Heritage Bakery & Deli
In the News
Video: Ukrainian Christmas
CTV Morning Live (January 5, 2017)
"Kathy Batorowska from Heritage Bakery and Deli is in with cabbage roll and perogy making tips. The hosts will square off in friendly competition while we talk traditions and traditional foods."
Dream Jobs: Making it in Canada
Omni Channel (September 2015)
"Our pirogies are made from scratch, by hand, all on site. We make 10 different kinds. A variety of kinds for everyone's different taste. They are handmade from scratch; they are filling, they are wonderful, they are warm, they are very popular. They are the best pirogies in Calgary. What else is there to say? They are delicious."
Jason Lewis, Pyramid Productions
76 of the City's Best Summer Foods
Avenue Magazine (June 2015)
"The cabbage rolls at the Heritage Bakery are gigantic and bursting with filling..."
Avenue Magazine, Rolled Foods Category
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News Talk 770 Radio (March 20, 2015)
"Created on-site, hand-made, delicious food...and you just know that they're made with love."
Angela Kokott chatting with Käthe Lemon
25 Best Things to Eat in Calgary 2015
Avenue Calgary Magazine (March 3, 2015)
"Fruit Perogies from Heritage Bakery & Deli
...are bulging with either plums or blueberries"
By Julie Van Rosendaal
Killarney Glengarry Community Newsletter
Your Community Business of the Month! (February 2015)
Heritage Bakery and Deli we strive to make your visit a
you will share with your friends and soon become
one of ours."
Courtesy Victoria Baitson, Great News Publishing Ltd.
Videos: Breakfast Television, January 3, 2014, CITYTV
Making Homemade Garlic Sausage
(Heritage Ham Sausage, Kubassa, Keilbassa)
Making Cottage Cheese Crepes
(Nalysnyky, Nalesniki, Blintzes)
Making Hand-Pinched Perogies
(pyrohy, varenyky, perogi, pierogy,
perogy, pierógi, or pyrogy)
Making Cabbage Rolls
(Golab, Hulupki, pigs in a blanket,
Golabki, golumpkies, holubtsi, golubtsy)
Heritage Bakery & Deli Calgary Business Story
Yellow Pages Business Directory Feature (January 2015)
"Once you step inside Heritage Bakery & Deli, you'll immediately feel at home."
Courtesy of Yellow Pages
Killarney is hot and getting hotter...
Everyday Tourist (2013)
"Heritage Deli & Bakery is another example of the diversity of shops in the Killarney area.
All good urban villages have a signature deli and bakery."
Elsie Hui, Calgary Travel Foodie, Raves on Her Blog
Elsie Hui's Blog (Thursday, November 7th, 2013)
"I LOVED this place and I already think about going back to eat
their meat crepes or potato pancakes and their schnitzels! "
By Elsie Hui
Inside Look at How the Staff Prepares For the Day
Calgary Journal - Mount Royal University
"As early as 5 o'clock every morning, the staff arrives to peel potatoes
and craft up the filling for their famous perogies
- a process that sometimes takes them all day to finish."
By Mount Royal senior journalism student
Baba's Pinch Seals Quality of Perogies
the Edmonton Journal (November 14, 2012)
My sister makes a very distinctive perogy. I can tell by the frill
- she always closes them with exactly five pinches, says Kathy...
By Jan Hostyn, Edmonton Journal
Keeping It In The Family
Calgary Herald (Friday, January 14, 2011)
When her parents wanted to retire, Kathy Batorowska stepped into the breach,
assuming control of Heritage Bakery and Deli and its legion of loyal customers.
By John Gilchrist, Calgary Herald
CALGARY: Prorogued = perogies
AreUGonnaEatThat Blog (December 4, 2008)
I've never seen a room of journalists
work faster in tracking down some appropriate perogies.
I went to Heritage Bakery and Deli last Friday morning and bought some sausage to take to my parents' house for Christmas Eve. My father is Ukrainian (his father came from Ukraine) and my mom makes a lot of the food. Before moving to High River, my parents lived in a small Ukrainian village in Manitoba. They always bought their sausage from the local grocery store which had (and still has) the reputation of having the best sausage around. When I would go home to visit my parents, or when they would come visit me, we were always getting sausage to take to Calgary.
Since my parents moved to High River 3 years ago, my sausage connection was gone and I've been trying to find good sausage here in Calgary ever since. My search is over. Walking into that deli was like walking into my Baba's kitchen back in Manitoba. The sausage was still hot when they packaged it up for me. Of course, I had to try it as soon as I got home. It was, by far, the best sausage I ever had. I did not mention any of this to my parents, as I wanted to get their honest opinion. Well, they tried it and could not get enough of it. They both said it was even better then the sausage they used to buy in Manitoba. That's quite a compliment coming from my family! I am already planning my next purchase for Ukrainian Christmas.
1912 37th Street S.W. Calgary, Alberta