This week’s “Only In” comes from Agness Walewinder, half of the blogging duo at eTramping.com. She is an adventurous Polish girl, who has been traveling the world with her best friend Cez since 2011, all while trying to stick to a budget of $25 dollars a day!
It goes to show traveling can be cheap!
“Only in Poland… can you taste delicious Pierogi!
Pierogi is one of the most delicious traditional Polish dishes. They are made of thinly rolled-out dough and can be stuffed either with meat, vegetables, mushrooms or cabbage. They are then topped with fried onion, oil or seasonal fruits and whipped cream or yogurt. Homemade pierogis are served only in Poland and are available in all traditional local restaurants and bars.”
Agness also informed me that an order of pierogi usually costs 8 Polish Zloty, or about $2.50/ 2€. Cheap! They can be savory or sweet. If you happen to be in Poland, be sure to try her favorite kind: strawberry pierogi with whipped cream and lots of sugar on top.
Recently, Agness left her travels in South East Asia to visit home and explore more of Europe. She re-visited Poland’s capital, Warsaw, and wrote a great post on how to visit on only $21.
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Have you been to Poland? Have you had pierogi?