Cy started cooking earlier, while I was at my coaching session. When Dad and I got home Cy had made the potato/cheese filling, and the dough was resting underneath a bowl. When Sarah Connor had driven away from the Mexican gas station in her Jeep, Cy came up, chopped some onions, and threw them onto the stove to start caramelizing.
That was good. And I mean really good! The sauerkraut and sausage were excellent, and you could just taste the beer. The pirogi were some of the best we've had, though we're still figuring out the caramelized onions. We were first introduced to pirogi at the Ukrainian Church in our neighborhood. They sell pirogi and sausages every Saturday as a fund raiser. There is also a new food cart in our neighborhood called "okie-rogi." It's pretty good, and they've got some interesting fillings - jalapeño, loaded baked potato, "meat" and vegetarian options, too. Tonight we had some really great pirogi, thanks Cy.