At noon most Wednesdays from September to May, St. Anthony's Ukrainian Catholic Church in Spring Hill brings out the baked goods for its eager customers.
The bake sale features traditionally made breads and cookies, but the big seller is the pierogi. Handmade each morning before the sale in the old world style, the pierogi is a dumpling often compared to an Italian ravioli. Alyce Clark, who coordinates the bake sale, said that while the pierogi made at the church are usually filled either with prune, kraut, cream/farmer's cheese or cheddar, "You can fill them with anything and still call it 'pierogi.' "
Wednesday was this year's third sale, and Clark said that business has been good.
"The first week we pretty much sold out," she said.