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  • #296813

    mnoelleh
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    I think it is entirely fair. Yes, there are many cuisines represented here (which I appreciate to the fullest) and no, I don’t know how to quite explain it- but I 150% believe that it is just totally different in Cleve and the Burgh.

    drew wrote >>

    Jimbo Jones wrote >>
    I realize that this is a post about perogis in Columbus, but has anyone ever been to Sokolowski’s University Inn in Cleveland? Excellent. I wish Columbus had more unique, ethnic places like Cleveland does.

    I don’t think it’s fair to say that Columbus is wanting for ethnic eateries… I suppose you’re talking about Eastern European cuisine specifically, right? In that case, yeah – we don’t have much to offer here,
    Went to Sokolowski’s last month… not bad, but I can’t imagine getting that excited about it.

    #296814

    lifeontwowheels
    Participant

    But how many taco trucks can Cleveland boast?

    #296815

    drew
    Participant

    lifeontwowheels wrote >>
    But how many taco trucks can Cleveland boast?

    Here’s the best answer I can provide:

    http://stuartspivack.com/blog/2009/04/02/taco-trucks-in-columbus/

    #296816

    michaelcoyote
    Participant

    drew wrote >>

    I don’t think it’s fair to say that Columbus is wanting for ethnic eateries… I suppose you’re talking about Eastern European cuisine specifically, right? In that case, yeah – we don’t have much to offer here,
    Went to Sokolowski’s last month… not bad, but I can’t imagine getting that excited about it. Having had the privilege of sampling Roland’s pierogies, I’d take those over what Soko’s serves any day.

    OTOH, I don’t see a Kihachi or a even a Tensuke market setting up shop in Cleveland.. Different indeed..

    #296817

    lifeontwowheels
    Participant

    I think what we lack in ethnic establishments is made up by the uniqueness of our local eateries.

    #296818
    derm
    derm
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    Ok, this one thread has turned me from a longtime lurker to a member. This former North side Pittsburgher is making pierogis(the bacon ones) with carmelized leeks on sunday. Thanks for the kick in the pants.

    #296819
    Walker Evans
    Walker Evans
    Keymaster

    derm wrote >>
    Ok, this one thread has turned me from a longtime lurker to a member.

    Welcome! ;) It’s always the food discussion that brings new people out! :D

    #296820

    Roland
    Participant

    Manatee wrote >>
    Look, I am going to have to start fining people for every mention of pierogis, unless they brought enough to share with the class.
    Won’t someone please make pierogis for sale?
    Don’t make me do it myself— they won’t be as good as Roland’s.
    Picture me standing with a rolling pin. I am frowning, and smacking the rolling pin into one of my hands. Get cracking on the pierogis!
    :D

    What kind do you want? I’ve got a free day tomorrow. :)

    #296821
    Manatee
    Manatee
    Participant

    Roland wrote >>

    Manatee wrote >>
    Look, I am going to have to start fining people for every mention of pierogis, unless they brought enough to share with the class.
    Won’t someone please make pierogis for sale?
    Don’t make me do it myself— they won’t be as good as Roland’s.
    Picture me standing with a rolling pin. I am frowning, and smacking the rolling pin into one of my hands. Get cracking on the pierogis!
    :D

    What kind do you want? I’ve got a free day tomorrow. :)

    Now you’re talking! What’s the price on those so I can budget accordingly?

    I don’t need anything fancy. Just potato filling in dough, for me to fry with onions at my casa, and cram in to my pierogi-hole.

    Does this mean I have the honor of being the first customer? :D

    #296822

    patient_zero
    Participant

    Walker wrote >>

    derm wrote >>
    Ok, this one thread has turned me from a longtime lurker to a member.

    Welcome! ;) It’s always the food discussion that brings new people out! :D

    Oh yeah. Welcome! Besides more Eastern European eats, I wish we also had some Primanti Brothers love sandwiches here – fries and coleslaw IN the sandwich, not on the side.

    #296823

    Roland
    Participant

    Manatee wrote >>

    Roland wrote >>

    Manatee wrote >>
    Look, I am going to have to start fining people for every mention of pierogis, unless they brought enough to share with the class.
    Won’t someone please make pierogis for sale?
    Don’t make me do it myself— they won’t be as good as Roland’s.
    Picture me standing with a rolling pin. I am frowning, and smacking the rolling pin into one of my hands. Get cracking on the pierogis!
    :D

    What kind do you want? I’ve got a free day tomorrow. :)

    Now you’re talking! What’s the price on those so I can budget accordingly?
    I don’t need anything fancy. Just potato filling in dough, for me to fry with onions at my casa, and cram in to my pierogi-hole.
    Does this mean I have the honor of being the first customer? :D

    I guess it would! Check your PM.

    #296824
    Manatee
    Manatee
    Participant

    Yaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaay

    #296825

    the_gila
    Participant

    @ patient_zero – It’s not enough to be craving pierogis, you just HAD to go there with the Primanti Bros. pic! I’m a western PA girl, and anytime I’m even CLOSE to Pittsburgh, I’ll go out of my way for Primanti’s.

    #296826

    Stewz
    Participant

    the_gila wrote >>
    @ patient_zero – It’s not enough to be craving pierogis, you just HAD to go there with the Primanti Bros. pic! I’m a western PA girl, and anytime I’m even CLOSE to Pittsburgh, I’ll go out of my way for Primanti’s.

    Same here. I always stop at Primanti’s when I head back to the Burgh.
    By the way, I have made the filling from Roland’s Pierogi recipe and I thought my heart was going to stop…In a good way. Tonight I am hoping to make the dough and then quite possibly eating all of the pierogis in one sitting! :)

    #296827

    jennyw
    Participant

    Just saw that the Clintonville co-op has pierogis for sale in one of the cooler cases (made locally by Del’s). They’re vegan, so I’m not sure how authentic they’ll be, but they are intriguing …

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