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Old 09-11-2016, 09:49 AM   #31
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Thanks for the report, medtran. Sounds like this is a recipe meant for using up leftovers Did you like the result?
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Old 09-13-2016, 04:14 AM   #32
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I have used the following to make raviolis. One of the women in the building who is Polish wanted to make perogi. She had seen and tasted my ravioli and wanted to know how I shaped them. I showed her this set.

Weston® 5-Piece Ravioli Maker Kit - BedBathandBeyond.com

The bottom cuts out a perfect circle and the top gives a lovely looking tight seal. She borrowed my big one and one of the smaller ones.
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GG, They were good. Were they worth all the work? Iffy, but certainly never all in 1 day again.

Addie, I had one of those sets. It got tossed. I never found them to work very well on the sealing.
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GG, They were good. Were they worth all the work? Iffy, but certainly never all in 1 day again.

Addie, I had one of those sets. It got tossed. I never found them to work very well on the sealing.
And it was just the opposite for me. Hmmm....
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Pierogi Dough Recipe About that time of the year to harvest my potatoes. Curious if anyone makes pierogi, and has a recipe to share. I made some last year that were good, not great. Lost the recipe so Im looking for something new this year. Larry 3 stars 1 reviews
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