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Blob dumplings are said to be one of the oldest classes of prepared cooked foods (another, their cousins, being the pancakes in various forms).

"Blob dumplings". I like that.

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Serving fine and fresh gratuitous comments since Oct 5 2001, 09:53 PM

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Pierogi, filled with potato and cheese, from St. Stephen's Church here in town. They make them for their annual St. Stephen's Festival (in only a couple of weeks!) and also for the Fridays during Lent.

Is there any culture that doesn't do some form of dumpling?

MelissaH

My favorite too (either my Mom's, mine or from a polish chuch where I grew up, but I never thought of them as a dumpling, more like a filled pasta. Dumplings are the fluffy dough balls you put in stews or the asian version like gyoza.

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