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What is a piroshky?
Traditionally served in towns and markets throughout Eastern Europe, the simplest answer is that they are handheld 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.
Piroshky Piroshky was founded in 1992 at Seattle’s famous Pike Place Market by the Kotelnikov family with just $1,200 to invest in the bakery. With the help of donations from friends and strangers, many of whom were immigrants of Russian descent, and a very basic business plan the bakery officially opened its doors on October 24, 1992. Now owned by Olga Sagan, this family business is nationally renowned for its long lines out the door as guests eagerly anticipate savory and sweet Russian pastries, fresh from the oven. Beloved celebrity chef Anthony Bourdain even featured the bakery on his show “No Reservations.”
The iconic Seattle-based bakery now boasts three brick-and-mortar locations and a food truck throughout the Seattle area. All piroshkies are hand formed and made from scratch in Seattle, for a great marriage of Russian heritage and local Seattle flavors.