{seattle} piroshky piroshky

July 18, 2015

Piroshky Piroshky is a quirky little Russian bakery located in the midst of Pike Place Market close to the first Starbucks location. This bakery opened in 1992 and has since then been bringing Piroshkies to the Pacific Northwest. Now the biggest question is: what is a piroshky? Well, according to their website, these traditional Eastern European treats 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 different, recipes are passed down from generation to generation. From babushka to children.” I thought that was a beauitful way to describe some delicious handmade treats. My sister and I tried two: a savory and a sweet. First we tried the Salmon Pate, which was shaped like a fish and filled with smoked salmon pate. Yum! Then we tried the Cinnamon Cardamon. While I liked the cinnamon portion of it, I guess I’m not a huge fan of the taste of cardamon. Either way, both were quite a yummy treat during our Seattle street adventures!

Read about more Seattle adventures here:
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A Russian Seattle photo adventure:

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One Response to “{seattle} piroshky piroshky”

  1. annalice said

    I think that salmon pate was one of my favorite things we ate in seattle! yum yum yum

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