Piroshky Piroshky

Pastry pop-up shop coming to Boise

I have friends who have pre-ordered for a Piroshky Piroshky pop-up in Boise scheduled for Aug. 18th. I’ve never heard of a piroshky.

These pastries look good. Here’s how the website describes them.

The most simple answer is that they are hand held pies, and their fillings are as diverse and differing as the cultures and people who make and serve them. That is the beauty of Piroshky — everyone makes it a little differently, and recipes are passed down from generation to generation. From babushka to children.

Olga Sagan, owner of Piroshky Piroshky

There are sweet and savory versions. The bakery is based in the Seattle area, and known for serving the pies at the Pike Place Market.

Order ahead for pickup on the 18th at The Switchback Food Truck Park.

In the meantime, we have a local Russian eatery in Boise on State near 28th, Alyonka Russian Cuisine. They have a similar item on the menu called Chebureki.


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