Now about these dumplings from Poland. You can have your pierogi boiled or fried. Some are filled with meat, others are filled with potato and cheese, and still others are filled with sauerkraut and mushroom. Here at Time to Eat Diner, our pierogi are furthermore topped with luscious strands of caramelized onion. So delicious. In fact, many a customer has told us, "Just like at grandma's house!"
And if you go to grandma's house, or if you just like being a well-informed fan of good food, you can make use of a very popular Polish language word: Smacznego. It means enjoy your meal. Or bon appetit.
It's pronounced like this: smach-NAY-goh
Got it? Good. Now you're ready to look across the table and tell your loved ones that it's time to dig in. Polish style. ;)