi brain, or maybe the Kielbasa fever. I stopped into my local grocery store, LaBonne's Market, at 639 Straits Turnpike in Watertown the other night, and I saw a bright red package in the freezer section that was calling my name.
It was a package of Potato & Cheddar Pierogi, and they were made by Krupa Bros Pierogi Co., in Oakville, and LaBonne's was having a flash sale on them. I purchased a dozen. I brought them home, pan-fried them in some butter and onions, and my God, they were some of the best I've ever had.
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