Pierogi are stuffed dumplings traditionally filled with a flavorful potato mix, boiled up, and often crispyfried. Aimee plumps her homemade pierogi with sweet potatoes, then serves them up with a red cabbage apple salad...colorful yumful fall comfort food! If you're in a rush, follow Aimee's suggestion and use wonton wrappers, but the dough version is so much more crazydelish! Aimee has more helpful tips in her Veganpedia like what to stock in your vegan pantry, vegan dairy alternatives to look for and how to make pumpkin pie spice. We're definitely going to try her pumpkin chocolate chip cookies, right after we stuff our faces with pierogi. ;)
If you're pierogi-curious in Pittsburgh, check out Pierogi Night, a monthly pop-up featuring flavorful pierogi going head to head with rival favorites like falafel, chili dogs, tacos, banh mi, sushi, Korean BBQ, meatball hoagies, pad thai, lasagna, burgers, tamales and pizza and it's all vegan! Their permanent restaurant, "Apteka", is coming soon! :)
What would you pack in pierogi? Fried, yes or no? If you could open a pop-up restaurant, what radical location would you choose? Which fabulous dishes would you serve? :)
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October Declared Elephant Awareness Month in State of TennesseeCongratulations Tennessee and The Elephant Sanctuarians! :)
HOHENWALD — To recognize the achievements of The Elephant Sanctuary in Tennessee, October 2014 has been declared “Elephant Awareness Month” throughout Tennessee, Lewis County and Hohenwald. Gov. Bill Haslam, Lewis County Mayor Bill Webb and Hohenwald Mayor Johnny Clayton all signed official proclamations stating, “The Elephant Sanctuary in Tennessee continually sets goals to better the lives of all elephants worldwide.” Continued at http://columbiadailyherald.com/lifestyles/features/october-declared-elephant-awareness-month-state-tennessee