We're salivating over these paczki from Sister Pie

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It's SUPPOSED to make you fat.
  • It's SUPPOSED to make you fat.
We've mentioned Sister Pie before. You know, just a time or two. Suffice it to say, we're fans of the place. So, when we get an email detailing the delicious delicacies they'll be making for Fat Tuesday, it's hard to keep from drooling.

This year, Lisa Ludwinski and her pie-making minions will be cooking up three unique varieties, two sweet and one savory, and these limited edition confections will only be available on a first-come-first-served basis.
Hello there. You're looking so deliciously.
  • Hello there. You're looking so deliciously.
The shop will open at 7 a.m. on Feb. 9, when the dark chocolate tahini rye, poppy lemon rose, and "pieraczki" (a pierogi-paczki hybrid) will be available for $4 a pop or $36 a dozen. There will be a limit of a dozen per person or six individual paczek per person and they will not be taking pre-orders.



Sister Pie is located at 8066 Kercheval St., Detroit in West Village on the east side of Detroit. 

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