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On the menu: Varenyky, holubtsi, kovbasa, borshch, babka and paska

Anastasia Kostyk, left, shows a few of the varenyky (pierogi) she is helping to bag with Domma Swidersky and Vira Dyakivrt, preparing for the St. Nicholas Ukrainian Catholic Church Easter Bazaar.
Photographer: Marc Schultz
Anastasia Kostyk, left, shows a few of the varenyky (pierogi) she is helping to bag with Domma Swidersky and Vira Dyakivrt, preparing for the St. Nicholas Ukrainian Catholic Church Easter Bazaar.
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Some of the words at Sunday’s celebration at St. Nicholas Ukrainian Catholic Church may be hard to pronounce. But they will be easy to eat. Varenyky, holubtsi, kovbasa, borshch, babka and paska all will be served during the church’s annual Easter Bazaar, which will take place Sunday from 11 a.m. until 4 p.m. Vira Dyakiv believes people will attend the bazaar for more than just stuffed dumplings, cabbage rolls, pork and lamb sausage, vegetable soup ...


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