Dearborn Sausage Partners with Srodek's



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DEARBORN, MI – Dearborn Sausage Co. has formed a partnership with Srodek’s Pierogi of Hamtramck to provide its customers with fresh pierogi made in the Old World Style by 3rd generation pierogi makers under the Dearborn Label.

The pierogi are available in a variety of flavors, including potato cheddar, farmers cheese, potato, kraut, mushroom, potato and onion, potato and American cheese; potato, American cheese, and jalapeno, potato garlic and chives, potato and kraut, fruit and mushroom, sugar free farmers cheese, farmers cheese and chives, apple, cherry, strawberry, blueberry, and plum.

“The Lenten season is here and many Churches will be hosting Shrove Tuesday dinners the day before Ash Wednesday,” says Keith Woloszyk, Manager of the Roseville Dearborn Sausage Co. store. “The fruit pierogi along with our breakfast sausages would compliment any pancake meal. And throughout Lent, pierogi are a great meal for those that observe meatless Fridays.”

“We’re glad to be working with Dearborn and our fresh pierogi adds a little Polish flair to their other offerings,” says Rodney Srodek, 3rd Generation Owner of Srodek’s. “They come fully cooked and can be put right in the frying pan with a little butter and onions, or if you can’t wait, you can eat them right out of the package. We’re looking forward to a long relationship with Dearborn.”

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