Visit any farmers market and you’ll find people selling food directly to consumers.
Every vendor has their own specialty, and for Plymouth resident Natasha Obuhov, her big draw is the traditional pierogi, an Eastern European dumpling that draws rave reviews from customers.
“It’s awesome,” said Heidi Haataja, a pierogi-lover from Blaine. “They’re gonna be authentic. We buy them in the store and they’re not… you know, they’re good, but it’s not gonna be like a real homemade one.”
Yet before Natasha’s Pierogi make its way to the farmers market, she first has to make them in a New Hope kitchen.
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