Anyways, #98 on my 101 in 1001 list: "Learn how to make perogies"
My husband (being of ukrainian/polish descent) loves homemade perogies. We go, regularly, to a shop where they sell authentic kielbasa and homemade frozen perogies, amongst other things. Tired of spending $7 on like 15 perogies, I (of Chinese descent) vowed to learn how to make them for my husband.
I used this recipe, but instead of following the techniques for 'making' the perogies, I found this handy dandy tool that makes 18 perogies at a time.
I wanted to make the following types of perogies:
1. Cottage Cheese and Potato
3. Cheddar Cheese, Potato and Bacon
4. Dessert Perogies -- Apple, Blueberry
Unfortunately, I only got to the first 2. I think the problem to getting more out was that my rolling pin wasn't heavy enough. That's what I get for buying a $5 one.
I plan on making more, since I had made all the fillings and didn't get to use it all.
But I think they turned out well...