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THANK YOU!Sobeys Canada has awarded us with the Favourite Innovative Manitoba Item of the Year with our Vegan Cheddar & Dill Perfect Pierogies. We are so thrilled that this new flavour is being so well received by our customers. Thank you!

Ludwick Catering Turns 50

We are so proud to share that our sister business, Ludwick Catering Ltd., has reached 50 years in business! This family run business out of Birds Hill is so iconic that even the Pope has dined on their delicious food. 

Congratulations to Carole Aitkenhead and the entire Aitkenhead family on this monumental achievement! Contact them for your next catered event or special meal on their website and follow them on Facebook and Instagram!

NEW STORE(S) ALERT!We’re in a TON of new stores! Check out the latest listing here:

  • Cantor’s Meats
  • Calabria Market & Wine Store
  • De Luca’s
  • East End Meats & Sausage
  • Fetch Local
  • Hoffmann’s Fine Foods
  • Metro Meats
  • Miller’s Meats Headmaster
  • Miller’s Super Valu Meats
  • Red River Co op Gimli Food Store
  • Red River Co op Stonewall Coop
  • Rockwood Motor Inn & Motel
  • Sherwood Groceries
  • Shoppers Drug Mart SDM2550
  • Vic’s Market
  • Winnipeg Old Country Sausage

To find the retail location selling Perfect Pierogies closest to you visit our website for Where to Buy.

Perfect Pierogies Cooked Perfectly on the BBQ


  • 1 Dozen Perfect Pierogies – (Classic Potato & Cheddar or Spicy Chili are great choices for this recipe)
  • 1 tbsp olive oil
  • 2-3 tsp melted butter, ghee or olive oil
  • Dry Rub of Choice (optional) – homemade or store bought

Cooking Time: 20 Minutes


  1. Add Perfect Pierogies to a large pot of boiling water added with 1 tbsp of olive oil (to keep them separated). Boil for 5-10 minutes, stiring often, until Pierogies float. Drain. (Now would be a great opportunity to caramelize some onions – yum!)
  2. In a large bowl, add 2-3 tsp of melted butter, ghee or olive oil then add cooked Pierogies. Toss until all are fully coated.
  3. Optional: Give the Pierogies a “dry rub” – and toss until all are coated again.
  4. Fire up the Q! Heat up the barbeque to 400 degrees – HOT!
  5. Grease the grill with oil or cooking spray (there are many different types of oils in spray form now).
  6. Place the cooked Pierogies DIRECTLY onto the grill and close the lid. Let cook for 2 minutes or until they get those “drool worthy” grill markings. Then flip and repeat.
  7. Remove from grill and serve warm.
  8. At this point the options are endless! Enjoy dry – as is or lightly coat with butter or bbq sauce or top with sour cream and onions (see caramelized idea in step 2).

We have many more delicious recipes on our website here.