Lately you’ve been feeling empty (uncooperative weather, pale stems, a sexless summer).
You’ve concluded that you’re riding the hein train and will never be happy again. Stuff it.
One Sister’s homemade pierogi will make your troubles disappear. Owner Iliana Regan crafts her mini wonders using organic ingredients and generations-old recipes from her Polish great-grandfather.
Regan fills her dough with whatever’s in season: potato, sweet potato, and Wisconsin cheddar; fava bean and Parmesan; short ribs and horseradish sour cream; sauerkraut and bacon.
Perfect for barbeques, dinner parties, or late-night snacks, the dumplings are farm fresh and taste so good you’ll forget that you’re eating alone on a Friday night.
Regan takes orders on Mondays and delivers Wednesdays and Fridays. There’s a dozen minimum — you can freeze the extras (like you’ll have any).
Down in the dumps never tasted so good.
Available by phone order (773-598-0602) or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org. One Sister will be at Greater Independence Park Farmers Market every second and fourth Sunday of the month.
Photo: Courtesy of One Sister