The Pierogi, (plural – Pierogis) Pierogies are the Polish form of a handmade dumpling, made of unleavened dough, stuffed with different variations of fillings. They originate from Poland, sometime in the 13th century. Traditionally they were considered peasant food, eventually gaining popularity and spread throughout all social classes including nobles. Although Pierogies are still an important part of Polish culture and cuisine today, they are very popular in other European cultures.
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Potato dauphinoise is believed to originate from the Dauphiné region of France. Josh Eggleton's potato dauphinoise recipe is relatively straightforward but does involve leaving the dauphinoise to press overnight, so plan well ahead. You can serve dauphinoise with a range of meats, or just enjoy with a simple salad.