Tomorrow is Good Friday, a day our family does honor. We happen to live in a very catholic town, with the church bells ringing every 15 minutes between 6:00 a.m. and 10 p.m. (which I love!). Everything is closed as it is a Christian holiday observed here in Bavaria.
Growing up, we always had the family over in the evening for pierogi’s and potato pancakes, being a meatless day. If this polish dish sounds familiar, I did write about these pierogi’s around Christmas. If you would like to read about this unique dish, you can find that post and the recipe by clicking here.
I know there are many different fillings for them nowadays, but I stick to making them with the dry cottage cheese, just as my Grandpa did.
So tomorrow, keeping with a tradition from my childhood, I will be making delicious polish pierogi. Making traditional foods from scratch and of course eating them is one of the things I truly enjoy. It has been fun integrating my husbands Bavarian traditions and mine to create our family tradition.
I will see you next week with details on an upcoming cooking challenge I am excited to be participating in and…
and the results about my closet & clothing goals. Did I succeed in creating a successful wardrobe that fits in one suitcase?
Lastly, I wish you and your families a joyous and blessed Easter to all who celebrate. Enjoy a wonderful weekend!
“Easter is meant to be a symbol of hope, renewal and new life.” – Janine de Giovannicatholi