These pierogi are handmade locally in Chicopee Falls and sold fresh in local supermarkets. You can also order them online. I melt some butter, crumble in some dried mushrooms (morel is the flavor of the day), and sprinkle in some dried onion flakes. I fry the pierogi on both sides until they get crispy and dappled with brown, then gently spread a little grated cheddar over them. mi).llie's pierogi comes in five flavors, pot cheese, potato and pot cheese, cabbage, and prune. They also claim to make a potato and pot cheese and kielbasa, but I've never seen a package. Maybe the folks in Chicopee Falls buy them out before they get north to us. You can read more about these in our last book, Pot on the Fire.