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  • Post published:June 7, 2013

I’ve found my Grandmothers and they are all working here.  OK, I kid I kid, only one of them is…Whichever one made the pierogi that I had is my Grandma and I love her cooking. 

After hearing about this mecca from a friend and then reading some reviews. I had to try these pierogi.  So one rainy Saturday afternoon, I loaded my baby in the car and headed out in search of pierogi divinity.  Didn’t bring the rest of the family because I wasn’t sure I wanted to share these bad boys. 

After an hour drive, we arrived at the church, the smell of pierogi in the air, I unloaded the kid and sprinted for the entrance.  I ordered 

12 Sauerkraut 
12 Cheese
10 Kolacky Cookies 

Needless to say, most of this was gone by the time I made it home; I had wolfed down 12 Sauerkraut, 6 Cheese and 5 cookies and by the time my husband made it home from his day out, the rest were gone too. 

So since my husband never saw any of the goods and now thinks this place is a myth, I have to take him back on my next trip. 

Thanks Grandma!!

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St. Andrew Ukrainian Kitchen

300 East Army Trail Road, Bloomingdale, IL 60108

(630) 893-2827