Well known authentic pierogies in Pittsburgh, PA by Deaf owners, Jan and Terry Rawecki. Joel has the opportunity to visit their factory and taste their best pierogies.

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  • They sure are delicious! Great flavor options! A great fundraising project! Hope they will come to California again one day… Wishing them the best of luck!

  • HEllo…

    Iam shock that there Gosia’s Pierogies from Poland it is cool… Me too iam person deaf and in Poland… Iam proud of Marianne it is cool…

    Greeting :o)

  • I’m form Poland and So happy for you and your succeses. yes most people love Polish pierogi
    My Friend’s ask me cook for them too.
    I will be happy some time stop and visit your busines if you can shewre with me your Address!
    thank you very much.
    have gread Day’
    barbara

  • I watch video ur business Gosia s pieorgies I want to know where is at in Pitt s town I can come dow there Becuz My older daughter live in Pitt too so we can visit her sametime where is place at market also I love to eat pierogies pls pls u can give what is name of street near PNC or elsewhere Thank u
    T’care Scott Nonnemacher

  • I’m deaf and Polish and I do make those pierogies.It is wonderful to have deaf couples to start making pierogies in business.I wish I could drive down to buy some. Hope these’s shipping involve so can order.
    I’m impressed!!!

  • Big Hello

    Wow, you and your wife are big succesfully your own business. I am proud of you because I am your friend when you and I played basektball team long time ago. You made me hungry looking soooo good pierogies where I grow up in Poland. Can you mail to me some pieorgies packages with frozen??
    Barvo, graduluje sie zrobic pierogi dobrze tak duzo zarobic pieniwdzy dziekujemy …. Your best friend, Zdzislaw Grobelski

  • Terry and Jan are dear friends of mine. I m so proud of their huge success in their Goisa’s Pierogies business. I bought a dozen packages of different flavored Pierogies when Jan was in town. Oh they were so delicious!!!! I srrongly recommend u to try them. I wish them best luck in their business.

  • I never know, the couple Deaf make Gosia ‘s Pierogies in Pittsburgh, PA. I went to Pittsburgh since 1999 to visit with my mother in law and beloved husband, Andrew Griffith. I am glad that DeafNation published about this. Of course, I will pull my family to come to visit them and also try to taste their homemade food.

    It inspired me to seeing more and more Deaf people grow their own businesses.

    I can’t wait to tell my mother in law Carol and her husband, Tom to come to visit them in downtown Pittsburgh, PA.

    Dottie

  • Ohhhh WOW ! I never knew deaf own business for pierogies. OHH I love pierogies. Yes, My father came here in US from Poland. All of my family love pierogies. Yes, I would love to have address so we can stop by and help them business. Hope to get address. Thanks ! Ü

  • I was born in Poland. Now I live in B.C.Canada.
    I am very proud of you. Keep up your work till you are
    retired.
    Someday I will go to see you and taste your pierogies.
    Smile!!

  • Even though, I am not Polish but love to eat pierogies espeically sweet potato. You have my applaud for making Gosia’s Pierogies a successful business. However, there is one thing that disturb me the most is the healthy issue. They don’t wear sterile gloves or wearing clean aprons and caps when doing the pierogies at the factory. Do they pass the health inspection? I wonder… By the way, we do have one here in Roselle, New Jersey owned by deaf business doing the pierogies. If we are ever be in Pittsburgh, we shall stop by to eat your pierogies. Good luck on your great success…

  • Congratls to Jan and Terry! I am proud of both you and my cousin Marianna there I surprised wow…
    Thank you to Joel show video for the world ” Deaf Nation” Good luck for future SMACZNEGO PIEROGI! 🙂
    Kazio Chodak

  • Yes, right , I aready know other first friend CHESTER ‘S PARENT have own pierogies Factory in Roselle and My Hubby worked them not pittsburgh .. I loved taste strawberries lot of vavties pierogies at roselle .. THAT’S WHY ..

  • This is for Diane: I don’t think there is a real health issue if the gloves are missing. You would be surprised to know that most of the gloves worn my small and medium sized foodstalls and businesses don’t add to the hygiene at all…in fact, some of them are made from harmful, unsterilized plastics that only adds to making the food more unhealthy.

  • Hello Terry, This is don. I informed Jeff Heath and Leslie Karr about this. They did surprise Jan and Terry doing fine on their business. We can order some Pierogie on online? or call you? 🙂 Don

  • I love pierogies!!! I am very proud of you both for doing a great business.. I like to order and wonder if you have a website… Or Come to Dallas, Tx? Maybe you can sell at Deaf Club in Dallas, Tx.. or at some festivals here in Dallas? ;)) I enjoyed watching your video about pierogies~

    Cheers from Robin, Plano, Tx

  • I AGREED WITH ANUBHAV KAPOOR THAT INSPECTION HEALTH DEPT APPROVED THAT RUBBER GLOVES AND CAPS ARE NOT NECESSARY –WE WANT TO CONGRATULATE THAT SUCCESSFUL BUSINESS –PIEROGIES ARE DELICIOUS HOME COOKED FRESH POTATOES — NO WONDER PEOPLE LOVE TO INDULGE –MY HUSBAND IS POLISH

  • I m very proud that you made a very successful business. I am polish and italian. I was raised and made pierogies all of my life. I was so impressed that you have great equipment to make pierogies to make your lives easier and faster. I wonder if you go to market place every day or weekends?

  • I am Julian polish deaf, live en Madrid, Spain. I be like pierogi polski..Gratuluje sie nowy frima w USA, bravo…KUCIK.! Pozdrowiamy serdczenie z Madrytu. Julek

  • Thou, I am not polish, (I am Spanish) I love Pierogies!

    I was born hard of hearing, and it’s so nice to know about Gosia’s Pierogies businesses in PA by Deaf owners, Jan and Terry Rawecki.

    Do you sell your product in Washington DC and/or Maryland? Would love to buy your products.

    Happy Deaf Awareness Month!!!

  • Congrats! ur new pierogies facility w USA. My family(daughter-law) love the pierogies,on Xmas I made the pierogies.Its delicious.
    Pozdrawiamy serdeczne z Wausau,wis

  • I love polish food! I am part polilsh…my dad is full polish and his mom came america from Poland. My maiden name was Zebrowski. Great job in your business!

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  • My great grandma alway make homemade piergies . I did ask my mom if she have recipe but she lost it anyway . So I did ask my mom I just curious where is coming from pierogie , she was tell from her aunt was born in poland that how her aunt love to make homemade of pierogie. I would never forget and I love it that s my favorite pierogie and I miss my great grandmom used make this and alway watch her what she did make pierogie used put cheese mix with potatoes and onion mix with potatoes too . I would like have those information where is your place and order for that real homemade . thank u so much for your brillant idea business.

  • Fantastic and I”m so very proud of the owner and the staffs. Sometimes I buy the frozen package of piergies at the grocery store, it was ok. I would love to taste your homemade piergies one of the days when I visit there. I also surprised to see my girlfriend MaryBeth Chuto there. I’m so very proud again.

  • Great success for deaf business for Jan and his wife Terry. So we are proud of our Polish compatriot. Dumplings already in Poland for centuries and are different dumplings, can be fruits, vegetables, mushrooms and meat. Menu also very popular in Australia, is a Polish shop sells frozen dumplings, we always buy.
    Sorry for the memory of my mother and grandmother learned to me how to do, because I’ve never cooked dumplings, for me, it’s too much work, and besides I’m lazy. Wonderful machine for making dumplings. Congratulation!

    Wishes all the best for the astonishing business. We love you. Elzbieta & Edward z Australii

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